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Opening times Museum and shop:

Opened from 1st April till 1st November

Opened daily from Tuesday till Sunday (and Public Holidays) from 10.00 a.m. till 4 p.m.


Guided tours by arrangement.


Ticket price: € 8.-

Discounted ticket price: € 6.-

Cellar, vinotheque and wine tavern

Nowadays, there is a lot to discover in Liechtenstein Stately Home in Wilfersdorf:  The vinotheque and the main entrance to the Schlossheurigen (a wine tavern) are located in the cellar​ as well as the old vaulted cellar with a well. All of this is open to the public and can be explored on one’s own initiative during opening hours. If you are interested, our reception staff will be happy to guide you through the vinotheque and the variety of wines from our local winemakers. The weekend wine tavern is open during the summer season - here the region's winegrowers take turns in pampering you with their delicacies; For further details please take note of the Heurigen calendar.


Ground floor: Main entrance and Ballroom

On the ground floor you will find the private offices of the Liechtenstein estate administration as well as the ballroom, which can be rented for events such as weddings and is also used for current exhibitions and vernissages. The temporary exhibitions in the ballroom can be visited free of charge during opening hours - unless a private event is taking place (in this case we will gladly welcome you another time).  

First floor: Main exhibition

The first floor of Liechtenstein Schloss Wilfersdorf houses the large curated Liechtenstein exhibition  and visitors can gain an insight into the construction of the stately home: exposed girder beams and partly exposed walls testify to the building’s state before its renovation in 2002. You can get tickets during the opening hours at the ticket counter in the main entrance and online. Hearonymus audio guides are available, audible via a Smartphone-app, in German, English and Czech. Guided tours can also be booked upon request.

In the outbuildings to the left of the castle there is a book box that invites you to swap, as well as the local history collection with exhibits and finds from bygone times. The local history collection can also be viewed with the day ticket for the Liechtenstein exhibition.  

In front of the castle - in the former moat - children can can enjoy the swings and slide in the playground.

Information on current exhibitions and events can be found here .  


The parking lot is to the left of the stately home and offers space for day visitors as well as four parking spaces for mobile homes. There is a toilet and washing facilities in the side wing.  

Information on accessibility


In the buildings to the left of the castle there is a book box that invites you to swap books, as well as the local history collection with exhibits and finds from bygone times. The local history collection can also be viewed with the day pass for the Liechtenstein exhibition.  


The wine tavern and the vinotheque in the cellar are handicapped accessible.

The local history museum in the side wing of the castle is partially accessible.

For monument protection reasons, there is currently no barrier-free access to the Liechtenstein Museum on the 1st floor (access via spiral staircase).

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