Palaces and Forts
Gardens and Parks
History and Culture
Enjoy the view to tricky fountains with Hellbrunn Palace at the backdrop. This majestic view is worth capturing, even in winters.
When to visit:
january - december
9:00 - 17:30 Everyday
Hellbrunn Palace was built as a sanctum for pleasure and distraction for Markus Sittikus, prince-archbishop of Salzburg at that time. Hellbrunn Mountain is a naturally abundant source of water, which became a central design feature of the palace grounds. Containing many tricky fountains with varied hydraulic attractions, this place is popular among tourists.
Hellbrunn is worth a visit in winters too. Near Christmas, the palace courtyard and the old driveway are transformed into a festive Advent market.
Guided tour of the trick fountains, palace with audio guide, folklore museum
Groups (20 persons or more, p.p.): €10.50
Students ( 19-26 years): €8.00
Children, pupils ( 4–18 years): €5.50
Family ticket (2 adults + 1 child): €26.50
Each additional child: €2.50
How to Reach
- Line 25 from main train station to Hellbrunn (via city centre)
- Salzach Cruise on the Amadeus to Hellbrunn / www.salzburgschifffahrt.at