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Liechtenstein Garden Palace – Events and Masterpieces of Art History » Leadersnet

| Gerhard Kreispel

| 12/13/2023

The impressively restored palace is available as an innovative event location.

Firmly rooted in Vienna’s more than 300-year history, the Garden Palace of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein impresses with its stunning interplay of nature, architecture and masterpieces of art history.

The Liechtenstein Garden Palace was completely renovated between 2000 and 2004, and continues to impress in its excellent state of renovation. Together with the extensive garden and selected masterpieces from the private art collection of the Prince of Liechtenstein housed in the palace, there is a wonderful symbiosis of architecture, nature and masterpieces of art history.

Historic mansion with unique furnishings
The Liechtenstein Garden Palace in Rossau was built around 1700 during the reign of Prince Johann Adam Andreas I of Liechtenstein. The best artists from Italy were to be recruited to design the interior of the palace and thus create a work of antique Italian art on the grounds of Vienna. Anyone who enters the Garden Palace today will experience stucco decorations that are still preserved in an incomparable perfection. It comes from the famous plasterer Santino Bossi. The sculptures were made by sculptor Giovanni Giuliani. The frescoes were created by Johann Michael Rottmayer and Andrea Pozzo.

Hercules Hall at Garden Palace Liechtenstein © Palais Liechtenstein/Sebastian Burziwal

Exclusive events and booked tours
The unique Baroque rooms and the sumptuous garden can be reserved as a wonderful venue for events: cocktail parties, dinner parties, weddings, film shoots or conferences and seminars are held here. In the exclusively rented palace – there are no parallel events – there are the ground floor Sala Terrena, the three former ladies’ apartments and the Hercules Hall on the first floor. The impressive Princely Library can also be accessed during events.

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Liechtenstein Garden PalaceLibrary in the Liechtenstein Garden Palace © Palais Liechtenstein / Sebastian Burziwal

Highlights of art history
Another advantage: guided tours of the Prince of Liechtenstein’s private art collection are also possible during booked events. The collection at the Garden Palace includes masterpieces from the Early Renaissance to the High Baroque. Highlights from works by Peter Paul Rubens, Rembrandt, Antonis van Dyck, and Raphael are on display, as well as the Badminton Cabinet, the most valuable piece of furniture in the world.

Liechtenstein Garden Palace
Fürstingasse 1, 1090 Vienna
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