Guided Tours at Palais Epstein
The reception hall with its richly adorned ceiling, the smoking room, the ladies’ boudoir – the sumptuously appointed rooms of the bel etage conjure up the past of the banker’s family. A small exhibition contains heart-rending finds from the time of the Second World War and the occupation years discovered when the building was restored.
Public Guided Tours
Join a guided tour to get to know Palais Epstein.
|Saturday||10:30 a.m.||1:30 p.m.|
Private tours for groups of 10 people and more on request.
Languages: German and English
The Parliamentary Administration reserves the right to cancel tours on short notice if parliamentary business requires so.
Tickets for guided tours through Palais Epstein are free.
Meeting point for the guided tours of the Palais Epstein is "Infopoint Bau.Stelle" in front of the historic Parliament building on the Ringstrasse. You can collect your tickets at the following locations of the new DemocracyQuarter:
- Infopoint Bau.Stelle
- Infopoint Platz.Mit.Bestimmung
- Visitors’ Entrance Josefsplatz
For further information or advance bookings please contact our staff Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm:
L4.4 - Services for Citizens (Visitor Service)
Dr. Karl Renner-Ring 3
Phone: +43 1 401 10-2400
General information regarding guided tours can also be obtained 24hrs via the automatic call center outside our office hours. If you should request a call-back please leave your name and phone number on the answering machine.
How to get to Palais Epstein
From Monday to Saturday (except for public holidays) tours for groups of visitors can be organised by prior arrangement throughout the year.
Specific dates and times will be offered subject to availability of staff and capacity utilisation. Please make your bookings approximately four weeks in advance. The minimum number of participants is ten, prior arrangement is essential.
Languages: on request (German, English, French, Italian, Spanish and others).
The Parliamentary Administration reserves the right to cancel tours or change times on short notice if parliamentary business requires so.