UNESCO World Heritage Site of Eggenberg Palace
The planetary gardens as part of the palace grounds establish the link to the architectural programme of the castle. In a playful manner, the garden takes up the ancient system of the planetary "doctrine of signatures", which is of great importance for the iconography of the Eggenberg Palace. A tip for relaxing: let the sun shine on your face in the palace grounds and admire the proud peacocks strolling through the park.
Really precious: the 24 fine staterooms that are accessible by guided tour. The piano nobile of the Eggenberg Palace has preserved its original appearance almost unchanged to this day. With its original furnishings from the 17th and 18th century, this series of rooms is one of the most important ensembles of historic interior rooms in Austria.
Sparkling treasures can be discovered in the coin cabinet in the oldest part of the palace and there is also an archaeological museum in the palace grounds.