Located near Hofburg palace in Burggarten Park, the wonderful art-nouveau Palm House (erected in 1901) is home to one of the ... More
Located near Hofburg palace in Burggarten Park, the wonderful art-nouveau Palm House (erected in 1901) is home to one of the world's most fabulous collections of butterflies. The Butterfly House, heated to a temperature of 26 Celsius and 80 percent humidity, contains hundreds of different species, all flying about freely. Some creatures have a wingspan of 30cm; almost all boast wonderful patterns and vivid colors. After exploring the Butterfly House, visitors should take a break in the lovely cafe in the same building.
Great experience and atmosphere. I really enjoyed the butterflies that were flying freely inside the glasshouse. It is very hot inside and humid so be prepare for such an environment.
I would enjoy any time to see it again.
The schmetterling house has not only a nice atmosphere and nice species but also a pleasant coffe/restaurant and is located just in the old imperial center (behind the main entrance of the imperial palace downtown: Hofburg) and vis-a-vis from the emperor personnal garden.
Come meet beauty face to face! More than a thousand live tropical butterflies fly freely in the glass conservatory. Visit
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The Belvedere Palace, designed in baroque style in the early eighteenth century by Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt for Prince Eugene
of Savoy, is home to the Austrian Gallery. The Upper Belvedere houses pieces of Austrian art from the 19th ...
Opened to the public in 1775, this park was formerly the hunting ground of the imperial family. The Augarten Palace
was built at the end of the 17th Century by Emperor Joseph II in the style of J.B.Fischer von ...