Palais Lobkowitz

The walls of this fine Baroque building were the first to resound to the overwhelming music of Ludwig van Beethoven's Third Symphony. It was performed in 1804 in the great hall, which has been called the Eroica Hall since that time. The Lobkowitz family was one of the great Viennese families who, due to their love of music and sponsorship, played a key role in its history. The palace is now home to the Österreichisches Theatermuseum, the Austrian Theatre Museum.

Useful information

Address : 

Lobkowitzplatz 2, 1010 Wien

Nearby tourist attractions

Church of the Augustines
Church of the Augustines
The church of the Imperial Court, the
0:15
Dorotheum
Dorotheum
Behind the pink façade of this neo
0:15
Albertina
Albertina
With over one million engravings and 60
2:00
Kapuzinerkirche District
Kapuzinerkirche District
The small, sleepy streets of this
0:30
Church of the Capuchins
Church of the Capuchins
Glancing at the discreet façade of the
0:30
Josefsplatz
Josefsplatz
This harmoniously proportioned square,
0:15
See all

Other ideas « Patrimony »

Church of the Augustines
Church of the Augustines
The church of the Imperial Court, the
0:15
Dorotheum
Dorotheum
Behind the pink façade of this neo
0:15
Kapuzinerkirche District
Kapuzinerkirche District
The small, sleepy streets of this
0:30
See all