Opening hours

30 March to 10 November 2019
9am to 6pm, daily
Last admission: 5pm

Online tickets

Tickets available on site. 

Tickets & Guided tours

Ticket prices

  • € 11,00 | Adult
  • € 10,00 | reduced (with ID card: Seniors, students up to 26 years old, military and civil servants, trainees, people with disabilities)
  • € 3,50 | Children and teenagers 6-18 years old
  • Children up to 6 years old free

Guided Tours

Discover the “World in Motion!” with our cultural mediators!

  • daily at both locations (Kasematten & Museum St. Peter an der Sperr) 10.30am, 2pm, 4pm
  • Duration: approx. 75 minutes
  • € 3,50 I per tour location (Kasematten or Museum St. Peter an der Sperr) & per person
  • Children up to 6 years old free

Families

  • € 10,00 | per (grand)parent with (grand)children up to 18 years old
  • € 20,00 | 2 (grand)parents with (grand)children up to 18 years old

Family ticket with Lower Austria/Upper Austria/Burgenland/Vienna family pass

  • € 9,00 | per (grand)parent with (grand)children up to 18 years old
  • € 18,00 | 2 (grand)parents with (grand)children up to 18 years old

 Groups of 20 people

  • € 9,00 | per person for groups of 20 people+
  • € 3,50 | Children and teenagers 6-18 years old
  • Children up to 6 years old free
  • € 3,50 | per Tour location* (Kasematten or Museum St. Peter an der Sperr) & per person*

* Registration required+ 43 (0) 800 24 10 45 or 

For information on cancellation conditions and participant numbers for group bookings, please refer to our T&Cs.

Wiener Neustadt city tours

Discover the city

Wiener Neustadt, a city pulsating with history. This free city tour gives you a first impression of the capital of the Vienna Alps, former imperial residence, with its’ historic city centre and urban flair. Afterwards, you can explore, discover and experience the diversity and beauty of the city on your own.

  • Start at Kasematten & at Museum St. Peter an der Sperr
  • Daily 12pm, 3.30pm
  • Duration: 15 minutes
  • Free

History and stories in the heart of the city 

The tour takes you from the Kasematten, along the city wall right into the heart of the city – to the main square, which has been the economic and political centre of Wiener Neustadt since the Middle Ages. The city tour continues past the cathedral and the Reckturm watch tower towards the Museum St. Peter an der Sperr. At all of these spots, the significance of Wiener Neustadt as a former imperial residence resonates through different stories.

  • Monday-Saturday 4pm
  • Sunday/bank holidays, 2pm, 4pm
  • Duration: approx. 90 minutes
  • € 7,00 I Adult
  • € 4,00 I Children

Cooperation partner

Theresian Military Academy

Once part of the Wiener Neustadt castle and residence of Emperor Frederick III and his son Emperor Maximilian I, the academy was instrumental in the emergence of the city. Today it is known as the oldest military academy in the world, founded by Maria Theresia. Since the 18th century through to the present today, it offers modern leadership and officer training. Get to know this historic site better with a guided tour:

“From the Residence to Officer Academy” tour

  • Monday-Friday 2pm
  • Saturday/Sunday/bank holidays 2pm to 5pm Guided tours available
  • Duration: approx. 45 minutes
  • € 8,00 I per person

Neukloster Monastery

The Neukloster Monastery provides a true contrast to the vibrant hustle and bustle of the city – an oasis of peace. Founded by Emperor Frederick III, the monastery has shaped the cityscape and spiritual life here since 1444. Learn about monastic life from within the charming cloister and courtyard. Discover the treasures in the Cabinets of Wonder and let yourself be whisked away into a world of books in the unique library:

“Art and faith in the monastery” tour

  • Monday-Friday 4pm
  • Saturday 10:30am*, 4pm
  • Sunday 11pm, 4pm
  • Duration: approx. 50 minutes
  • € 8,00 I per person

*Special tour 90 minutes: including visit to the sacristy, the organ gallery and choral prayers


Small Hydro Plant Ungarfeld

The tourist-accessible power station was opened in 1917 and is located at the source of the Wiener Neustadt canal. The former harbour is now a park, enticing guests to stay a little longer. Take a journey back in time and learn about the generation of hydroelectric power: from the original generator through to the Francis turbine.

“Small Hydro Plant Ungarfeld and Kehrbach” tour

  • Saturday/Sunday 2pm
  • € 7,00 I per person

Arrival

 

By public transport

Travel to Wiener Neustadt by train and be at the exhibition locations at the Kasematten and Museum St. Peter an der Sperr within minutes.

  • from Vienna: around 30 minutes by train
  • from Eisenstadt: around an hour by bus or train
  • from Graz: around 2 hours by train
  • from Sopron: around 45 minutes by train

Detailed information on public transport links can be found hereVOR or ÖBB


By car

  • from Vienna: A2 exit Wiener Neustadt West
  • from St. Pölten: A1 exit junction Steinhäusl, then A21 exit junction Vösendorf, then A2 exit Wiener Neustadt West
  • from Eisenstadt: S31 exit junction Mattersburg, then S4 exit Wiener Neustadt Ost
  • from Graz: A2 exit Wiener Neustadt West

Parking:

In addition to the short-term paid parking options all over the town centre, the following centrally-located parking garages and car parks are available for our guests, for a fee:

A parking guiding system on main access roads informs you about free parking options.


By bicycle

The cycle path along the Wiener Neustadt Canal connects the city with Vienna. Turn the journey to the Lower Austria State Exhibition 2019 into its own special experience!

FAQ

How long is the exhibition open? Until what time can I buy a ticket?

The exhibition is open from 30 March to 10 November 2019. We welcome you daily from 9am to 6pm and would like to inform you that the last admission to the exhibition is at 5pm.

Are photographs allowed?

You are welcome photograph and film in the exhibitions, unless otherwise stated. However, we ask that you do so for personal use only and without the use of flash, tripods and selfie sticks. We reserve the right to prohibit photography and filming of the exhibitions, or parts thereof, on a case-by-case basis.

If you would like to photograph or film for commercial and/or research purposes, please contact us in advance. You will need a separate permit for this.

Can I bring my dog to the exhibition?

As much as we like to welcome dogs, they are not allowed to visit the Lower Austria State Exhibition. Dogs and other pets are not allowed within the entire exhibition area.

Can rucksacks and luggage be brought into the exhibition?

Make your exhibition visit as comfortable as possible! Please place all umbrellas, walking sticks or similar items, travel bags and rucksacks in the cloak room upon arrival. Handbags and small backpacks that can be worn over the shoulder can be taken into the exhibition rooms. No liability is assumed for items in the cloakroom.

Food and drink

The consumption of food, drinks and ice cream is not permitted inside the exhibition rooms, however in Wiener Neustadt you will find a various options for a culinary break, before and after your exhibition visit: Food & drink in Wiener Neustadt

Smoking

Smoking, the use of e-cigarettes and naked flames are all prohibited within the indoor spaces of the Lower Austria State Exhibition. In this context, reference is made to the fire safety regulations, which apply to all staff and visitors. The wonderfully-arranged outdoor areas of the exhibition sites provide space for a smoking break.

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