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Tratzberg Castle

Opening hours

Please note our COVID-19 protection measures.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Friday, Saturday, Sunday & holidays:

closed

closed

closed

closed

10:00 - 16:00

10:00 - 16:00

10:00 - 16:00

With 08.11.2021 we start our annual winter break and are already looking forward to a reunion in spring 2022.

Subject to change without notice!

Digital tickets

Discover Tratzberg Castle with all your senses. Stroll through walls steeped in history, admire original furnishings as testimony to the period and travel virtually through the fabulous history of Tratzberg's origins. In outstanding (360 degree and/or 3D) quality, it is possible to virtually explore this historical jewel in all its uniqueness.

The Renaissance jewel among Austria's castles and palaces

Tratzberg Castle was first mentioned in documents in the 13th century and served as a former border fortress against Bavaria.

Emperor Maximilian used Tratzberg as a hunting lodge at that time.

Tratzberg Castle courtyard
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Goëss-Enzenberg family

To this day, it is only thanks to the family's great commitment that the approx. 6800 sqm Tratzberg, with its 5000 sqm shingle roof, has once again become the epitome of a 16th century Tyrolean castle and thus one of the most important art and cultural monuments in the country and is open to the general public for viewing.

Feel how the noble ladies of yesteryear lived here in the Frauenstüberl and the Königinnenzimmer. Let yourself be touched by the castle chapel before the armoury surprises you with all its treasures.

Weather forecast Schloss Tratzberg

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Today 26.10
Tomorrow 27.10
The day after tomorrow 28.10

morning

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9 °C

at noon

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14 °C

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8 °C

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13 °C

at noon

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17 °C

evening

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9 °C

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16 °C

at noon

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20 °C

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10 °C

Arrival


An ÖBB bus (line 4111) runs hourly from Schwaz or Jenbach railway station to the visitor car park at Tratzberg Castle.

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