Mirabell Palace is a palace situated in Salzburg, Austria. The palace was constructed in 1606 under the order of Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich Raitenau. The palace was taken over and rebuilt in the 18th century to a Baroque style. It was heavily damaged by a fire in the early 19th century and was restored to a Neoclassical style that is still present today. The palace was the birthplace of King Otto of Greece. The palace was purchased by the city in 1866, it was temporarily used as the Mayor's office for a while. Today, it welcomes visitors for a look around both the palace and it's beautifully landscaped gardens.
The palace is situated in the city centre of Salzburg, it is within walking distance of many other sights of the city. You can also get there by taking the bus, the 21, 22 and 151 bus all stop close at ‘Mirabellplatz’.
Opening Times and Admission
The palace is open to visitors daily, 8am-6pm. Admission is free.