The world-famous aquatic gardens, the loveliest summer residence north of the Alps, and a spacious park awaits you.
The palace building and the aquatic gardens have hardly changed in the almost 400 years since their construction. The spacious, over 60 hectares of park, is considered an exquisite example of garden architecture. And as you see it today is how the last prince-bishop of Salzburg had it laid out according to the exemplary design of an Italian pleasance.
Hellbrunn Palace has always been a place for entertainment, and a place for great celebrations, sumptuous spectacles, and a place for the exhibition of the unusual. Then as today.
Water is the central element at Hellbrunn. Numerous springs from the Hellbrunn Mountains feed the aquatic gardens and their mysterious grottoes, frivolous water-driven figures, and treacherous fountain jets. A constant change of light and shade, alarm and jollification, happiness and seriousness accompanies you on your walk through Hellbrunn.