Schloss Hellbrunn

Schloss Hellbrunn

Public transportation to Schloss Hellbrunn: From downtown or Salzburg railway station, a bus service is available. 2.3 Euros

Hellbrunn Palace (Schloss Hellbrunn) is an early Baroque villa of palatial size, a southern district of the city
of Salzburg. It was built in 1613-1619 by Mark Sittich von Hohenems, Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg,
and named for the "clear spring" that supplied it. Hellbrunn was only meant for use as a day residence
in summer, as the Archbishop usually returned to Salzburg in the evening, therefore, there is no bedroom
in Hellbrunn.

The Schloss is also famous for its "water games" in the grounds, which are a popular tourist attraction
in the summer months. These games were conceived by Mark Sittich, a man with a keen sense of
humour, as a series of practical jokes to be performed on guests.
Source: Wikipedia

A beautiful yellow mud wall with a moss-covered roof of the Hellbrunn Palace is a very impressive.

A beautiful mud wall with a moss-covered roof

(L) One-month castle is seen in the distance. (L) A beautiful mud wall with a moss-covered roof

An admission ticket to Schloss Hellbrunn

Schloss Hellbrunn (Hellbrunn Palace) is a 400-year-old Summer Palace located just outside of the city of
Salzburg. It is well known for its water games that revolve around numerous trick fountains located in the
palace grounds.

(L) The entrance of Wasserspiele ( trick fountain ) (R) A trick garden pool

(L) Schloss Hellbrunn, Das Romische Theater, Roman Theater (R) A ball goes round and round by a fountain.

Hell's tongue put out and in at the trick garden at Schloss Hellbrunn.

Bird Call Grotto of Schloss Hellbrunn: Birds with a beautiful singing voice, while other creatures are floating on a circulating water stream.

Bird Call Grotto, Schloss Hellbrunn

Scripture in grottos

Greek mythology plays the main role in th fountains.
(L) Fountains spout out from the mouth of animals. (R) A creative animal looks similar to a hedgehog.

A trick doll display at Schloss Hellbrunn

Water-power operated miniature village doll house, Hellbrunn Castle.

Trick fountains hidden in a wall and the tip of antler

(L) Schloss Hellbrunn seen from a garden (R) A fountain with a running small stream

(L) Devil's tongue, displayed in the Schloss Hellbrunn. (R) A straight passage space is observed in the Schloss.

Interior of Schloss Hellbrunn

Interior of Schloss Hellbrunn

(L) A Chinese room in Schloss Hellbrunn: Hellbrunn Palace (R) A pond with a large Koi, carp

Hellbrunn Palace (Schloss Hellbrunn)


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