Persons: up to 250 persons
Price from: € 700 - 5000
Type: Receptionrooms

Schloss Walpersdorf – Location

Celebrate in the Renaissance castle

A-3131 Walpersdorf, Schloss-Straße 2

Celebrate & enjoy at Walpersdorf Castle 

Walpersdorf Castle dates back to the era of Leonardo da Vinci, Albrecht Dürer and William Shakespeare. In this ambience a wish comes true. For example, a church wedding in the chapel of the fairytale castle with a reception in the vestibule and an exuberant celebration in the banquet hall. A special anniversary is celebrated in the Pillar Room. The private summer party in the historic castle park is a real experience. A christening in the castle chapel remains in the guests' best memories. 

We warmly invite you to celebrate in this extraordinary ambience and immerse yourself into the special history of the castle. 

Banquet hall:
The large banquet hall was built in 1670 as the knights' hall of the castle. Due to its room height and technical equipment, it is very changeable and versatile today. The noble wooden floor is also suitable for every type of event. The view of the elegant courtyard opens up through the many window niches. 

230 m² including the park
up to 150 persons
Cinema seating up to 250 people

Pillar room: 
An impressively vaulted hall ceiling rests on the eponymous columns. This room always creates a cosy atmosphere. The lighting concept combines the centuries-old charm of the walls with modern esprit. The two-coloured natural stone floor makes a significant contribution to the authentic feeling.

165 m² up to 100 persons

Small pillared room:

70 m² up to 30 persons

Castle Church:
In about 1625 Walpersdorf was given to Empress Eleonora, daughter of Vincent Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua and Eleonora de Medici. The wife of Emperor Ferdinand II had the Protestant church converted into a Catholic church.

Count Georg Ludwig von Sinzendorf took over the lordship in 1657. In 1663 he built the Lorettokapelle (Loretto Chapel) on the old court chapel and had it renovated at the same time. He donated the baroque altar in perpetual memory of his family and had the coats of arms of his two wives and his own incorporated.

Your dream wedding or a christening in the castle church of the Renaissance castle Walpersdorf - experience unforgettable moments in a unique ambience.

Seats about 120 persons 

Above you the blue sky, all around you lush green: the Historic Castle Park is an event location with a guarantee of success. From dream weddings to top events - every event finds the right place here.

In case of bad weather, the event is simply moved to the ballroom, which is why it is always rented out as well.


The venue offers the following possibilities

  • Stage
  • Bar
  • Dance floor
  • Seminar room
  • Garden
  • Space for a tent
  • Terrace
  • Heating (extra)
  • Castle courtyard
  • Park
  • Renovated
  • Electricity connection 230V
  • High current electricity
  • Sound system
  • Beamer
  • Screen
  • Microphone
  • Parking area
  • Chapel
  • Outdoor wedding area
  • Public events
  • Taxi nearby


  • Seminars
  • Management meetings
  • Anniversaries
  • Birthday parties
  • Product presentations
  • Weddings


  • Catering kitchen
  • Restaurant nearby
  • Caterer in the house


  • In the house
  • Nearby

Sanitary facilities

  • Ladies/Gentlemen extra
  • Changing room for host
  • Changing room for host/bride/actors


  • Hiking
  • Culture
  • Golf


  • Transfer/E-Banking
  • Bancomat
  • Eurocard
  • Visa
  • Cash

History of the house and its residents:

History of the castle

The Renaissance castle of Walpersdorf was built in 1571 by Hans Ulrich von Ludmanstorf and subsequently taken over by Helmhard VIII Freiherr von Jörger, whose son finally completed the construction of the castle in 1619. During the Thirty Years' War, the castle went to Empress Eleonora Gonzaga. She converted the castle chapel to a Catholic place of worship. 

After the death of the empress, Georg Ludwig von Sinzendorf received the castle, extended the southern part of it and set up a silk factory in the "Rittersaal" built between 1667 and 1671. This hall building is considered today to be the first factory building in Austria. After his death, his widowed wife had to sell the complex to Ludwig Count Colloredo-Wallsee, who bequeathed it to his daughter Maria Antonia Josefa Montecuccoli.

From 1859 to 1956, the castle was owned by the Falkenhayn family. Marie Countess Falkenhayn finally donated Walpersdorf Castle together with other estates to the Order of the Missionary Sisters of St. Peter Claver. The castle was badly damaged during the Second World War, but was subsequently repaired and restored. Until 2014, the castle was inhabited by the Missionary Sisters and was sold to the Lederleitner family in the same year. 

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