REGIONAL WINE BOUTIQUE
Regional wines from Schmidatal Manhartsberg landscape park
Starting at May 19th, 2018, the Heldenberg will present regional wines from the Schmidatal Manhartsberg landscape park in the new regional wine boutique.
On the newly created modern premises, visitors can discover and enjoy the culinary delights from the wine region around the communities
in a relaxed atmosphere. Wine connoisseurs and wine lovers alike can look forward to wine tastings and specialist knowledge of the wide range of varieties.
Visit us and you will find your favorite wine from the region of the Schmidatal Manhartsberg landscape park.
We look forward to welcoming you soon!
The boutique is freely accessible without admission
Information about the opening hours will follow …
Of course, we are happy to conduct wine tastings of selected products in the Heldenberg boutique for groups of visitors. If you are interested, please contact us.
Phone: +43 2956 81240
There are parking spaces for disabled persons right next to the entrance area. Our signs will show you the way.
For persons with special needs, there is a reduced admission price upon presentation of proof of eligibility. Accompanying persons are admitted free of charge if they are registered on the card or proof of eligibility.
Wheelchair accessible toilet facilities are located near both cashiers.
Getting around within the excursion destination
From the handicapped Parking at the main cash desk, you can reach the cashier area via a ramp, where you can access the Classic Car Museum on the same level without any barriers.
The Cafe Heldenberg and the English Garden are accessible from this level via an elevator. The paths in the English Garden are nature trails and easily accessible except for the Schneckenberg.
The path to the Lipizzaner stables is difficult for people with limited mobility and wheelchairs. For this reason, we ask you to inform our staff. You can drive directly to the stables after consultation and our staff will pick you up there and accompany you to the meeting point for the tours.
The Radetzky Memorial is accessible except for the crypt. For the park, there is a barrier-free entrance. Please contact our staff. Access to the Neolithic village and Aigner’s Falkenhof consists exclusively of nature paths, which could present an obstacle for a visit. Visiting these two attractions is possible only with assistance, as the way leads up over a rising terrain.