A castle, a story, an empire.
A historic residence with all its original furnishings.
An eclectic collection that brings together works and styles from around the world.

 

A park with many gardens.
An outburst of colours, sounds and scents.

VISIT THE CASTLE

The Miramare Castle looks over the Gulf of Trieste, running out into the sea on top of a cliff. With its eclectic style and Istrian white stone, it is unmistakable no matter how you look at it.

VISIT THE MOLO

A Sphynx is placed at the pier head of the small harbor. This red-granite sculpture from the Ptolemaic era dates back to the III century B.C. and it is the only extant piece of a rich collection of Egyptian remains that the Archduke once had.

VISIT THE CASTELLETTO

The chatelet is a scale-down reproduction of the eclectic exterior of the main residence….

VISIT THE GREENHOUSES

The old greenhouse edifice stands in the forecourt of the Chatelet. The new greenhouses are just a few steps away…

VISIT THE PARK

The 22-hectare-wide Park stretches out on the rocky point of Grignano

VISIT THE STABLES

Designed by Engineer Carl Junker, the Stables were built between 1856 and 1860….

Map Image

il castello il molo il castelletto le serre il parco le scuderie

il castello il molo il castelletto le serre il parco le scuderie

DISCOVER THE HIDDEN BEAUTIES
OF OUR HERITAGE

TIMETABLES

We are open all year round every day of the week! The Castle opens from 9 to 19. The Park opens every morning at 8.

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

MIRAMARE nEWS

notice: museum closure on 27th June

notice: museum closure on 27th June

Visitors are informed that on 27th June the Historical Museum and Park of Miramare Castle will be closed to the public for an institutional event. The closure will affect both the Castle and the Park. We apologise for the inconvenience.

A Europe of United Gardens

A Europe of United Gardens

The ERHG celebrates the VII Annual Forum of Historic Gardens on May 29th under the topic "A Europe of United Gardens" Hosted by Zugdidi Botanical Gardens (Georgia), the Forum will count with the participation of 21 lecturers from 7 different countries. The ERHG...