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You can order trickets here for the

69th Viennese Medical Doctors' Ball on the 26th of January 2019

 
Choose the number of seats and admission tickets. For organizational reasons you can only order a round number of seats.
 
Then go to the desired room (room selection menu) and then on to table selection. Choose your table.
 
Afterwards go to payment.
 
* In case that you want to purchase seats at a table, please fill in the box the required number of seats.

The tickets can be paid for by credit card (Mastercard or Visa), Paypal or EPS.

Ticket Prices

Admission tickets
Regular admission ticket € 125,-
Student tickets € 50,-
(only valid until 26 years with a student ID - 1 ticket/ID)
 
Please note that per admission ticket there is a flat rate cloakroom fee of EUR 5,00 in addition.
 
Seat tickets
The price of seat tickets is dependent on the room chosen.
 
Delivery charges
There is a Euro 15.00 fee for handling and delivery.

Ball office in the Vienna Medical Chamber
1010 Vienna, Weihburggasse 10-12
Opening hours from 15th till 25th January 2019, Tuesday & Thursday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m., Wednesday & Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Please select a floor and the desired Room below

Antekammer
48 Euro/Seat
0 of 100 Seats available
The ante chamber next to the Marble Hall is part of the oldest Hofburg wings, the Swiss Wing. The paricullary thick walls were part of one of the old defence towers of the old castle's fortification. The expression ante chamber indicates ist former use as a vestibule.

25 tables with 4 seats each
Festsaal-Foyer
40 Euro/Seat
0 of 44 Seats available
The ballroom foyer is directly next to the large ballroom on the mezzanine. The guests of honour are received here and then enter the ballroom before the opening committee.

11 tables with 4 seats each
( We ask for your understanding that these tables are only available after the guests of honour and the opening committee have entered the ballroom - at approx. 22.00)
Geheime Ratstube
48 Euro/Seat
0 of 90 Seats available
The Privy Councillor Room is in the early baroque Leopold wing. Here Emperor Franz Joseph held his opening speech to the Austro-Hungarian delegation meeting. In this room on the 28th of June 1900 the heir to the throne at that time and Franz Joseph's nephew, Franz Ferdinand, declared his renunciation: In the name of his future wife and his descendents he renounced his succession to the throne.

22 tables with 4 seats each
1 table with 2 seats
Künstlerzimmer
37 Euro/Seat
0 of 40 Seats available
Together with the Radetzky Apartments the Artist Room offers a wonderful setting for an enjoyable ball dinner and stimulating conversation.

10 tables with 4 seats each
Maria Theresien App. I
37 Euro/Seat
0 of 40 Seats available
The impressive Maria Theresa Apartments are adorned with yellow gold tapestries that have the typical Habsburg ornament.

Maria Theresa Apartment I: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Maria Theresa Apartment II: 8 tables with 4 seats each
Maria Theresa Apartment III: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Maria Theresien App. II
37 Euro/Seat
0 of 32 Seats available
The impressive Maria Theresa Apartments are adorned with yellow gold tapestries that have the typical Habsburg ornament.

Maria Theresa Apartment I: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Maria Theresa Apartment II: 8 tables with 4 seats each
Maria Theresa Apartment III: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Maria Theresien App. III
37 Euro/Seat
0 of 40 Seats available
The impressive Maria Theresa Apartments are adorned with yellow gold tapestries that have the typical Habsburg ornament.

Maria Theresa Apartment I: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Maria Theresa Apartment II: 8 tables with 4 seats each
Maria Theresa Apartment III: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Marmorsaal
48 Euro/Seat
0 of 92 Seats available
The structure of the Marble hall and also the Ceremony hall originate in the 16th century. Its interior decoration with artificial marble was aligned with that of the Ceremony Hall in 1840. During the time of the emperor it was used as a dining room and for court children balls. From here you can look upon an enfilade of five rooms with uniform star parquet floors.

22 tables with 4 seats each
1 table with 2 seats
Metternichsaal
48 Euro/Seat
0 of 248 Seats available
This modern room, named after Prince Metternich, the strategist of the rearrangment of Europe during the Congress of Vienna, is, apart from the ball, usually used as conference room for the OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe).

74 tables with seats each
Radetzky App. I
37 Euro/Seat
0 of 40 Seats available
The Radetzky apartments are in an adjoining wing of the Swiss wing. Out of gratitude for his part in the Italian Campaign during the revolution of 1848 Franz Joseph allowed the merited Field Marshal Radetzky to live in these rooms although he was not a member of the court. In the corners there are historical tiled stoves that are heated from outside from a special corridor.

Radetzky Apartment I: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Radetzky Apartment III: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Radetzky App. III
37 Euro/Seat
0 of 40 Seats available
The Radetzky apartments are in an adjoining wing of the Swiss wing. Out of gratitude for his part in the Italian Campaign during the revolution of 1848 Franz Joseph allowed the merited Field Marshal Radetzky to live in these rooms although he was not a member of the court. In the corners there are historical tiled stoves that are heated from outside from a special corridor.

Radetzky Apartment I: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Radetzky Apartment III: 10 tables with 4 seats each
Rittersaal
48 Euro/Seat
0 of 100 Seats available
The Knights Room is within the Swiss Wing. In this room Maria Theresa was christened by the pontifical nuncio, Spinola, the representative of Pope Clemens X1. A few drops of Jordan water were added to the baptismal water. Maria Theresa, who was the only woman to ascend the Austrian throne, gave birth to 16 children and reigned for 40 years.

25 tables with 4 seats each
Seitengalerie
42 Euro/Seat
0 of 60 Seats available
The side gallery connects the ballroom to the rest of the Hofburg and is on the mezzanine.

6 tables with 10 seats each
Trabantenstube
48 Euro/Seat
0 of 92 Seats available
The Trabanten barrack room which is also in the Swiss Wing served as barracks for the Trabant Bodyguards who were responsible for the personal protection of the Emperor.

25 tables with 4 seats each
Wintergarten
95 Euro/Seat
0 of 188 Seats available
The conservatory on the mezzanine with its ostentatious double-box windows provides a wonderful view of the "Heldenplatz".

47 tables with 4 seats each
Zeremoniensaal
95 Euro/Seat
0 of 236 Seats available
As one of the most magnificent rooms in the Hofburg the Ceremony Hall presents itself in a symphony of colour and form. The Belgian architect, Lois Montoyer designed the tract for Emperor Franz II/I as a throne room. An elaborate coffered ceiling and 26 crystal chandeliers - in those days with 1,300 candles - give the room an imperial splendour. The 24 Corinthian pillars are made of artificial marble: the surface is not of real stone but painted plaster, the so-called stucco lustro. Here Napoleon asked for the hand of Marie Louise, the daughter of Emperor Franz II./I. and the exclusive "Ball bei hof" (the court ball). On Maundy Thursday Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elizabeth invited twelve old men and women to the traditional washing of the feet ceremony.

14 tables with 10 seats each
24 tables with 4 seats each




Gartensaal
In the Garden room on the ground floor things get going at 23.00. You can dance in the disco to the hits of the last few decades until the wee small hours.




Antekammer
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Floor plan Mezzanin show
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Festsaal-Foyer
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Geheime Ratstube
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Künstlerzimmer
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Maria Theresien App. I
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Floor plan Mezzanin show
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Maria Theresien App. II
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Floor plan Mezzanin show
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Maria Theresien App. III
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Floor plan Mezzanin show
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Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Marmorsaal
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Floor plan Mezzanin show
Table still free
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Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Metternichsaal
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Floor plan Mezzanin show
Table still free
Table still partly free
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Table is already occupied
Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Radetzky App. I
  of    seats selected 

Floor plan Mezzanin show
Table still free
Table still partly free
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Table is already occupied
Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Radetzky App. III
  of    seats selected 

Floor plan Mezzanin show
Table still free
Table still partly free
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Table is already occupied
Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Rittersaal
  of    seats selected 

Floor plan Mezzanin show
Table still free
Table still partly free
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Table is already occupied
Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Seitengalerie
  of    seats selected 

Floor plan Mezzanin show
Table still free
Table still partly free
Table is already occupied
Table is already occupied
Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Trabantenstube
  of    seats selected 

Floor plan Mezzanin show
Table still free
Table still partly free
Table is already occupied
Table is already occupied
Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Wintergarten
  of    seats selected 

Floor plan Mezzanin show
Table still free
Table still partly free
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Table is already occupied
Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Zeremoniensaal
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Floor plan Mezzanin show
Table still free
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Table is already occupied
Large rooms can be moved horizontally

Gartensaal
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Floor plan Parterre show
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Delivery options:

PICK UP: From the 10th of January tickets can be picked up in the ball office in Weihburggasse 10-12, 1010 Vienna. Alternatively, in addition, tickets can be picked at the evening box office on the evening of the ball.

DELIVERY: You can have the tickets sent by mail. For addresses within Vienna there is a fee of Euro 3 (registered 5 Euro), for addresses within Europe 5 Euro (registered 8 Euro), and outside of Europe 8 Euro (registered 12 Euro). We accept no responsibility for tickets lost in the mail.