The "Doblhoff Park", which covers over 8 hectares, is one of the most popular recreational areas in Baden. This park once belonged to the Schloss Weikersdorf, which was generally called "Schloss Doblhoff" after its last owners.

The idyllic pond was already used as an open-air pool in 1831. In the morning the ladies were allowed to swim, in the afternoon the gentlemen. During the ladies' time this part of the park was closed to the gentlemen. In winter the frozen pond was used as an ice rink - until a few years ago. Curling was also a popular sport and parts of the ice were cut out as blocks and stored in underground ice houses to provide chilled drinks in summer. In the interwar period, the part of the park adjoining the Pelzgasse was also used as an "amusement park". Merry-go-rounds, shooting galleries, swingboat, a marionette theatre and a Punch and Judy show, even an autodrome and a hypodrome as well as a large slide and, at times, the first open-air cinema in Austria provided entertainment for young and old alike. The Doblhoff Park was also realised by the provision of plant material by the Federal Association of Commercial Gardeners of Austria, according to the plans of the architect Viktor Mödlhammer, to create today's "Rosarium". Baden’s Rose Days have become famous far beyond the borders of our city. The splendour of thousands of roses forms the framework for a variety of cultural events, with the restored baroque Orangery providing an enchanting background.