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Only 2+ hours for Schonbrunn Palace...timing question

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We'll be in Vienna for 2 full days plus an afternoon and a morning in mid-October. As an art museum buff, my primary sightseeing objectives are to see the Kunsthistoriches Museum, Belvedere Palace, Secession Building and possibly the Albertina Museum, as well as the Hofburg Palace Apartments and Treasury. I think we can at least skim the surface of all those in 2+ days...I would love to also see the Schonbrunn Palace, but think we'll only have our final morning between the opening at 8:30 until perhaps 10:30 to see it (we have a 12 o'clock train to catch to Budapest and will need to reclaim our luggage and head to the train station).
My longwinded question is: should we skip trying to cram this in? I have read that there is an audioguide lasting one hour for the palace, and then endless grounds to wander, etc. and thought we might just have a taste of the place, but am concerned that we'll just be frustrated by our lack of time there.
Thoughts?

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