Rusovce Mansion or Rusovce manor house is a neoclassical mansion located in the Rusovce borough, part of Bratislava, capital of Slovakia. The mansion was built on the site of an older manor house from the 16th century, with a medieval structure incorporated into the following buildings.
The façade got its current look by application of the Windsor style, which is imitating the English Gothic style. The manor house is surrounded by an English park. The premises cover 24 km2 on both banks of the Danube river.
In the twentieth century, mansion and premises have been owned by Hungarian Prince Elemer Lonyay, husband to Princess Stéphanie of Belgium, widow of Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria-Hungary.
Coordinates 48°3'8.723" N 17°9'3.923" E