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Imperial Palace, Innsbruck

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Architectural Building · Tourist Spot
Get a close look at the lifestyle of Austrian rulers of the past at Imperial Palace. The favorite winter residence of the Habsburgs, the palace now serves as the official presidential residence. See the rooms where Emperor Joseph II once drew up his revolutionary program of reforms. Enter the Imperial Chancellery Wing and the Amalia Residence, which contained the apartments of Franz Joseph and Elisabeth. Visit one or all of the three museums: the authentically furnished Imperial Apartments, the Sisi Museum, and the Silver Collection of Imperial utilitarian objects. The collections provide historically accurate insights into the tradition and daily life at the court. Our Innsbruck trip maker tool makes visiting Imperial Palace and other Innsbruck attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Thee visit was a bit boring because there is not much to see. Mostly furniture and only the so-called familiy room of Maria Theresia is beautiful, but compared to other castles (Versailles) nothing...  more »
  • This is a palace in Innsbruck, Austria located near the famous golden roof and has a museum of amazing artworks and has an entrance fee.  more »
  • The palace is considered one of the three important cultural heritage in the country built in 16th century housing lavish interiors with beautiful paintings even in the roofs of the halls,excellent...  more »
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  • Unexpected beautiful palace. Unfortunately manny of the beautiful rooms have huge displays that take away the magic. They should keep it simple and provide an audio tour for info...
  • The Sisi rooms are worth the ticket: they have been preserved just like they were a century ago, with the very same furniture and decorations. That part of the tour is a jump in the history.
  • Pretty building, the exhibition wasn't particularly interesting to me, personally. But worth going to make up your own mind...
  • Very nice building (from outside at least). I have not visited the inside.
  • incredibly interesting and well planed exhibition. we spent 4 hours there and enjoyed it a lot

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