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Sisi Museum, Vienna

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.8/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web
At Sisi Museum find out how the once light-hearted young princess Sisi became an unapproachable and melancholic Austrian empress. Renowned set designer Rolf Langenfass created the exhibit, inspired by Empress Elisabeth's poetry. More than 300 personal items bring visitors closer to this misunderstood empress. See Sisi's parasols, boxes, gloves, beauty recipes, her death mask, and the actual sharpened needle file used in her assassination. Pick up a free audiobook and learn details about Sisi's life: how she was the first in the palace to have a "modern" bathroom and how she loved ice cream. For Sisi Museum and beyond, use our Vienna trip builder to get the most from your Vienna vacation.
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  • The displays in this museum were mostly dedicated to Empress Elisabeth and worth spending an hour for the visit. There were also beautiful structures in the surrounding and so it should be equally imp...  read more »
  • After the visit, there was a void! After the museums of Moscow and St. Petersburg, it's just about corridor and not very interesting. Audio guides are feeble.
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  • Absolutely do not understand the reason for the sudden fire, posthumous love to Sissy .... For the Empire has done nothing, unlike Maria Theresa. In the Museum you can see rooms Sisi. Its a gym wall, personal car for traveling, bathrooms and steam capsules, a bedroom, a dressing room. Me this historic character antipatičen from beginning to end, this is my opinion. Who does not know anything about it, but simply entranced with the stars in her hair, recommend directly insist upon the need for:)) read about it in advance for more information. Then, passing through Its rooms with audio guide, you will be able to look differently at all.
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