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Sisi Museum, Vienna

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#9 of 110 in Museums in Vienna
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. Put Sisi Museum on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Vienna online trip builder .
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  • You pay a lot of money for a ticket, hoping to learn about Sisi and her time, but... instead... you are directed to the first floor where are a big exhibition of different subjects- as kitchen, table ...  more »
  • Between all the magnificent places you can visit in Vienna, this place will transport to the fantasy of love.  more »
  • I was a little disappointed. Consider it expensive especially boring to go with children, although the princesses love your daughters. Level Museum lacks spaces seating and air conditioning which makes the visit a little uncomfortable if you go in summer. That if they have fans that all lights are insufficient and a pretty good audio guides system. At the Museum level, the Museum is divided into two parts. The first is an impressive collection of cutlery and kitchen utensils used by royalty to their feasts. We get pretty bored because it is too repetitive. The second part, on the first floor, improved a little. It consists of the Royal family stays. Highlights of the spaces of rest and work of the Austrian Emperor Francisco Jose. Also the costumes and other memorabilia from the ill-fated empress Sisi. Personally, I don't think that it's a must-see if you like films with Romy Schneider safe that motivates you visit.
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