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Embark on a leisurely stroll through the Imperial Treasury, ideal for savoring the exhibition's cultural significance and impact.
This admission ticket offers the opportunity to delve into the renowned treasure chambers and their storied past. By using this ticket, you can bypass the queues and swiftly access the museum. Please be aware that this is a self-guided tour and does not include an audio guide or a live guide.
The combination tour encompasses admission to both the Imperial Treasury Vienna and the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna.
With this ticket, you gain access to two exhibitions of immense cultural, artistic, and historical value, intertwined with imperial architecture. The ticket grants flexibility in terms of duration, allowing you to explore the museums at your preferred pace, regardless of the time you choose to spend. However, these tickets don't include audio guides.
This pocket-friendly combo ticket offers the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the opulent past of the Habsburg dynasty. With your tickets, you can gain access to the Imperial Treasury, followed by a trip to the Imperial Carriage Museum.
With its flexible duration, you can delve into the splendor of both museums, and gain a comprehensive understanding of Austria's imperial heritage. Please note that this ticket doesn't include audio or live guides.
Marvel at the regal crowns, sceptres, and orbs adorned with magnificent gemstones. These regal treasures symbolize the centuries of power and opulence of the Austrian monarchy, captivating visitors with their dazzling beauty.
Discover the legendary relic believed to be the spear that pierced the side of Jesus Christ, an artifact steeped in religious and historical significance, adding an air of mystique to its display in the Imperial Treasury.
Behold the exquisite robes worn by esteemed members of the prestigious Order, symbolizing honor and nobility. These sumptuous robes embody the prestigious history and chivalric values associated with this renowned knightly order.
Gaze upon a remarkable vessel crafted from a single, immense emerald, showcasing exceptional craftsmanship and unparalleled beauty, which was commissioned by Emperor Ferdinand III, leaving visitors in awe of its rarity and splendour.
Witness the agate bowl crafted from an ancient stone and believed to possess magical properties, it is an object of exquisite artistry and craftsmanship of the past, serving as a testament to the meticulous attention to detail in creation.
Explore a collection of ceremonial swords bearing intricate designs and, ornate coronation robes that reflect the magnificent pomp and pageantry of the Habsburg era, representing the sacredness of royal ceremonies.
Address: Hofburg, Schweizerhof, 1010 Wien, Austria.
The Imperial Treasury Vienna is a museum located in Vienna, Austria, showcasing a remarkable collection of imperial regalia, crown jewels, and historical artifacts.
At the Imperial Treasury Vienna, you can see the Austrian Crown Jewels, the Holy Lance, robes of the Order of the Golden Fleece, ceremonial swords, coronation robes, and more.
Yes, it is possible to purchase Imperial Treasury tour tickets online.
The Imperial Treasury offers various tour options, including general admission tickets and combo tickets with other attractions like the Kunsthistorisches Museum or the Imperial Carriage Museum.
Discounts on tours and tickets for the Imperial Treasury are available if you book your tickets online.
The Imperial Treasury is located in Vienna, and it can be reached by public transportation, such as bus lines 1A, 2A, 3A, 59A, metro line U3, and the tram lines 1, 2, D, and 71.
The best time to visit the Imperial Treasury is usually during weekdays and non-peak hours to avoid crowds.
Photography is allowed in the Imperial Treasury, but it flash photography and tripods are prohobited.
Yes, Imperial Treasury Vienna is accessible for people with disabilities. Ramps and lifts are available throughout the museum, and guide dogs are allowed.
Yes, there is a cloakroom where visitors can leave their coats, bags, and other personal belongings.
Yes, there are several gift shops throughout the Imperial Treasury museum where you can buy souvenirs, books, and other items related to the exhibits.
Children are welcome at the Imperial Treasury Museum, but some exhibits may be of little interest to younger visitors. The museum also offers a children's audio guide to engage younger visitors.