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Imperial Palace, Innsbruck

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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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  • The imperial palace was built as a castle for Archduke Sigmund the Rich in the 15th century, expanded by Emperor Maximilian 1 in the 16th century, but owes its present-day appearance to Empress Maria....  more
    The imperial palace was built as a castle for Archduke Sigmund the Rich in the 15th century, expanded by Emperor Maximilian 1 in the 16th century, but owes its present-day appearance to Empress Maria....  more »
  • This palace is considered one of the three most significant Austrian historical buildings. The tours of the imperial palace are “worth it “ but Hofburg,as beautiful as it is inside, seems predictable....  more
    This palace is considered one of the three most significant Austrian historical buildings. The tours of the imperial palace are “worth it “ but Hofburg,as beautiful as it is inside, seems predictable....  more »
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  • The renovations were done with incredible expertise. There was a film showing the before and after images. AMAZING amount of work. Rooms were furnished with period items and a complete dining table with all the fine table ware was impressive. No photos allowed which was a bit disappointing
  • This is a beautifully kept palace however they don't allow pictures inside. They have fee-free days so look for those before visiting. Would recommend during a visit to Innsbruck.

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