Innsbruck & its Holiday Villages

Imperial Palace - Innsbruck & its Holiday Villages

Kaiserliche Hofburg - Innsbruck Tirol


6.00 - 8.00 EUR (Admission Fee/Person)


Without a guarantee of the accuracy! For details please contact Hoffburg Innsbruck.

The Imperial Palace was erected by Archduke Siegmund the Rich in late Gothic style around 1460

It was rebuilt in the Baroque style (but with rococo detailing) between 1754 and 1773 on orders of Empress Maria Theresa. The Palace, flanked by a set of domed towers, is a fine example of Baroque secular architecture. The structure has four wings and a splendid two-story Riesensaal (Giant´s Hall), painted in white and gold and filled with portraits of the Hapsburgs.

The Imperial Apartments consist of 25 state apartments dating from the 18th and 19th century and the Giants´ Hall (the Alps most lavish banqueting hall).
The Gothic Cellar can be rented for special events. Don´t miss a visit to the adjoining "Sacher" Café of Innsbruck.

Rennweg 1
6020 Innsbruck, PO Box - -, Austria

Tel.: +43(512)587186
Fax: +43(512)58718613


Opening Hours:

Open daily 9am - 5pm.
Doors close at 4.30pm.

Without a guarantee of the accuracy! Closures because of events possible. For details please contact Hoffburg Innsbruck.
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