The exhibition “Maximilian I”
Emperor Maximilian I (1459-1519) is not only one of the most famous Holy Roman Emperors from the House of Habsburg (Lorraine), but he also had a profound effect on Tyrol. January 12, 2019 marked the 500th anniversary of the Emperor’s death. To commemorate this occasion, Burghauptmannschaft Österreich had organised a living museum, featuring a special exhibition entitled “Maximilian I and the Rise of the Modern Age” which opened on May 24, 2019. This special exhibition was later transformed into a permanent exhibition, opening its gates for visitors from all over the globe on November 22nd. The shown living museum allows a focus on aspects and topics relating to Emperor Maximilian I and the age he lived in. The exhibition is supported by the latest multimedia tools, which make it a great experience for the whole family.
Further information is available at: www.maximilian1.at
Validity: 1 year from date of issue
Ticket holders are granted one-time admission to the Imperial Apartments of the Imperial Palace Innsbruck.
You may only purchase reduced price tickets directly at the museum ticket office.
Free admission for children and youths under 19.
The Imperial Palace Innsbruck is open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., including public holidays.
Go to www.hofburg-innsbruck.at to find out when the Palace will be closed for events, maintenance, cleaning and restoration.
With one ticket in the footsteps of the Habsburg - museum, nature park and family crypt! Artstetten Castle is situated in the midst of the spacious Castle’s Nature Park. In the castle the Archduke Franz Ferdinand Museum and the Family Crypt are found. The former imperial summer residence of Emperor Franz I. is located close to the Wachau and till this day is occupied by the family all-season.
Take a time trip to history on Hauptplatz 17 – the Kaiserhaus Baden and its eventful past!
Klosterneuburg Monastery can look back on over nine hundred years of history. We warmly invite you to get to know the Monastery in both its religious and secular diversity.