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Innsbruck, Hofburg Innsbruck

Hofburg Innsbruck jubilee exhibition: Maximilian I and the Rise of the Modern Age

  • Discover the multi-faceted personality of Emperor Maximilian I
  • Get to know the emperor who sparked a new age
  • Experience the Emperor’s famous cenotaph as never before thanks to digitisation
  • Learn more about the architectural history of the Imperial Palace Innsbruck through digital visualisation and animation
  • See a 3D illustration of the triumphal procession of Emperor Maximilian I
  • Marvel at exhibits and first-class digital reproductions from more than 25 national and international lenders
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The jubilee exhibition “Maximilian I and the Rise of the Modern Age” will be held from 25 May until 12 October 2019.

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 marks the 500th anniversary of the Emperor’s death. To commemorate this occasion, Burghauptmannschaft Österreich is organising a living museum, featuring a special exhibition entitled “Maximilian I and the Rise of the Modern Age” slated to open May 24, 2019. The living museum allows a focus on aspects and topics relating to Emperor Maximilian I and his times, which will be presented in temporary exhibitions. Cutting edge presentation techniques, innovative mise-en-scène and purposeful architecture will help reveal the various facets of the Emperor’s personality, his family, the Imperial Palace Innsbruck, as well as politics, religion, and the economy.

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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.

Opening hours

The Imperial Palace Innsbruck is open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., including public holidays.

Go to to find out when the Palace will be closed for events, maintenance, cleaning and restoration.

Hofburg Innsbruck
Rennweg 1
6020 Innsbruck
Getting there

Public transport
Bus l tram lines:
Museumstraße stop
Bus line F: Congress stop
The “Sightseer”: Congress/Hofburg stops

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