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Imperial Treasury Vienna

Witness the Habsburg dynasty's grandeur with our Imperial Treasury Vienna tickets. Explore royal artifacts and treasures. Enhance with combo tickets.
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Imperial Treasury Vienna Guide

The Imperial Treasury Vienna is home to precious collections from the Holy Roman Empire. It is located inside the Hofburg Palace, which was the official palace of the Habsburg dynasty that ruled Austria from 1282 to 1918. All the items displayed in the Imperial Treasury were collected by the House of Habsburg during their rule. Divided into secular and ecclesiastical collections, the treasury houses jewels, stones, relics and religious treasures from the past. Read on to find out more about the best Imperial Treasury Vienna tickets, opening hours, best deals, discounts, combos and more. 
You can choose your experience at the Imperial Treasury Vienna with different types of ticket options available. You can get admission tickets or access to the Imperial Treasury via combo tours to other must-see landmarks in Vienna. All the tickets grant you skip-the-line access to the attraction.
The Standard Admission Tickets give you entry to the Imperial Treasury Vienna along with free WiFi access. Guided tour or audioguide is not available with the Standard Admission Tickets. You can explore all areas of the Imperial Treasury Vienna with these tickets.

Recommended experience

  • See Emperor Rudolf II's crown, Emperor Ferdinand I's regalia, the Military Order of Maria Theresa and vestments belonging to the Order of Saint Stephen of Hungary.
  • Watch different insignia, jewels, crowns, swords and other precious items of the Holy Roman Empire belonging to different rules from the Habsburg dynasty.
  • Explore the different items in the ecclesiastical collection, including the Bust of Emperor Rudolph II, Imperial Sword, Regalia of the Austrian Order of the Iron Crown, Agate Bowl, Aquamarine and Emerald vessel.
Three combo tickets are available with a visit to other attractions in Vienna. You can buy Treasures of the Habsburgs Combined Ticket, Imperial Carriage Museum + Imperial Treasury Museum Tickets and Entry Ticket to Imperial Carriage Museum at Schönbrunn Palace. All these tickets will get you admission to the Imperial Treasury Vienna.

Recommended experience

  • With Treasures of the Habsburgs Combined Ticket, see the precious collections owned by rulers of the Habsburg dynasty, including jewels, paintings and royal items.
  • The Imperial Carriage Museum + Imperial Treasury Museum Tickets include entry to the Imperial Treasury Vienna, taking you through the Austrian dynasty's collection.
  • Some must-see items at the Imperial Treasury Vienna are one of the world's largest emeralds, jewels, precious stones, crowns of the rulers and collections of the Holy Roman Empire.

If you are on a budget

Get the Standard Admission Tickets to gain admission to the enchanting treasures of Habsburg. This will include a complete visit to the Imperial Treasury Vienna and gives you access to all parts of the museum. The experience only costs €14 and does not come with a tour guide or audioguide.

If you’re looking to make the most of the experience:

If you are looking to explore more of the venue, buy either the Treasures of the Habsburgs Combined Ticket or the Imperial Carriage Museum + Imperial Treasury Museum. You can get to learn more about the Habsburg dynasty through the combo tickets.

Free Entry

If you have children with you during your visit to the Imperial Treasury Vienna, you do not have to buy entry tickets for them. Children and teenagers below 19 can get entry to the attraction for free. Just carry a valid ID proof for them on the day of your visit.

 Discounted Tickets 

The Imperial Treasury Vienna offers discounts on ticket prices for seniors above the age of 65 and people with disabilities. While booking your tickets, specify the ticket holder's age and if they have any disabilities to get instant discounts. Carry an ID proof on the day of your visit.

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With Headout, you get 10% additional cashback on booking your tickets to the Imperial Treasury Vienna. You can also cancel your ticket for up to 24 hours and get a 100% refund.
What are Imperial Treasury Vienna's opening hours? 
The Imperial Treasury Vienna is open from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM from Wednesday to Monday.
When is Imperial Treasury Vienna closed?
The Imperial Treasury Vienna is closed on Tuesdays and some days consecutively in a year for annual maintenance. 
What is the best time to visit Imperial Treasury Vienna?
The early opening hours, between 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM, are the least crowded. Plan your visit on weekdays to explore all areas of the Imperial Treasury Vienna for the best experience.
How long is an Imperial Treasury Vienna tour?
The Imperial Treasury Vienna tour typically lasts for an hour. However, you can spend about 90 minutes to 2 hours here.
Where is Imperial Treasury Vienna located?
The Imperial Treasury Vienna is located in the heart of Vienna. The official address is Hofburg, Schweizerhof, 1010 Wien, Austria. You can find it on Maps.
How do I get to Imperial Treasury Vienna?
You can take the bus, metro or taxi to reach the Imperial Treasury Vienna. It is a 2-minute walk from the closest bus stop and a 4-minute walk from the closest metro station. 
  • By Metro: Opt for train number U3 and board off at Herrengasse, a 4-min walk to the attraction.
  • By Bus: Board on bus number 1A and get off at Wien Habsburgergasse, a 2-min walk to the attraction.
Can I take the metro/train to Imperial Treasury Vienna?
Take Metro U3 and get down at Herrengasse. The Imperial Treasury Vienna is just a 4-minute walk from this metro station.
Can I take the bus to Imperial Treasury Vienna?
The closest bus stop to Imperial Treasury Vienna is Habsburgergasse. Take Bus 1A, get down here and walk for 2 minutes to reach the attraction.
Is Imperial Treasury Vienna wheelchair accessible?
All areas of the Imperial Treasury Vienna are completely wheelchair accessible.
Is a storage facility available at Imperial Treasury Vienna?
The storage facility is available at Imperial Treasury Vienna but don't carry huge suitcases, as you might not get enough space to keep them.
Is photography permitted at Imperial Treasury Vienna?
Photography is permitted inside the Imperial Treasury Vienna but without flash. You are also not allowed to carry a tripod with you.
Is parking available at Imperial Treasury Vienna?
There is no parking available inside the museum grounds. However, you will find many public parking spaces around the attraction.
The Imperial Treasury Vienna is divided into two sections - the Secular Treasury and the Ecclesiastical Treasury. The Secular Treasury has personal and precious collection items belonging to the Habsburg rulers. The Ecclesiastical Treasury includes relics and artefacts of religious significance. Let's take a look at what you will find inside them.

Secular Treasury:

The Imperial Regalia, Austrian Crown Jewels, Imperial Crown of Austria, the Burgundian Treasury, insignia belonging to the Kingdom of Bohemia, Agate bowl, a narwhal tooth, the emerald vessel and artefacts of Napoleon II and Marie Louise make up the Secular Treasury.

Ecclesiastical Treasury: 

The Ecclesiastical Treasury includes all religious artefacts that belonged to the Habsburgs. The dynasty came under the Holy Roman Empire. All the rulers were strong religious leaders, which is why you will find many devotional altars and pictures inside this part of the Imperial Treasury Vienna.

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Schönbrunn Palace

The Schönbrunn Palace was the summer residence for many Habsburg dynasty rulers. The word Schönbrunn means beautiful spring, with the palace surrounded by gardens on all sides to offer the best view during spring and summer seasons in Vienna. Like most Habsburg palaces in the city, the Schönbrunn Palace was also built in the Baroque style of architecture. Witness more than 32 sculptures inside and outside the palace, created by German garden designer Johann Wilhelm Beyer, with your Schonbrunn Palace tickets.

Vienna Mozart Concert

Renowned classical music maestro Mozart lived in Vienna from 1784 to 1787. Many Mozart concerts are organised in Vienna, an experience you must have when you are touring the city with Vienna Mozart tickets. Vienna is known for its lavish opera houses and historical concert houses. Mozarthaus Vienna, where Mozart rented a room during his time in the city, also organises Mozart concerts for visitors to experience the beauty of his music.

Klosterneuburg Monastery

Located towards the north of Vienna, the Klosterneuburg Monastery was founded by Saint Leopold III and Agnes of Germany. The monastery dates back to the 12th century when Saint Leopold is said to have seen a vision of the Virgin Mary. According to the story, she directed him to build the monastery at the location in her honour. It eventually became Saint Leopold III and his wife's final resting place. Visit this monastery with Gothic-inspired architecture with your Klosterneuburg Monastery tickets.

Mozarthaus

Between 1784 to 1787, classical music composer Mozart lived in Vienna in a building that became Mozarthaus Vienna, a museum dedicated to Mozart. In 1941, the rooms were opened to the public with exhibitions about Mozart's life. It continued for four years until the Vienna Museum took over in 1945. Since then, the exhibition has been developed with more audiovisual installations and added exhibits of Mozart's life, work and music, which you can access through tickets to Mozarthaus Vienna with Audio Guide.

Are Imperial Treasury Vienna tickets available online?

Yes, the Imperial Treasury Vienna tickets are available online, with many options to choose from.

What are the different Imperial Treasury Vienna Tickets options available?

There are three Imperial Treasury Vienna tickets available. If you are low on budget, get the Standard Admission Tickets. If you want to explore other attractions near the museum, get either the Treasures of the Habsburgs Combined Ticket or the Imperial Carriage Museum + Imperial Treasury Museum.

Are guided Imperial Treasury Vienna tours available?

Guided tours and audio guides are not included in the Imperial Treasury Vienna tickets. However, you can pay at the venue and get one if you need it.

Are discounts available on Imperial Treasury Vienna Tickets?

Yes, there are many discounts available on Imperial Treasury Vienna Tickets. Children and teenagers below 19 years of age can get access for free. Tickets at discounted prices are available for senior citizens and people with disabilities. You can get 10% off on your purchase if you buy your tickets online.

What are Imperial Treasury Vienna's opening hours?

The Imperial Treasury Vienna is open from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM from Wednesday to Monday. The museum is closed on Tuesdays.

How do I get to Imperial Treasury Vienna?

You can take a metro, bus or taxi to the Imperial Treasury Vienna. Take Bus 1A and get down at Habsburgergasse, which is just 2 minutes away from the attraction. If you prefer the metro, take U3 and get down to Herregasse. You can walk and reach the Imperial Treasury Vienna in just 4 minutes. You can also find a taxi easily to the attraction, as it is located in the heart of the city.

When is the best time to visit Imperial Treasury Vienna?

Visit the Imperial Treasury Vienna during the early opening hours between 9:00 AM to 1:00 to avoid crowds. To have the best experience, plan your visit on weekdays.

Is the Imperial Treasury Vienna Wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the Imperial Treasury Vienna is completely wheelchair accessible.

Is photography allowed at Imperial Treasury Vienna?

Photography is allowed at the Imperial Treasury Vienna, but don't use flash. Tripods are not allowed inside.

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