Imperial Carriage Museum Vienna Admission Ticket
Step into the fascinating world of royal Viennese traveling coaches at the Imperial Carriage Museum - a paradise for history buffs and automobile enthusiasts alike!
- Witness some of the finest carriages from the Austro-Hungarian Empire
- Examine over 170 fabulous vehicles that exemplify the extravagant lives of Viennese nobles before the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
- Get an opportunity to view an array of fascinating vehicle designs such as the black-and-gold embossed coronation landau of 1825
- Walk in the footsteps of Empress Elisabeth as you explore the ‘Sisi Trail’ that showcases her personal possessions
- Attend a special exhibition about bygone pandemics that ravaged Europe between 1500 and 1918 (only available between 18 Dec 2020 to 11 Apr 2021)
- Entrance ticket to the Imperial Carriage Museum
- Audio Guide
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The Imperial Carriage Museum hosts a unique collection of horse-driven carriages, motor vehicles, and other locomotives that symbolize the enchanting world of European royalty. The museum’s exhibits have been widely regarded as the most well-preserved fleet of royal wagons and cars in Europe. Besides the vehicles, the museum also has a wide range of opulent ceremonial robes, servants’ livery, and harnesses on display. The moment you step inside, you will find yourself transported to the era of Maria Theresa, Napoleon Bonaparte, Franz Joseph, and several other prominent figures of the 18th and early 19th century. The Imperial Carriage Museum is particularly well-known for its assortment of royal items that once belonged to Empress Elisabeth (‘Sisi’), including her wedding carriage, saddle, and imperial clothes.
From 18 Dec 2020 to 11 Apr 2021, the museum will also host a special exhibition titled ‘Corona’s Ancestors - Masks and Epidemics at the Viennese Court 1500 - 1918’. As the name suggests, the exhibition will explore the lives and political upheavals surrounding several harrowing pandemics that were rampant between the 16th and 20th centuries. The event aims to foster a broader understanding of how we lived in the perpetual fear of epidemics for most of human history. Some of the most characteristic objects that served as witnesses of past pandemics, such as carnival and tournament masks worn by nobles of the Viennese court, will also be on display. You will also see Habsburg’s ‘garments of mourning’ and fascinating documents that talk about the history of vaccination.
know before you go
COVID Safety Measures
- All guests must wear masks at all times
- Hand sanitizer will be provided throughout accessible areas of the attraction
- Guests must respect locally-enforced social distancing measures
- A temperature screening might take place before entering the attraction to rule out signs of COVID-19
- The last admission will be 15 minutes before closing time
- Photographs can be taken with the flash turned off. Tripods are not allowed in the museum
- Although it is not included with the ticket price, an audio guide can be purchased at the venue
- All parts of the museum and ongoing live events inside the museum will be accessible
- The museum is wheelchair accessible
- Please note that you will have to compulsorily present your printed ticket at the entrance
- Daily: 9am - 5pm
- Due to dismantling work, closed between 25 April to 29 April 2022.
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly
- Please print your voucher and display it with a valid photo ID at the attraction
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification
Ticket Redemption Point
- You can redeem the tickets directly at the entrance of the attraction: Imperial Carriage Museum Vienna
- Address: Schönbrunn Palace, Schloß, 1130 Wien, Austria
- The closest bus stop is Hietzing, a 2-min walk to the attraction
- The closest metro station is also Hietzing, a 2-min walk to the attraction
- Bus N60 & Subway U4 will get you here
This ticket is valid for 1 year from the date of purchase