Landeszeughaus

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  • Address: Herrengasse 16, 8010 Graz, Austria
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +43316-80179810
  • Ticket Price: 9 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Specialty Museums

30000 pieces of arms and armoury make up the biggest and most fascinating collection of this kind in Austria, and indeed, the world. Styria between the 15th and 18th centuries used to be in almost constant conflict. This armoury came about from the need to stockpile large quantities of armour and weapons between 1642-1645. As such, this collection is also original. The museum has four levels, each of which is absolutely thrilling - firearms, swords, sabres, polearms, artillery and armours for both men and horses – they have it all. The guides at the place are very knowledgeable, and will be delighted to discuss the collection with you.

  • Call and ask the attraction about guided tours in your preferred language.
  • Check out the museum shop.
  • Fully disabled accessible, apart from the irregular floor in the upper floors.

  • EUR 7 or more for the disabled; groups of 7.
  • EUR 3 for students, military personnel and civil servants.
  • Free for under 6.
  • EUR 18 for families.

  • November – March: Tours are guided and with appointment only.

  • Tram No 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 14 Hauptplatz/Congress tram stop
  • Graz Opernring Bus Stop
  • Graz Andreas-Hofer-Platz: Buses 140, 200, 220, 300, 324, 350, 470, 500, 560, 570, 631, 650, 5370.

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  • Landeszeughaus Address: Herrengasse 16, 8010 Graz, Austria
  • Landeszeughaus Contact Number: +43316-80179810
  • Landeszeughaus Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Landeszeughaus Price: 9 EUR
  • Time required to visit Landeszeughaus: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 56.09% of people who visit Graz include Landeszeughaus in their plan

  • 46.67% of people start their Landeszeughaus visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Landeszeughaus

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

88.89% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Landeszeughaus

People normally club together Sporgasse and Hauptplatz while planning their visit to Landeszeughaus.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • A great place to visit, if you love middle ages and history, but you have to know that in the period from November to March, it have only guided tour from 1 o'clock, it doesn't have a free tours on the museum. Our guied was perfect, positive and told us a lot of information. This place its the original armory store of Graz from middle ages. Recommend to visit.

  • If you're into medieval weaponry / warfare and have a significant other who possesses the patience of a saint you should totally go here. The Styrian armoury is the largest storehouse of medieval arms and armour in the world, and getting to have an up close experience with some of the really fine artistic details on these pieces is really special. There are no placards explaining what you're looking at (just a little booklet they had you), so maybe invest in either the audio or guided tour depending on how much ice cream you can afford to buy your partner to make up for the time investment.

  • Amaizing collection of weapons From the Middle Ages. warm recommendation for a visit.

  • Amazing historical place to visit.

  • It's a must visit if you are in Graz. People from Graz said that this is one of the largest collection of medieval arms in Europe, a statement that I was too lazy to verify. However, just the sheer amount of arms in display was amazing. The staff were friendly and helpful. Only complaint though was the way it was displayed. For instance, all the guns were stacked in a shelf, and there is not really a way to see the intricate details of trigger mechanisms of some of those. You are allowed to take photos without flash, and also ask the staff if any questions, some may answer. Overall a fine place to visit.

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