Imperial Crypt, Vienna

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Imperial Crypt, Vienna - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Tegetthoffstraße 2, 1010 Wien, Austria

Phone: +43-1512685316

Ticket Price: 6 EUR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Kapuziner Crypt is a burial chamber that rests beneath the Capuchin church and monastery that was founded in 1618. Ever since its inception, this place has been the significant one for the entombment of members of theHouse of Habsburg. Today, it houses the bones of 145 Habsburg royalty, along with urns containing the hearts or cremated remains of four others including 12 emperors and 18 empresses. Although a form of cemetery, this is still an attraction of Vienna city owing to its tradition of preserving the remains of royalty. 

Imperial Crypt Ticket Prices

  • Adults: € 5.50
  • Family: €12.00
  • Senior citizens, students, Groups: € 4,50
  • Students up to 14 years €2.50

How To reach Imperial Crypt by Public Transport

  • By Subway: U1 and U3 to Stephansplatz or U1, U2 and U4 to Karlsplatz.

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  • The Kaisergruft sounds more dark and deathlike than it actually is. The coffins are really beautiful and the tour quite historical. The most interesting part is that they seperated the intestines (especially the heart) and the skeleton. You can't see any of the skeletons or organs thought. Nice to see but probably more interesting for undertakers or historians.

  • I was rather disappointed with this place. Expect to see hundreds of coffins (1 was really huge taking like half room) and one skull on a coffin. That is pretty much about it. Unless you are a huge history lover, I would not recommend you to visit this place.

  • This was by far one of my favorite places in Vienna The sepulcres were just incredible - you definitely get the sense of majesty and luxury.

  • Most amazing coffins you will ever see! Beautiful decorations as well as some pretty creepy skulls and stuff. Very small but interesting museum.

  • I love this place for all the history. Might be a bit creepy to others

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