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- Address: Tegetthoffstraße 2, 1010 Wien, Austria, Vienna
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +43-1512685316
- Ticket Price: 6 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
Imperial Crypt - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Imperial Crypt
1.01% of people who visit Vienna include Imperial Crypt in their plan
57.14% of people start their Imperial Crypt visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Imperial Crypt
80% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Imperial Crypt
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Imperial Crypt, Vienna Reviews
Spooky. I recommend it. Not to expensive. It is interesting to know that only the body is held in the chappel, the hart and other stuff are located somewhere else.
Astonishing place with some amazing sarcophagi... we didn't expect anything like it. An hour is plenty, but well worth taking a look.
A nice place to visit when you are in Vienna, but it is rather small. You can see the whole place in 30 mins if you want to. Also information is rather limited when you don't take an audio tour. Price wise it is a bit too expensive for my liking.
The imperial crypt of the habsburg family. Magnificent bronze sarcophagi in it's various underground chambers. I would rate this as a must so in Vienna.
Breathtaking ! Worth paying an extra couple of Euros for a guided tour available in German and English. The Hapsburg family are a vast complicated family. The guide gave us some extra info such as cause of death, personality traits etc. All signs beside sarcophagus are in German.