Imperial Treasury Of Vienna, Vienna

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Imperial Treasury Of Vienna, Vienna - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Hofburg, Schweizerhof, 1010 Wien, Austria

Phone: +43-152524

Ticket Price: 12 EUR

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:30 pm Details

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About Imperial Treasury Of Vienna, Vienna

The Imperial Treasury, also known as Kaiserliche Schatzkammer is a museum that houses a valuable collection of royal treasures that are divided into two collections- the Secular Treasury and the Ecclesiastical Treasury. The Secular Treasury has on display significant and ‘a favourite with the crowds’ objects such as the Imperial Crown, the Crown of Emperor Rudolf II, items of the Order of the Golden Geese and the Holy Lance. The Ecclesiastical Treasury houses a wide range of items from Europe’s religious eras, from Catholicism to Catholic Reformation and onwards.

Imperial Treasury Of Vienna Ticket Prices

Single entry to Imperial Treasury of Vienna

  • Adults: EUR 12,00
  • Vienna Card Holders: EUR 11,00
  • Reduced: EUR 9,00
  • Children under 19: Free

Imperial Treasury Of Vienna Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last entry is at 5:00 pm.

How To reach Imperial Treasury Of Vienna by Public Transport

  • Burgring tram stop.
  • Dr.Karl Renner Ring tram stop.
  • Volkstheater subway stop.

Restaurants Near Imperial Treasury Of Vienna

  • Cafe Hofburg
  • Starbucks

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  • The really good stuff is over at the Art History museum. That said, getting to see royal garb and crown jewels is always fun. Their precious stones collection was fair, but not nearly as expansive as I would have hoped. The ecclesiastical Treasury took up at least half the tour though, and honestly you've seen one "piece of the true cross" and you've seen them all. And they had like two dozen of them. The spear of destiny was neat though. Worth the entrance cost and time spent (about 2 hours).

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  • Fascinating collection of very special and unique items. There are porcelain and silverware collections that are probably unparalleled anywhere else in the world. Allow at least 2 hours to cover the whole museum. You can buy a combination ticket with the main art history museum nearly.

  • This was a great treasury, with an impressive collection. It was very informative and I thought it was also well set out

  • Excellent collection consisting of symbols of power, luxury by the empire and churches of the past. Costs €12 for an adult and an additional €4 for audio guide. The audio guide is required as their is little information for those who opt out of the guides. Well worth your time during your visit to Vienna.

  • Nice place, very small exhibition. Not too many items on display. The London treasury is much better and bigger. Here there're item from the 10th century, up to the last century. I think there are much more interesting places to visit.

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