Medieval glory in the amazing scenery of Innsbruck

Glorious is the right word to describe this Ambras castle that is located in the stunning scenery of Innsbruck.

Ambras castle’s ” Chamber of art and wonders ” presents the unique and rare collection of items collectted by Archduke Ferdinand II.

For art lovers Ambras castle has lot to offer. In additions to items and portraits there are changing exhibitions. You can read more info here: http://www.schlossambras-innsbruck.at/en/visit/exhibitions/

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Time flies while you wander in the glamorous halls of the Ambras castle.

Open:

  • daily 10 a.m – 5 p.m
  • closed in November
  • Admission before 4.30 p.m

Prices in October – March:

  • adults 12,00€/ person
  • under 19 years old free entry
  • family ticket (2 adults + max 3 children) 22,00€/ family

Prices in April – September:

  • adults 8,00€/ person
  • under 19 years old free entry
  • family ticket (2 adults + max 3 children) 14,00€/ family
  • Guided tour 3,00€/ person
  • Audioguide in English, German, Italian and French
  • Price for audioguide 3,00 / person, 5,00€/ 2 persons and 6,00€/ family (2 adults + max 3 children)
  • Payment by debitcard, Visa, Master and Amex
  • The parking place is located in a municipal parking zone, parking fees are charged daily from 9 am to 7 pm. You can only pay by coins 0,70€/ 0,5h.
  • Dogs are not allowed in the museum, but are welcome in the Park of Ambras Castle on a leash.
  • Photographing is allowed for personal use. Tripods, monopods and flash lighting are prohibited at all times. There are areas where photographing is not allowed and that is shown by separate signs.
  • The tour in a castle will take around two hours and if you love art it might take up to four hours.
  • Ambras castle cafeteria has salads, baguettes, soups etc. for a suitable price. The cafeteria is open everyday from 10am to 5pm.
  • Ambras castle has a shop where you can find a diverse selection of books, children toys and other items.

https://www.schlossambras-innsbruck.at/en/

4 Responses to “Schloss Ambras Innsbruck”

  1. Ed
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    Very informative, helpful and beautiful pictures. Hope more people planning to visit Austria will find your site. Thanks for putting this site together- this makes my trip planning a lot more fun

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