Sisi Museum at the Hofburg
And they lived happily ever after… – The life of Empress Elisabeth began as a fairytale but ended tragically. In her former private residential rooms, we will find out more about Sisi’s personality and her life.
KHM Kunsthistorisches Museum
The Habsburg monarchs were known to be passionate art collectors. As a result, the ambitious collections from various centuries have ultimately become the foundation of the KHM art museum. We will see paintings from some of the most acclaimed painters such as Peter Paul Rubens, Albrecht Durer, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Vermeer, and others.
Part of the KHM is the Cabinet of curiosities: it houses many extraordinary and precious pieces of curiosities and exotica amongst them the famous SALIERA.
The history of the Habsburg dynasty can easily be traced back by visiting the crypt: it is the last resting place for 12 emperors and 19 empresses as well as other important royal family members. A remarkable sight worth visiting!
St. Stephen’s Cathedral
Located in the heart of Vienna, this landmark is a reminiscent of gothic architecture from the Middle Ages. We will explore the inside and outside of the cathedral and hear many stories and tales connected to its construction.
Schönbrunn Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most visited location in Vienna. Explore the summer residence of the Habsburg rulers, particularly the residential rooms of Emperor Francis Joseph and Maria Theresia.
Imperial Treasury at the Hofburg
The insignias and the vast treasury of the Holy Roman Empire and the Austrian Empire are on display in this museum. Each sparkling piece has its own fascinating story and gives us an insight into 1,000 years’ worth of history.