Innsbruck barrier-free

Innsbruck, Burggraben 3

Innsbruck - Goldenes Dachl


The most famous landmark of the state capital of Tyrol is the Golden Roof in the Gothic old town. A few streets behind it is St. Jacob's Cathedral. Stroll along Maria-Theresien-Straße to the Triumph Gate. And then enjoy the peace and quiet under the shady trees in the Hofgarten near the Hofburg.

Golden Roof Museum
Built as the residence of the Tyrolean sovereigns. The magnificent dungeon with the 2657 gold-plated copper shingles was added by Emperor Maximilian I. Permanent exhibition on Emperor Maximilian I and the late Middle Ages in Tyrol.
To reach the museum by elevator, please report to the cash desk. Disabled-accessible toilet.

Imperial Palace
Built in the late Gothic style under Archduke Sigmund and Emperor Maximilian I, redesigned under Empress Maria Theresia, state hall, chapel, showrooms.
Entrance for wheelchair users in the Great Castle Courtyard (please ring the bell). At the first staircase there is a stair lift, then a lift to the exhibition rooms. Disabled toilets on the ground floor and second floor.

Court Church
Built 1555-65, most important German imperial tomb (pseudo grave of Maximilian I) surrounded by 28 life-size bronze figures.
Outside ramp at the entrance Tyrolean Folk Art Museum One of the most beautiful Alpine collections: rooms, traditional costumes, farm equipment, carnival masks, nativity scenes. 2 steps to the museum door, elevator in the museum

Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum
Significant and comprehensive collections from art history to archaeology, history, natural sciences and music make the Ferdinandeum a museum of international standing.
Barrier-free entrance via the backyard, elevator in the museum

Tirol panorama - Imperial Infantry Museum
The largest painted work of art in Tyrol, the giant circular painting
All areas are accessible by wheelchair, there is a wheelchair accessible toilet and a rental wheelchair

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