Innsbruck: Tickets for Schloss Ambras
- See the unique chamber of art and wonders (Kunst - und Wunderkammer) with priceless objects
- Marvel at objects made of ivory or coral, portraits of people who were considered miracles and scientific objects
- See rare tournament armor, ceremonial armor for courtly festivals and the armor of famous generals in the armory
- Admire more than 200 paintings in the Habsburg portrait gallery
Schloss Ambras is one of the most important sights of Innsbruck.
At Schloss Ambras you can immerse yourself in the life and the passion for collecting of the Renaissance prince Ferdinand II (1529 - 1595): Discover his chamber of art and wonders (Kunst- und Wunderkammer), his armories, and his Antiquarium. Admire the Habsburg portrait gallery with paintings from the time of Albrecht III (1349 – 1395) to the reign of Emperor Franz II (I) (1768 – 1835). The exhibition holds more than 200 paintings of the great masters, including the most valuable works of Lukas Cranach, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Peter Paul Rubens, Anton van Dyck and Diego Velázquez.
The Chamber of Art and Wonders (Kunst- und Wunderkammer) at Schloss Ambras
The Chamber of Art and Wonders (Kunst- und Wunderkammer) of the Renaissance is an encyclopedic, universal collection, which contains the entire knowledge of the time. The collection contains not only outstanding works of art such as the Tödlein, but also scientific objects such as the attachment with compass (Aufsatz mit Kompass), objects from distant countries, such as the "Ryukyu bowl" (Ryuku-Schale), rare products of nature, corals, portraits of people who were considered "miracles" such as the hairy man (Haarmensch) and fascinating games as well as unusual musical instruments.
In the Armories, among other things, you will find rare tournament armor, ceremonial armor for courtly feasts, the armor of famous generals and the Turkish Chamber (Türkenkammer) of Ferdinand II, which documents both the fear of the Turks and the enthusiasm for the Orient in the 16th century.
- Admission to Schloss Ambras in Innsbruck
- Audio guide and guided tour (you can come with a private tour guide)
Prepare for the activity
Only 1 tour guide per group (voucher booking) receives free admission if they accompany the group to the museum.
A group consists of at least 10 people. For groups with less than 10 people, no free admission for a guide will be provided. An additional tour guide and an accompanying person will be charged as regular paying visitors.
State-certified tourist guides always receive free admission.