Kaiserliche Schatzkammer Wien

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Timings : Wednesday to Monday - 09:00 AM to 05:30 PM

Tuesdays closed. Open on public holidays.

Entry Fee : Adults: EUR 14

Students (under 25 years): EUR 12

Seniors (above 65 years): EUR 12

Visitors with Vienna City Card: EUR 13

People with disability: EUR 12 

Children and young people (under 19 years): Free

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Kaiserliche Schatzkammer Wien, Vienna Overview

The Imperial Treasury Vienna, called Kaiserliche Schatzkammer in German, is located at the Hofburg Palace and is home to thousand years of secular as well as ecclesiastical history of Europe. Among the must-see collections are the Imperial Crown, the Imperial Sword, the Holy Lance of the Roman Empire, the Imperial Crown of Austria, the sceptre and other crown jewels, the regalia of Archduchy of Austria, the Burgundian treasures, and the symbol of Bohemian Kingdom. One should also visit the displays of a giant narwhal tooth mythically believed to be the horn of a unicorn and an antique Agate bowl thought to be the Holy Grail itself. The treasury also houses one of the enormous emeralds in the world, along with other priceless jewels of great significance. The Imperial Treasury Vienna has to be entered from the Schweizerhof or the Swiss Courtyard, the oldest part of the palace.

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