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Sisi Ticket

With the Sisi Ticket on the trail of Empress Elisabeth at Schönbrunn, the Hofburg and the Imperial Furniture Collection.

Ideal for all Sisi fans: premium-value combination ticket including admission to three top imperial attractions:

Schloß Schönbrunn

Tour of the Palace - Grand Tour with audioguide
This tour includes 40 rooms and takes approximately 50 minutes. Besides the 22 rooms seen on the Imperial Tour you'll also see the precious 18th-century interiors from the time of Maria Theresa.
(U4 Schönbrunn station)

Hofburg Wien

Imperial Apartments - Sisi Museum - Imperial Silver Collection with audio guide
Visit the historic apartments of Emperor Franz Joseph and Elisabeth and admire the magnificent Habsburg collections of silver and porcelain! At the Sisi Museum you can explore the unusual personality of Elisabeth and the many different facets of her character.
(1010 Vienna, entrance Michaelerkuppel, U3 station Herrengasse)

Imperial Furniture Collection

On display at the museum is a unique exhibition of furniture ranging from the Baroque to Biedermeier, Historicism, the Vienna Modernist movement and comtemporary Austrian furniture design. A specially dedicated Sis(s)i Path leads you through the exhibition "Sissi in the movie - Imperial Furniture for the set".
(1070 Vienna, Andreasgasse 7, U3 station Zieglergasse) Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm. Monday = day off!

Special advantage of the Sisi Ticket 

  • The Sisi Ticktet is valid for one year from the date of issue
  • The Sisi Ticket entitles you to one visit to all the attractions included
  • Fast-track admission to the tour of Schönbrunn Palace

Prices valid from 1 April 2013 to 14 March 2015 

Adults € 25,50
Children € 15,00

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