The carriage in which she was introduced as the imperial bride is shown, as are the enchanting carriages of her children, or the breathtaking golden imperial carriage, in which she was driven to her coronation in Budapest; the carriage in which the legendary empress was riding just before her assassination in Geneva is also exhibited. At the end of this series of carriages is the imposing black hearse in which Sisi was carried to her grave.
The only existing saddle of the empress and her splendid black riding outfit can also be seen in the exhibition as well as the train of her bridal dress which was embroidered with real gold and silver. Paintings and unique objects from her personal possessions as well as portraits of her favorite horses are also shown: the empress was considered the best horsewoman of her time.
Imperial Carriage Museum Vienna (Kaiserliche Wagenburg Wien)Schönbrunner Schlossstraße, 1130 Wien
- Your benefit with the Vienna Card: 1€ off
Daily 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- November to April
- (Double swinging doors )
Main entrance: steps (more than 3 cm), double doors (each 68 cm wide), entrance to the collection: double swinging doors, total width 130cm, exhibition area: flat floors, wheelchair-accessible. Second floor area reachable via steps (width 128 cm, 12 steps, landing, then 155 cm, 10 steps, handrail on both sides of the steps, 100 cm high). Restroom outside Coach Collection.
- Main entrance