The Imperial Treasury remains closed for renovation from Feb 2-26, 2016.
Fascinating treasures from the possessions of the Habsburgs, among them a "unicorn" almost two and a half meters long, are exhibited here together with the crown of Emperor Rudolf II (1552-1612). The orb and scepter, the insignia of the imperial house of Austria, were symbols of might and dignity for centuries. These pieces are set with valuable jewels; they and the intricately worked jewelry are not only witnesses of history, they are also worth a fortune.
The entrance to the Treasuries can be found in the Schweizerhof, whose name is reminiscent of the Swiss Guard that was once posted here.
Treasury (Kaiserliche Schatzkammer)Hofburg, Schweizerhof, 1010 Wien
- Your benefit with the Vienna Card:
- Visitors under 19: Free admission, Combination ticket "The Treasures of the Emperor" (treasury and morning work at the Spanish Riding School): €22.00
- We - Mo, 09:00 - 17:30
- no steps (Double swinging doors 200 cm wide )
- 110 cm wide and 140 cm low , Door 80 cm wide
- Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
Special offers for people with disabilities
Wheelchair rental (reserve at least one day ahead)
Exhibition rooms: 20 steps and elevator.
Old Spiritual Treasury (exhibition rooms of the treasuries next to the Hofburg chapel): Can only be reached from outside via steps.
- Main entrance