- Your key Vienna sightseeing all on one ticket! Access to the world-famous Schönbrunn Palace, the Hofburg palace and the Imperial Furniture Museum
- Walk in the footsteps of Empress Sisi, and get to know more about the daily life of the mighty Habsburgs
- It's a stretch to see three sites this size in one day. Therefore this smartphone ticket is valid for one year, so you can plan your visit on different days
In her time, Empress Sisi was a treasured figure, renowned as the most beautiful woman in the country. Her remarkable life has inspired many books, movies and even a French Canadian cartoon (!). This single ticket gets you skip the line access (plus audio guides) to three great attractions: Schönbrunn Palace, the Hofburg Palace and the Imperial Furniture Museum. You'll feel like royalty - specifically: the Empress Consort of Austria.
Her name was Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie of Bavaria - but you probably know her as Sisi - Empress of Austria. Walk in the steps of this beloved monarch as you explore these three Habsburg monuments.Schönbrunn Palace
Schönbrunn is Austria's most famous palace and one of its most visited tourist attractions. The enormous complex consists of 1441 rooms, of which 40 of the most beautiful are open to the public.
Grab your audio guide and learn about the history as you walk through the Hall of Ceremonies, known for its monumental paintings. And the Marie Antoinette room, with its table laid with exquisite procelain and silver, for a 'casual' family dinner.
Follow up your Schönbrunn visit with an even closer look into the life of Sisi and her husband Francis Joseph.Hofburg Palace
The Hofburg Palace, in the center of Vienna, was the center of the Habsburg life; it was the day-to-day home of many members of the Habsburg dynasty, Including - of course - Sisi and her adored husband Francis Joseph.
Inside (again, with audio guide) you'll have access to the Imperial Apartments (where you can see the Emperor's office and the enormous Audience Hall), the Sisi Museum - dedicated to the captivating Empress, and the Imperial Silver Collection - which will make you want to throw out all your old mismatched cutlery.Imperial Furniture Collection
Top your Sisi-adventure off with a visit to the Imperial Furniture Collection, where you'll find five centuries worth of royal furniture attractively laid out in the place where they did all the upkeep and repairs. Keep an eye out for the unique wheeled Baroque easychair.
Do all three in one jam-packed day, or spread your visits out over a couple different days. Whichever mode you choose, this is the perfect way to get to know more about the Habsburgs (who made this city the capital of their empire), and become enchanted by the beloved Empress Sisi.
Schönbrunner Schloss Strasse 47, 1130
- One ticket valid for one year and allows you to visit each site once
- Skip the line access to Schloss Schönbrunn
- Skip the line access to the Hofburg Palace (Imperial Apartments, Sisi Museum and Silver Collection)
- Skip the line access to the Imperial Furniture Museum
- Accompanying audio guide at all locations except Furniture Museum
- All other rooms and attractions in the Hofburg Palace
- 1 April - 30 June: 08:00 - 17:30
- 1 July - 31 August: 08:30 - 18:30
- 1 September - 31 October: 08:30 - 17:30
- 1 November - 31 March: 08:30 - 17:00
- 1 September - 30 June: 09:00 - 17:30
- 1 July - 31 August: 09:00- - 18:00
Imperial Furniture Museum
- 15 March - 27 November: 10:00 - 18:00
- 29 November - 18 December, Tue - Sun: 10:00 - 18:00
- 20 December - 8 January: 10:00 - 18:00
- Metro: U4, stop Schönbrunn
- Tram: 10 and 58, stop Schloss Schönbrunn
- Bus: 10A, stop Schloss Schönbrunn
- Address: Schönbrunner Schlossstrasse 47
- Metro: U3, stop Herrengasse
- Address: Michaelerkuppel
Imperial Furniture museum
- Metro: U3, stop Zieglergasse
- Address: Andreasgasse 7