Hofburg Palace

Hofburg Palace was built in the 13th century as a former imperial palace. The building sits in central Vienna and is home to complex baroque interiors, a silver museum and the Sisi museum.

Sisi Museum

A good two hours can be spent exploring the Sisi Museum which follows the life of Vienna’s former Empress Elisabeth (Sisi for short) who married into the Habsburg court life at a young age. Over 300 objects in the museum explorer her upbringing around the royals, her struggles with the death of her son and her kinship with Hungry.

How To Get Here

The Hofburg sits in the centre of Vienna and can be accessed by train, bus, underground or on foot. Take underground U3 to Herrengasse or Bus 1A and 2A to Hofburg. From here it’s just a short walk to the museum which is on the north-east side of the palace and can be spotted by the copper dome which sits outside.

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