Want to know what royal hygiene was like in the 16th century? Skip the line and find out at Ambras Castle, which offers the chance to see the only preserved bathing facility left from that era! See several amazing art collections, the intricately decorated Spanish Hall, and step back to Innsbruck's imperial past.
- * Entrance to Ambras Castle
- * Audio guide (available on site for a small extra charge)
- * Guided tour (available on site for a small extra charge)
- * Habsburg Portrait Gallery & Collection of Gothic Sculptures: Only open to the public April - October * **Guided tours (60min, €3): Apr-Oct: Daily, 11:00 & 14:30, Dec-Mar: Sat & Sun, 11:00** Getting There = * Tram: Line 6, final stop Igls, get off at Tummelplatz. From there, it's about 6 minutes walking downhill * Tram: Line 3, final stop Ambras, get off at Philippine-Welser-Straße. From there, it's 10-15 minutes walking uphill * Bus: Line C, final stop Luigenstraße, get off at Luigenstraße. From there, it's 10 minutes walking uphill through Schlosspark * The Sightseer Bus goes to Schloss Ambras Innsbruck every half hour * Visitors under 19 get in for free * Reduced tickets available on-site for seniors 65+, students, and disabled visitors + 1 carer (all with a valid ID, student ID, or certificate) Skip the lines at the main entrance and show your smartphone ticket to get in.
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