We are glad to welcoming you back to Schloss Ambras Innsbruck.
The safety of our visitors and staff is our top priority. Extensive safety measures are in place to ensure that your visit is an untroubled and enriching experience.
Please note the following regulations and measures for your visit:
- Keep a distance of at least one metre to all persons who are not members of your own household.
- The wearing of a mouth and nose protector is obligatory during the visit. Our Guest Service on site will gladly provide you with a disposable mask. Discover our special designer fabric face masks at our online shop and be touched by art.
- If you use our elevators, please do so only alone or with persons who live in your household.
- We recommend that you purchase your ticket online before your visit in order to avoid the queues at the cash desk. You can enter the museum directly with your online ticket.
Contactless payment is possible at our cash desks, too.
- Audio guides will be disinfected according to the regulations in place after each use.
- The cloakroom will not be staffed. Please use one of our many lockers.
- Disinfectants are available for use throughout the building.
- Wash-rooms and toilets will be cleaned more frequently and all door handles and frequently touched areas throughout the building will be cleaned several times a day.
- The Café-Restaurant in the cupola hall is open during museum opening hours, safety regulations apply. The tables are set out so that guests can keep sufficient distance. Find more information here.
Please turn to our staff, who will be happy to answer any questions!
Schloss Ambras – Secret Places
In this short documentary Dr. Veronika Sandbichler shows secret places in and around Schloss Ambras Innsbruck.
On Horseback – The Equestrian Statue of Archduke Leopold V.
2 July 2020 to 31 October 2020
The Leopold Fountain in Innsbruck, one of the city’s most important sights, is an extraordinary masterpiece of early Baroque bronze sculpture. The equestrian statue depicting the titular eponymous Tyrolean ruler Archduke Leopold V (1586–1632) as well as nymphs and river gods brought international renown to court embosser Caspar Gras.