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Universitaetsstrasse 2, Innsbruck 6020, Austria
43 0 512 584302
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Universitaetsstrasse 2, Innsbruck 6020, Austria
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Extremely rude ticket office lady working on the 18th August. Our guide book said the church was open until 6pm in the summer period, she wouldn't let us in, refused to look at us, just waved her hands at us and said it was closed....More

Thank Mel414
Reviewed 1 week ago

We did the tour of the church to see the inside and the tomb of Emperor Maximillian. Be sure to get the combo ticket for 4 euros more to see the museum as well upstairs. We missed out on that part of the visit. We...More

Thank publiussulla
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Hofkirche (court church) is a beautiful gothic church built in 1553 by Emperor Ferdinand I as a memorial to his grandfather Emperor Maximilian I whose cenopath is in the middle of the church and is a wonderful ornate art piece. The statutes to the...More

Thank julia a
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

inside the church is made interesting by the large very realistically bronze casting of many of the ancestors of Max 1 who tomb dominates in the middle. It would have been much more interesting in they had some information panels of who each person was...More

Thank davidhughtaylor
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I do not like visiting several churches and other cultural places in one day - so I always pick 1 to be able to enjoy more... this one was a great pick - unusual from several aspects - including the design and purpose. The presentation...More

Thank kmarko
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A set of wonderfully crafted statues overlooking the burial place of Maximilian. A very nice visit to make.

Thank walid m
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Though pretty plain on the exterior this royal church near the Hofburg is an explosion of history, art, sculpture and architecture on the inside. It was built in the mid 1500s by Ferdinand I as a church and mausoleum to his grandfather Maximilian I. At...More

Thank George S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited the Hofkirche on June 10. We bought a ticket which included a multi-media show and a visit to the Hofkirche. However, as we entered the premises ,we asked a staffer , a woman , where we could see the multi-media show. She just...More

1  Thank SameerBombay_India
Reviewed 16 July 2017

An incredibly opulent memorial dominates this church with its detailed carvings and screen, surrounded by 28 massive bronze statues of famous monarchs. Unique and amazing! Must be seen if in Innsbruck.

1  Thank dbennett1
Reviewed 11 July 2017

The Tomb of Emperor Maaximilian 1 is mind blowing and you will not be disappointed by visiting the church in which it is housed.

1  Thank Paul A
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