Imperial church (Innsbruck)

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Ferdinand I had this hall-church built in the mid-16C, to house the extraordinary Mausoleum of Emperor Maximilian. Its Gothic style is partially masked by Renaissance and Baroque additions. It also became the Tyrol's national sanctuary, containing the tomb of Andreas Hofer, hero of the 1809 insurrection. The tomb of Ferdinand II of Tyrol lies in the adjacent Silver Chapel.

Useful information

Address : 

Universitätsstr. 2, 6020 Innsbruck

Phone:

+43 512 59489510

Opening hours

9am-5pm, Sun and Bank Hols 12.30pm-5pm - €5 (visitors aged under 19); €10 combo ticket including the Tiroler Volkskunstmuseum, the Ferdinandeum, the armoury and Kaiserjägermuseum (visitors aged under 19 no charge)

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