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Town Museum and Museum Golden Roof Innsbruck

Learn all about the city history Innsbruck

The museum "Golden Roof" is the memorial for the emperor Maximilian I. (1459 – 1519), who was one of the most important personalities in Europe and left many traces in his favorite city Innsbruck.

There you can find a beautiful bay window, that was built with 2657 fire gilded copper tiles and was a commissioned work under emperor Maximilian I in 1500.

Visitors are guided through the exhibition with an audio guide and can learn more about the life of the emperor Maximilian I. The museum also underlines his political, commercial and cultural importance for Europe.

An impressive highlight is the view from the bay window to the old town Innsbruck.

ISIC holders pay only € 2,40 per person for their ticket instead of € 4,80.

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