Bad Egart Royal and Imperial Museum

A real paradise for fans of the Habsburg Monarchy with a fantastic collection of antiques and other interesting items! Bad Egart is South Tyrol’s oldest spa watering place. The health-giving waters here were first mentioned in 1430 but it is believed that water cures have been popular here since Roman times. Visitors today can see some of the medicinal springs, various wood-panelled rooms which house the rich Habsburg collection, a complete Biedermeier-style kitchen and various other folklore items and antiques.

Special Exhibition Sisi & Franz:
The special exhibition is dedicated to Empress Elisabeth and Emperor Franz Joseph I. Franz Joseph, who ruled the Habsburg monarchy for over 68 years, and his wife Elisabeth, known as Sisi, were popular figures of their time. The couple embodied the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1918. Sisi, marked by contradictions and a life away from the strict court ceremonial, became a cult figure. The exhibition sheds light on their lives through over 4,000 exhibits and invites you to discover the myth of this imperial couple.

  • adults € 12,50
  • family ticket (2 adults with children up to 18 years) € 29,50
  • reduced admission (restaurant guests, groups of 15 or more, disabled persons, seniors (aged 65+)) € 11,50
  • scolars € 6,50

The visit of the chapel is free.

Description to arrive at destination

Vinschgau/Val Venosta (SS 38 direction Meran/Merano) – Töll/Tel

Bozen/Bolzano MEBO-Highway (direction Meran/Merano) – State Street SS38 (direction Reschenpass/ Passo Resia) – Töll/Tel

The museum is next to the train station in Tel.

Public transport
Timetable search:
Opening hours: 29 maart 2024 - 3 november 2024
10:30 - 15:00
Was de inhoud nuttig voor u?
Hartelijk dank voor uw feedback!
Dank u!