The Court Church in Innsbruck with the tomb of Emperor Maximilian I is the most important monument in Tyrol and the most magnificent emperor’s sepulchre in Europe. It houses the tomb of the Emperor Maximilian I, the most important historical monument in Tyrol. The cenotaph is ringed by 28 larger than life bronze statues representing the Emperor’s ancestors and his heroes of antiquity. The cenotaph itself is decorated with marble reliefs depicting scenes from the Emperor’s life, and in the gallery stand a number of bronze statues representing saints from the Habsburg line. Other points of interest in the Court Church are the Ebert organ, more than 450 years old, Andreas Hofer’s funerary monument and the Silver Chapel with the sarcophagus of Philippine Welser.

5 March, Carnival, 9 am – midday
24 May, 10.30 - 17 pm
24 May, 19 - 22 pm (Lange Nacht der Kirchen), free entrance
5 October, 9 am – 5 pm and 6 pm – 12 am (ORF Lange Nacht der Museen)
24 December, 9 am – 4 pm, free entrance
25 December, 12.30 pm - 5 pm, free entrance via main entrance 
31 December, 9 am - 2 pm

1 January, 12.30 pm - 5 pm, free entrance via main entrance

in German, English, Italian, and French included in the admission price (if available, please make a reservation for your group)

T +43/512/594 89 – 514,