The exposition is housed in a building located near the Hofburg Palace. The museum is named after Ferdinand II, the Austrian Archduke revered in Innsbruck. This ruler was a philanthropist and collector. He collected valuable works of art in his Ambras palace, which were later donated to various museums. Ferdinandeum boasts an extensive collection of artifacts from the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages.
Museumstraße 15, Innsbruck
+43 512 59489
Best of the museums in Innsbruck in my opinion. If you like old stuff in glass cases then come here.
Regional art museum with a fine collection of Renaissance Italian art and paintings from the Dutch Golden Age, including a small but beautiful Rembrandt. There should be a collection of 20th century local art including pictures by Eggar-Lienz, but sa.. Read more »dly little of this seems to be on display currently (or if it was, we could not find it). The gallery does not provide a floor by floor guide to visitors, which is unhelpful, nor is there one on the website. Some rooms seemed to be empty. Still well worth a visit but disappointing if, like me, you are an Eggar-Lienz enthusiast.
Definitely worth to visit! Amazing expositions, beautiful interior, loved it!
We really enjoyed the exhibit on conservation, very interesting. Lots of beautiful artworks displayed over the rest of the museum, there was even someone working live on a conservation project! Our ticket gets us into a few other museums across innsb.. Read more »ruck, good to know if you plan to do a few. £12 euros each. Good views of the city from the top floor
The exhibition seems random, with not much information and some rooms being empty
Important art collection, which is actually far more interesting than Schloss Ambras. If you have to choose just one, choose this one, the Ferdinandeum.
Outstanding collections presented in very adequate rooms! The artworks are in perfect condition. Paintings in wonderful marvellous fitting frames. Always a pleasure to see.
very cool artwork here
Edson Bittencourt Imperic
I actually came to this museum only because of the "nature morte" paintings that I like very much, and it turned up to be a very interesting museum. If you like medieval art, this is a good museum to visit.
Excellent in every way. Not to be missed the interactive exposition, it was so good!
The video of " disgusting" dancing should not be in the Museum like this.
The app took a bit of setting up for the audio guide, and it didn't always work. Still, a very interesting exhibition and we'll worth an hour or so. Even the Rembrandt is enough reason to visit.
Also on sunny days it is worthwhile to have a look at the museum. Goethe's travel to Italy exhibition will not be around all the time, but there is more to see. The Goethe exhibition is nicely done and gives a perspective on the broad interests.. Read more » and capabilities of the man. The basics are around (clothing, paintings, sculptures) and there is a touch of broad interest which is nice. The other parts of the museum are more standard and will not keep you for long. Some of the artwork is really nice, but the majority is average and there are no interactive 'intermezzo's' to extend your stay. We had a nice time for about 2hrs (with two juveniles).
Amazing exhibition which starts from prehistoric art to modern. It is a pity all the descriptions are in German. Be sure to ask the audio-guide tablet in several languages. Even with that, not everything is covered and there are some stands for which.. Read more » it doesn't work. Therefore having more information at least in English it would be good.
This is wonderful place. I was enter o he museum for last hour but it was really nice to watch this during in my life. Vey friendly staff is working here. And they share leaflets freely for visitors. Appreciate their job.
Best location in Innsbruck to enjoy Panorama view. Highly recommended .. Also visit restaurants 1809 for great food with beautiful view.
Excellent museum. Very well laid out and had done great treasures. Archeology section does not include English language descriptions beside items in display so the audio tour is a necessity.