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Kapuziner Crypt (Kapuzinergruft)

Tegetthoffstrasse 2, Vienna 1010, Austria
43 1 512 68 53
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If you want to see a different perspective on the monarchy then you can see their final resting... read more

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Very modest Church in Vienna city center is a location of Habsburg Imperial tombs. Chursh is... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Tegetthoffstrasse 2, Vienna 1010, Austria
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Reviewed yesterday

If you want to see a different perspective on the monarchy then you can see their final resting place here. Many royal family members buried here - includes the tombs of Franz Josef and Sisi.

Thank Travelyn103
Reviewed 2 days ago

Very modest Church in Vienna city center is a location of Habsburg Imperial tombs. Chursh is realtively small if to compare with Stefansdom and other big religious buildings in Vienna - but historical impact is really strong. If you are into history, its must to...More

Thank Петр Л
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was very impressive. Many, many sarcophagi of the members of the Habsburg Dynasty are here. It's almost 400 years old. The sarcophagus of the beloved "Sisi" is here, too. The church is very non descriptive from the outside. We actually didn't see it right...More

Thank Martini1014
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was fascinating to see the crypts after going to the palaces, seeing all the Habsburg in their final resting places. Some of the coffins were just magnificent. The building was light and airy, not at all spooky.

Thank Mthetraveler
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Europeans know about the history to keep their dead emperors below churches and cathedrals. But this is really special: One of the most powerful families in European history (Habsburger) has gathered below a small chapel - real understatement. The last member just joined in 2014....More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a fascinating place. The burial vaults are incredible pieces of art. Good way to spend an hour or so, and it is not expensive to get in.

Thank jrzygrl1954
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Almost hidden beneath the Kapuzinerkirch are the vaults of the Kaisergruft or imperial crypt which was founded in 1619. There the remains of 138 Habsburgs have been laid to rest in a series of elaborate tombs. The last reigning Habsburg died in 1989 how're the...More

Thank Evets54
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Imperial Crypt also called the Capuchin Crypt, is a burial chamber beneath the Capuchin Church and monastery in Vienna, Austria. It was founded in 1618 and dedicated in 1632, and located on the Neuer Markt square of the Innere Stadt, near the Hofburg Palace....More

Thank Muntazar R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great trouble finding this place. Had to stop and ask multiple people before someone gave us correct directions. Fascinating to see all these famous crypts in one place. Unfortunately there were no tours today and they ran out of English guides to read. But we...More

Thank organizedplanner
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A site of historical importance and fascination if you are interested in the Habsburg dynasty. There are many stairs from the main entrance and I did not notice a lift.

Thank Traveltoad48
Inner City
In Vienna's best-known district, pedestrian boulevards
Kärntner Strasse and Graben connect you with landmarks
such as the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera),
Vienna’s iconic Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral)
and the vast compound of Hofburg, the Habsburgs’
former Imperial Palace. Peek down side streets such as
Annagasse and Weihburggasse, and Graben’s Seilergasse
and Habsburggasse, to get a feel for the centre. The
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Tom G
Is there a guide available for a group of 5
18 August 2015|
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Response from Florian K | Reviewed this property |
Hi. According to their website there is the possibility of having a guided tour that takes ~1,5 hours. You will have to pre-book because the guide is apparently not on-site all the time. You can find more information on... More