We enjoyed this more than we expected to. The museum can be found through the archway on the right hand side after you have crossed the front courtyard to the Palace. Allow up to an hour. Photos are allowed. There are basic descriptions next to each of the exhibits as well as some videos, but I would recommend paying €2 for the audio-guide. We saw a wide range of around 20 imperial carriages, as well as sleighs and the only surviving imperial car. The most famous of these is the splendidly ornate golden imperial coronation coach. There was a cute child's carriage belonging to Napoleon's son which would have been drawn by two sheep. The ‘Sisi Path’ has memorabilia tracing Elisabeth's life including her personal travel carriage and black funeral hearse. The accompanying videos were interesting and informative, but I found the comparisons of Sisi to Princess Diana to be gratuitous and overly commercial. Definitely worth a stop if you are visiting Schonbrunn.
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