Goldenes Dachl & Museum
A late-Gothic-turned-rococo townhouse that is the architectural equivalent of a wedding cake, with its stucco-like piped icing, pastel...
Climb this tower's 148 steps for 360-degree views of the city’s rooftops, spires and surrounding mountains.
Eleven is the magic number at Elferhaus, where you can nurse a beer beside Gothic gargoyles at the bar or take a church-like pew to hear...
Katzung attracts a faithful local following for its laid-back vibe, Goldenes Dachl–facing terrace and homemade cakes and ice cream. Menu...
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Goldenes Dachl & Museum information
Innsbruck's golden wonder is this Gothic oriel, built for Emperor Maximilian I and glittering with 2657 fire-gilt copper tiles. An audioguide whizzes you through the history in the museum; look for the grotesque tournament helmets designed to resemble the Turks of the rival Ottoman Empire.