Sights in Bad Ischl
Kaiservilla & Kaiserpark
The summer residence of Emperor Franz Josef and his wife Empress Elisabeth.
The Marble Palace, the former tee room of Empress Elisabeth, now houses the Photo Museum of the Province of Upper Austria.
Villa Rothstein / PKS
Built approximately 110 years ago, the villa is a historic and charming building. Today the villa features the archive of the famous naturalists and hydro scientists Viktor and Walter Schauberger.
Wander through the 400 year old "Casino Cellar" which served as a refridgerator for both the Brewery and people of Bad Ischl.
Museum of Vehicles, Technology and Aviation
The Museum of Vehicles, Technology and Aviation displays historic motorbikes, automobiles, helicopters, locomotives and aeroplanes.
Nature museum Salzkammergut
The museum's intention is to open the eyes of visitors to the beauty of nature.
Guided Sightseeing Tours
Enjoy the unforgettable flair of the imperial town of Bad Ischl on a guided tour with certified Austria Guides.
Take a horse-drawn carriage to see the most beautiful sites and monuments in Bad Ischl.
The Kaiserzug transports passangers to the most beautiful places in Bad Ischl, travelling through romantic alleys and places of interest in the town.
The Imperial Dine-Around
An entertaining city tour through Bad Ischl on the heels of the emperor, artists and company sprinkled with stories and anecdotes surrounding Austrian food culture.
Places of Happiness
There are several places of happiness in Bad Ischl. To rest, fuel your life and relax - that is what these places are all about.
You can find most of these places, marked with a cloverleaf, on the city map.
The Trinkhalle was built between 1829 and 1831. Nowadays it is the seat of the tourist office and an event location.
Monument of Emperor Franz Josef near the Katrin cable car station
Franz Karl fountain at Schröpferplatz
The following sacred buildings can be found in Bad Ischl:
• Protestant peace church
• Catholic parish church
• Calvary church
• Pilgrimage church of Lauffen
• Pilgrimage church of Pfandl
• Ischl cemetery
In Bad Ischl there are about 140 monuments and memorial plaques to be found all over the town.