Innsbruck Region


Historic buildings

A walk through Innsbruck is also a journey through the centuries: from the medieval old town with the Golden Roof in the center, you walk past richly decorated baroque facades to Maria-Theresien-Straße. This is where noble families once had magnificent palaces built. We present these and other important Innsbruck buildings below.
 > Waidburg Castle

Waidburg Castle

Schloss Waidburg
Innsbrucker Straße 4/Gemeindeamt Natters, 6161  Natters
+43 512 / 54 61 70
gemeinde@natters.tirol.gv.at
https://www.natters.tirol.gv.at

Opening Hours

Monday - Tuesday: 8.00 am - 6.00 pm,
Friday 8.00 am - 12.00 noon.

The “Waidburg” was originally built by Wendelin Yphofen, the former mayor of Innsbruck, but soon became the property of Emperor Maximilian. As a keen hunter, he had the castle converted into a hunting lodge and enjoyed spending time here, especially when fishing in the nearby lake. The Gothic chapel on the second floor of the building is a particularly impressive highlight. The Waidburg is now home to the town hall, the library and a tourist information point.

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