Museum of Carriages for Weddings and Funerals

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The daily use carriages of the Habsburgs, the so-called “Ordinari-Wägen,” are also on display in the Carriage Museum at the Schoenbrunn Castle. In good weather they could also be driven with the top down.

The Carriage Museum at the Schoenbrunn Castle, Vienna (Photo: Maximilian Just)

Among them the “Landaulett,” belonging to Empress Elisabeth-Sissi and built in 1885, is especially noteworthy for its elegance and lightness.
She often used this carriage for her travels – lastly right before her murder on the shores of Lake Geneva.

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