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Empress Elizabeth Museum
Historic Station at Possenhofen, now used as the museum
The young Empress Elizabeth, known throughout her life as
Sisi, used to spend her summer holidays in Possenhofen on Lake Starnberg with her parents, brothers and sisters. She and members of her family as well as Kings, the Emperor and the nobility spent some time in the magnificent stateroom – now used by the museum. At that time this room served as an arrival and departure hall of the station.
Individual guided tours – approximately 1 hour – are offered.
Hours: Open May 1st through October 15th, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 2pm - 6pm.
Admission (includes guided tour): 4 € Adults, 3 € Concessions, 1 € Children.
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Address: Schlossberg 2, 82343 Poecking
Tags: Starnberg, Possenhofen, Museum, Empress Elizabeth of Bavaria
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