Accessibility at the Ottoburg

Wheelchair accessible to view from the outside. The Ottoburg is located at the entrance to Innsbruck's historic old town, diagonally across from the Goldener Adler. Its striking red-white-red shutters make it hard to miss. The building has walls hung with ivy and was originally built by order of Emperor Maximilian I in the 15th century on what was once the city wall near the former Andechs Castle. The building has long been home to a well-run guesthouse with a restaurant and wine tavern.

In front of the Ottoburg, facing the River Inn, is a monument called "Vater und Sohn" (Father and Son). It is a work by Christian Plattner and stands as a tribute to the fight for freedom in 1809.

Wheelchair accessible: YES
Can be viewed from the outside.
Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 1
A 6020 Innsbruck
F: +43 512 / 56 56 85 +43 512 / 58 43 38