Considered the oldest museum in the world, the Castle of Ambras was made famous thanks to the personality of one of its residents, Archduke Ferdinand II.
Ambras Castle is nestled on a shale rock south of Innsbruck and was originally a medieval fortress that housed Tyrol's most influential authorities. The residence was modified into a Renaissance-style castle at the request of Archduke Ferdinand II. Visitors can admire various paintings and works of art, including an impressive collection of the Habsburg family. In addition to gold and silver coins, there are armor. The Arts and Wonders Room features 18 cabinets of different colors as well as strange and unusual objects. The castle also has a huge park where it is good to walk.