Jewish Cemetery Judenbühel




The old Jewish cemetery was situated near the Alpenzoo on the slope of the “Judenbühel” from around 1503 to 1864. It was only rediscovered in the 1990s and has been the subject of scientific research and investigation since 2007. In 2009, the cemetery was enclosed with the fencing that stands there today. Guided tours can be organized through the Jewish Community for Tyrol and Vorarlberg in Innsbruck. The cemetery can be freely accessed by the public.

Richardsweg, 6020 Innsbruck, Tyrol | show on map

Cadastral Data

KG 81121, EZ 151, GSt 436, TZ 14189/2009, protected monument
KG 81121, EZ 174, GSt 437, TZ 14189/2009, protected monument
KG 81121, EZ 121, GSt 442/1, TZ 14189/2009, protected monument

Area in m²



City of Innsbruck



The owner of this cemetery has not filed an application to receive a subsidy from the Fund for the Restoration of the Jewish Cemeteries in Austria.