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History Museum

Time Travel Vienna

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Jana
Jana
February 11, 2020
Interactive museum, wax sculptures, cinema, all about Vienna history, great fun for kids and adults.
Sylvester
Sylvester
December 16, 2019
2000 years of Viennese history brought to life with a tour through an adventure area with 1,300 m². Humorously accompanied by tour guides, 5D cinema, animatronic shows, laser effects and virtual reality! A unique approach to getting an overview of Vienna's history.
Günther
Günther
July 4, 2019
If you're interested in the history of Vienna without spending too much time on it - this is a really great 5D (3D cinema including wind, movement...) show where you find out about Vienna's history in ca. 1-2 hours. It ends with a simulation of an air raid in a bunker in WW II
Benjamin
Benjamin
June 10, 2019
a fun and interacitve way to get to know the history of Vienna
Aser
Aser
April 24, 2019
Entertaining historical show after which you will love Vienna even more.

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10A Habsburgergasse
Innere Stadt, Wien 1010
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