Third Man Museum

Currently Closed
  • Address: Preßgasse 25, 1040 Wien, Austria, Vienna
  • Timings: 02:00 pm - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +43-15864872
  • Ticket Price: 9 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids

There are various ways through which you can get acquainted with the city of Vienna. The Third man museum is an interesting way to know the past of Vienna city in a better and more candid way. This place is for people who love to watch movies, especially those that are based on history. The Third man is a classic film that depicts Vienna’s post-war history through its visual medium. Filmed in 1948, this movie proved to be a milestone in defining the modern evolution and history of the city. This museum showcases an extensive collection of original exhibits on the film. There are original screenplays, cameras that were once used on set and now stand exhibited here. If you visit this particular museum, don’t forget to see the still functioning cinema projector that belongs to 1936!

  • The place is disabled friendly.

  • Adult: EURO 8.90
  • Concessions (senior citizens, students) EUR 6.90
  • Children (10-16 years): EUR 4.50
  • For guided tours, please refer to the official website.

  • Open on Saturdays only.
  • For other days, guided tours are recommended.

  • By Light Rail station: Wien Paulanergasse

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  • Third Man Museum Address: Preßgasse 25, 1040 Wien, Austria, Vienna
  • Third Man Museum Contact Number: +43-15864872
  • Third Man Museum Timing: 02:00 pm - 06:00 pm
  • Third Man Museum Price: 9 EUR
  • Time required to visit Third Man Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 0.17% of people who visit Vienna include Third Man Museum in their plan

  • 75% of people start their Third Man Museum visit around 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Third Man Museum

Wednesday and Saturday

66.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Third Man Museum

People normally club together Public Library and St. Anne's Church while planning their visit to Third Man Museum.

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  • What a wonderful surprise to visit this fascinating museum in Vienna. They have an incredible collection of artifacts for the movie "The Third Man" filmed in Vienna shortly after the end of the war and the extent of the destruction is real in the film. I immediately rented the movie when I go home. It is worth it to visit this museum for the movie history alone but the museum has much more including a fine collection of materials from Vienna and WWII. The photos and stories are moving and fascinating. The collections adds depth and detail to what the war and aftermath was really like as the world slipped into the cold war. A visit is well worth the time.

  • Agree... this is a must see in Vienna Although I love the movie and therefore really got a lot out of the museum (behind the scenes, etc.) it was interesting to everyone and they now want to see the movie. But it's more than just making of the movie, it gives you a real appreciation for what ti was like during that time, so a lot about history/life in Vienna during the period. We enjoyed this unplanned visit during our stay in Vienna and would put it alongside the Schobrun and a few other must-see places during a Vienna vacation.

  • Excellent museum for fans of the film "The Third Man". Excellent artefacts for the film with posters, film reels and scripts available to see. New addition of an exhibition on post-war Vienna really adds to the museum and gives it a historical significance. 5 out of 5 for me

  • Loved it, an absolute gem, especially if you've seen the film but even if you haven't! Very memorable, on of the highlights of our trip to Vienna. All the staff were extremely friendly and we felt welcomed and special.

  • This place is more than merely a museum about a movie. There is much history and artifacts. The facility is open only one day per week. With good marketing, the place could be a great profit center.

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