OPEN EVERY SATURDAY 2 - 6 PM
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THIRD MAN MUSEUM | COLLECTION STRASSGSCHWANDTNER
OPEN EVERY SATURDAY 2 -6 PM | EXCLUSIVE GUIDED TOURS AVAILABLE ANY DAY UPON REQUEST
Pressgasse 25, 1040 Vienna, Austria, Tel. +43-1-5864872
2 - 6 PM
Visit without guided tour.
Admission: Adults Euro 8.90
Concessions: Euro 6.90
(students, senior citizens etc.)
NO RESERVATION NECESSARY.
GUIDED TOURS FOR
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FOR GROUPS AND
“REAL” FILM BUFFS:
EXCLUSIVE GUIDED TOURS
For group reservations and visits
on other days than the above
regular hours please contact us to
make an appointment - possible
any day of the week at any time!
Costs incl. fascinating guided tour
(duration approx. one and a half
Euro 120.- (flat rate)
13 personen or more:
Euro 10.- per person
The museum opens exclusively
for you and your group!
Please contact us:
Tel. +43-1-5864872 or e-mail
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All about the film classic ‘The Third Man’ and Vienna after World War II
The MUSEUM SHOP is open the same hours as the museum: Saturdays 2 - 6 pm.
For “shopaholics” we gladly open by request! We offer various souvenirs related to
“The Third Man” (DVDs, CDs, ...), original collectables (cinema posters, lobby
cards...) and of course our museum catalogues which we present in detail here:
No.1: MUSEUM CATALOGUE THIRD MAN MUSEUM
160 pages, A5, 733 photos, English/German, Euro 10.-
With thrilling, previously unpublished texts including the 'Notes on the Making of
THE THIRD MAN' by associate producer Hugh Perceval, this catalogue is a must-
have for fans of this film classic and of the Third Man Museum.
No.2: CATALOGUE POST-WAR VIENNA
168 pages, 552 photos, A5, English/German, Euro 10,-
Post-war Vienna, the historical backdrop of "The Third Man": Documents, press
photos and other exhibits illustrating the situation in postwar Vienna as they are
shown in our exhibition.
CATALOGUE OF THE SPECIAL EXHIBITION "THE THIRD MAN IN JAPAN"
48 pages, thereof 36 pages illustrated; A5, English/German/Japanese, Euro 5.-
Hundreds of original Japanese artefacts illustrate the enormous success in Japan
from the premiere in Tokyo in 1952 up to the present day.