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 ‘real star’ of the film: Post-war Vienna!
British producer Alexander Korda wanted to create a movie about post-war
Europe. He chose Vienna, which was divided into four occupied zones by the
U.S.A., Great Britain, France and the U.S.S.R. All four powers worked together in
the Inner City.
Graham Greene's sensitive research and Carol Reed's documentary style make
"The Third Man" a unique testimony of post-war Vienna.
In our museum a wide range of original documents illustrate the daily life of those
days between bombed out buildings, hunger, black market and demarcation lines.
Movie quotes from "The Third Man" give information on the time: A different sort of
A catalogue on the historical collection (post-war Vienna) is available in our
museum shop (168 pages, 552 images, A5, German/English). Click >SHOP for
detailled information on the catalogue
Some ‘treasures’ of our post-war Vienna collection
(click on the pictures to enlarge)