Modern time travel through Vienna
The location is historical; the ambiance is modern: Go on a journey through the centuries in the vaulted ceilings of St. Michael’s monastery on Habsburgergasse. Your trip begins in a 5D cinema that takes visitors back to the age of Roman Vienna. The program also includes the Black Death in Vienna with plagues of rats (experienced up close!) and the second Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683.
The Emperor Maximilian I., Franz Joseph and his Sisi as well as Maria Theresia (in the form of animatronic figures) are the stars of the "Habsburg Show", which takes a tongue-in-cheek look back at the history of their family. In the plague pit, you can meet the plague doctor as well as "Dear Augustin" in person. In the "Ballroom", Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauß deliver a verbal exchange of blows. Carousels and waltz music provide a festive atmosphere.
Other themes include the two world wars and the signing of the State Treaty on 15 May 1955. It ends with an interactive horse-drawn carriage ride through Vienna. The carriage "flies" and rides over the Imperial Palace, Stadtpark, State Opera to Schönbrunn and the Prater.
The total of eight stops are equipped with state-of-the-art show and effects technology. A "tour" lasts around 50 minutes through the virtual 1,300 m² world of history in Vienna’s underground. The show is in German. Special audio guides provide a simultaneous translation of the tour guides as well as the show and film texts (10 languages to choose from).
Time Travel ViennaHabsburgergasse 10a, 1010 Wien
- Adults €19,50
- Children (5 to 14 years) €15,50
- Your benefit with the Vienna City Card: 5€ off
- daily, 10:00 - 20:00
- Last entry: 7 p.m.
- no steps (Double swinging doors 180 cm wide )
- 120 cm wide and 140 cm low , Door 90 cm wide
- Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
Special offers for people with disabilities
People with disabilities receive discounted admission. One escort per wheelchair user receives free admission.
Elevator to the lower floors, wheelchair users can only reach some parts of the show via stairlift or or a circuitous route. Seeing-eye dogs not permitted.
Advance registration, please.
- Main entrance