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The Third Man Museum

Pressgasse 25 | Main Entrance Corner Pressgasse / Muehlgasse, Vienna 1040, Austria
+43 1 5864872
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Hours Today: 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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Pressgasse 25 | Main Entrance Corner Pressgasse / Muehlgasse, Vienna 1040, Austria
Wieden
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The very building immediately creates an atmosphere, because you enter in one part and then you are given instructions to go out again and approach another door further along the street, which is identified by three balloons tied outside! When you have seen in there...More

Thank GrandmaOwl
Gerhard S, Owner at The Third Man Museum, responded to this review

Thank you very much for bringing joy to our project. With your review and with yesterday's visit. Gerhard

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Third Man museum contains a private collection of all sorts of collectors items from the movie, such as scripts, notes, stills, posters and CD's. There is also a part based on the history of Vienna right after the war. For two movie freaks who...More

Thank Coen H
Gerhard S, Owner at The Third Man Museum, responded to this review

Two movie freaks who met each other in a cinema - visiting a film museum in Vienna :) :) :) Thank you for bringing good energy along !!! PS: Karin and I LOVE Holland, so great for bicycling !!

Reviewed 1 week ago

Worth seeing if you are a fan of the 1940s "The Third Man" movie. Has memorabilia and stills as well as the flick. A waste of time if you don't like the movie.

Thank verdun2
Gerhard S, Owner at The Third Man Museum, responded to this review

Thank you, Guthrie, thank you !! I very much agree !! If you do not like this movie, then you should visit ANY OTHER MUSEUM here in Vienna (and there are plenty) or maybe go for a good cup of coffee :)

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are interested in post WWII Vienna, The Third Man movie, or movies in general this is a must do. Spread over 3 buildings it starts with the characters from the movie, then onto building 2 where a 1936 projector plays you a short...More

Thank Jason M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A well researched museum run by enthusiastic, knowledgeable staff. Lots of memorabilia from the film, and also interesting history of Vienna. Highly recommended.

Thank Olivia062
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This fantastic small independent museum is a joy to visit and a must for anyone interested in film, cinema, Graham Greene, the second world war, the city of Vienna or how the lives of people are changed by the experience of war. It is easy...More

Thank KatharineLondon
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Called in after the excellent walking tour. Quirky - yes. A delight - absolutely. And what lovely people who run it. If you come to Vienna, this is a must.

Thank GNL17
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Hidden down a quiet side street this quirky homage to The Third Man is a life's passion contained in three rooms. Very well set up and offers a fascinating look at the movie memorabilia and the real star of the movie being post war Vienna....More

Thank Jane D
Reviewed April 8, 2017

The Third Man Museum is a labor of love that must be seen by any visitor to Vienna. Check your schedule, because it's only open Saturdays from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m., but an hour or so at this Saturday afternoon delight will stay with you...More

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Reviewed March 28, 2017

We were looking forward to visiting this museum and we were not disappointed. It was set out in three rooms and in the last one they showed you clips of the film on an old projector. The staff were nice.

Thank Des M
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Horsedds1
We will be in Vienna July 22. Can we visit the museum?? Any chance of a zither concert?? Thanks!! I. McDermott. New Jersey
April 7, 2017|
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Response from Gerhard S | Property representative |
Hello hello,YES, our museum is open on Saturday July 22nd from 2-6 pm. But no zither concert that day... See you soon, Gerhard
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Vining
Hello, We will be in Vienna in early May and would love to visit the museum and stay on for the Zither concert that evening. Saturday 2nd May is the date that suits us. See you then. Regards Marc
March 12, 2015|
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Response from Gerhard S | Property representative |
Hello Marc, thank your for contacting us! We booked you for the zither concert on May 02, 6pm. Maybe you come to the museum already a couple of minutes before 5pm, that gives you time enough to visit the collection, since we... More
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David L
What are the hours of operation? I am visiting this beautiful city for the first time arriving on a Sunday departing Wednesday.
February 20, 2015|
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Response from Gerhard S | Property representative |
Hi David, as our webpage states: Every Saturday and possibly Wednesdays an extra weekly guided tour. Please check our webpage in May, then we'll know about that. Hopefully we can do the extra guided tour on a Tuesday for you... More
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