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Third Man Museum, Vienna

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Dedicated to a 1948 film starring Orson Welles, Third Man Museum appeals to movie buffs and history enthusiasts. Shot in 1948 in Vienna, "The Third Man" originally received mixed reviews and only ran in theaters for a few weeks. Today, the film is considered a classic thanks to its evocative portrayal of a damaged city in the years immediately following World War II. The museum contains a collection of film-related artifacts, including signed photos of stars, posters, and a 1930s projector used to screen a short clip from the black-and-white movie. Plan to visit Third Man Museum and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Vienna attractions using our Vienna road trip app.
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  • it was a pleasant surprise as i had not expected too much. a privately run museum of a single film, was that worth it? very clearly yes! it was a wonderul experience with the friendly owners who took....  more
    it was a pleasant surprise as i had not expected too much. a privately run museum of a single film, was that worth it? very clearly yes! it was a wonderul experience with the friendly owners who took....  more »
  • We live in Vienna but only recently discovered this amazing museum near the Naschmarkt (convenient for a lunch before the museum - it’s open on Saturdays from 2-6 pm) The exhibits are extensive and... 
    We live in Vienna but only recently discovered this amazing museum near the Naschmarkt (convenient for a lunch before the museum - it’s open on Saturdays from 2-6 pm) The exhibits are extensive and...  more »
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  • An excellent presentation of detailed and original material relating to the film and the city. The information about pre and post war Vienna was particularly good. It is obviously a labour of love and the owners/curators were extremely helpful and welcoming. It is a joy to find little gems like this in a city full of big ticket locations. Many thanks.
  • A lot more than just a movie buff haven. Lots of great history to be seen. Worth a private tour.

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