5D Cinema - The Magic of the Time Ride

Experience the magic of the Time Ride, the award-winning 5D attraction (Animago Award), which takes you rapidly back in time 2000 years and makes you part of history yourself with breathtaking 3D and special effects. Travel to medieval Vienna at the time of the plague and take part in the Turkish siege in 1683.

The performance

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Vindobona Roman Empire

15 B.C – around 400 A.C

Join a patrol through the Roman camp at Time Travel and experience live the cremation of the great commander Emperor Marcus Aurelius in 180 A.D. When the Romans advance to the Danube in 15 B.C., Vienna becomes part of the Roman Empire. Subsequently, the settlement is adapted as a military camp, which receives the name Vindobona.

The plague 1679

Time Travel Vienna takes you on a tour of the plague-ridden city. But please beware of the rats! In 1679, Vienna is struck by the plague, to which large parts of the population fall victim. Even today, the plague column on the moat commemorates the so-called “Black Death”. With the plague becomes famous the street musician Augustin, who one day falls heavily drunk into a plague pit outside the city and is pulled out singing only the next morning.

The St. Stephen's Cathedral

Explore the gigantic construction site at Time Travel Vienna and fly with the pigeons to the top of what was then the tallest tower in Europe. The first parts of St. Stephen’s Cathedral were built in 1137 and were originally located outside the city. For more than three centuries, the cathedral has been extended again and again, and today it is one of the landmarks of Vienna.

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Turkish sieges 1529 & 1683

Experience the attack of the Turkish army directly from the city walls at Time Travel Vienna! Experience the attack of the Turkish army directly from the city walls at Time Travel Vienna! With 200,000 men, Grand Vizier Kara Mustapha lays siege to the city, attempting to penetrate with the help of tunnels and blast the city wall with mines.

The Viennese Coffee House 1685 until today

Visit a traditional Viennese coffee house at Time Travel! After the Turkish troops have fled their camp, bags of small brown coffee beans are discovered in the tents they left behind. Shortly thereafter, in 1685, an Armenian merchant named Johannes Diodato opened the first Viennese coffee house. An Austrian coffee specialty is the “Melange” with milk and milk foam.

The performance

Start

Vindobona Roman Empire

15 B.C – around 400 A.C

Join a patrol through the Roman camp at Time Travel and experience live the cremation of the great commander Emperor Marcus Aurelius in 180 A.D. When the Romans advance to the Danube in 15 B.C., Vienna becomes part of the Roman Empire. Subsequently, the settlement is adapted as a military camp, which receives the name Vindobona.

The plague 1679

Time Travel Vienna takes you on a tour of the plague-ridden city. But please beware of the rats! In 1679, Vienna is struck by the plague, to which large parts of the population fall victim. Even today, the plague column on the moat commemorates the so-called “Black Death”. With the plague becomes famous the street musician Augustin, who one day falls heavily drunk into a plague pit outside the city and is pulled out singing only the next morning.

The St. Stephen's Cathedral

Explore the gigantic construction site at Time Travel Vienna and fly with the pigeons to the top of what was then the tallest tower in Europe. The first parts of St. Stephen’s Cathedral were built in 1137 and were originally located outside the city. For more than three centuries, the cathedral has been extended again and again, and today it is one of the landmarks of Vienna.

Turkish sieges 1529 & 1683

Experience the attack of the Turkish army directly from the city walls at Time Travel Vienna! Experience the attack of the Turkish army directly from the city walls at Time Travel Vienna! With 200,000 men, Grand Vizier Kara Mustapha lays siege to the city, attempting to penetrate with the help of tunnels and blast the city wall with mines.

The Viennese Coffee House 1685 until today

Visit a traditional Viennese coffee house at Time Travel! After the Turkish troops have fled their camp, bags of small brown coffee beans are discovered in the tents they left behind. Shortly thereafter, in 1685, an Armenian merchant named Johannes Diodato opened the first Viennese coffee house. An Austrian coffee specialty is the “Melange” with milk and milk foam.

The Habsburgs Show