How do I get to Time Travel Vienna?
Time Travel Vienna is located in Habsburgergasse 10A (Side street of Graben). The closest underground stations U3 / U1 Stephansplatz or U3 Herrengasse. The city bus line 2A stops additionally in the station Habsburgergasse.
All travel options and a map can be found here.
I arrive by car, can I park closeby?
Parking is available at reduced rates in the Wipark garage, address: Freyung 4, 1010 Vienna. More information can be found here. You can not drive into the Habsburgergasse (ban on driving).
I would like to visit time Travel Vienna. Do I have to make a reservation?
We basically always recommend a reservation, which we gladly accept by telephone, e-mail or via the homepage. Tours start every 15-20 minutes.
What is the benefit of buying a ticket online?
With the purchase of an online ticket you can save 20%, have no waiting time at the entrance and a guaranteed starting time. You are also welcome to buy your tickets on site at the ticket counter at the normal rates.
You can buy tickets online here
How does it work with the translation / audio guides?
International guests can experience the whole tour simultaneously with audioguides (headphones), there are 10 languages to choose from. The audio guides are included in the ticket price.
How long does a tour last?
The tour lasts almost one hour.
I would like to give tickets away as a present, but do not know the date of visit yet? Is that possible?
Yes, that is possible. Tickets for Time Travel Vienna are an ideal gift for birthdays, Christmas and other occasions. Tickets are available for adults, children, students and seniors. You buy online and decide if you want to print it out at home or if we send them by post to you. (postal fee € 3,50). On request also with personal message. Click here to buy a voucher: gift vouchers
I am pregnant. Can I visit Time Travel Vienna?
We would like to point out that the seats in the 5D cinema move in a jerky manner. Participation is at your own risk. All other stations are safe for pregnant women.
Can I visit Time Travel Vienna with a toddler?
Time Travel Vienna is generally suitable for all age levels. In exceptional cases small children perceive the 5D cinema as too loud. Children under 4 years receive a headset as protection and can take a seat on a separate chair without motion effects.
Children upto 4 years visit Time Travel Vienna for free and share a seat with the accompanying person in the 5D cinema. If there is capacity the child can be seated on it's own seat. You can take a stroller with you, but have to pass 50 steps.
Children under 10 years have to be accompanied by an adult in order to visit Time Travel Vienna.
Can I visit Time Travel Vienna with a pet?
Animals are not allowed at Time Travel Vienna.
Can I visit Time Travel Vienna with a wheelchair?
In the course of the tour about 50 steps have to be ascended. There is a lift and a wheelchair lift, but complete accessibility is not given due to structural limitations (monument protection). Our staff members always strive to enable unrestricted access to our attractions for every guest.
For wheelchair users: In order to guarantee an ideal visit, please notify us in advance by phone. For safety reasons, we may only take one wheelchair per hour during weekdays tourstart between 10: 00-16: 00 hrs.
What do I have to consider in the 5D cinema and in the air raid shelter?
The 5D cinema offers chairs with moveable effects and the air raid shelter simulates an air raid of Vienna. Please be aware that there is an increased risk for pregnant women, infants (0-6 years) epileptics, the elderly, persons with pacemakers and back problems. Participation is at your own risk.
Can I take pictures and film at Time Travel Vienna?
Taking pictures and filming during the tour is not permitted, except at the Sisi & Franz photopoint.
Which sights can I visit after a tour at Time Travel Vienna?
Hofburg/Imperial Palace with Sisi Museum and Imperial Appartements, Spanish Riding School, Treasury, St. Stephen's Cathedral, National Library and Albertina are about 5-10 minutes by foot from Time Travel Vienna.
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