Tuesday, 10. December 2013 - 00:12
13. 07. 12. - 14:00
By Jack Denissov
A recently opened attraction promises to educate and entertain it's guests.
Just last month, 1 June 2012, a new show has opened up in Vienna's centre. The show promises a 5D experience of Vienna's history.
Your guide is a magical monk, who takes you through all the major events that took place in the city, in just an hour. You will begin your tour in a Roman Camp, experience the plague and both World Wars, meet some of the most influential Austrians, such as Mozart and Sisi, and see the modern Vienna from a carriage.
All this experience is in 5D, so certain smells and movements will be experienced by the viewer throughout the scenes.
Found in the first District, on Habsburgergasse 10a, the show welcomes everyone. The movie is in German, however audio guides can be rented in ten other languages.
Open from 10:00am to 8:00pm, the price for the ticket depends on the age of the viewer, ranging from 14 to 18 Euro.
An interesting prospect, Time Travel introduces a new dimension to the way we view cinema.
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