Your culture attendant: things to do in Vienna

WEDNESDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019
A THING TO DO THIS WEDNESDAY

in VIENNA
PRICE: €8 (adult)
TIME: 1-2 hours
Vienna's Museum Remise is the city's transport museum. Discover, explore and climb aboard relics of transportation that have carried the Viennese for hundreds of years, which comprises one of the largest transport collections in Europe. The museum is situated on Ludwig-Koessler-Platz and is open each Wednesday from 9am to 6pm.
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48.21°N, 16.37°E

Sunrise: 06:45
Sunset: 18:47
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