Build in 1908, the former slaughterhouse works as a venue for cultural and social activities since 1976. In the diverse program of the Arena Wien you will find concerts, international top-acts, parties, festivals, open airs, stand up comedy, theatre and open air cinemas and more.
Various event rooms, a big concert hall, two small concert rooms, a bar, an administration building, a storage hall with parking opportunities for big trucks and a large yard for open air shows.
Old brick walls, partly painted by international graffiti artists.
Surrounded by modern architecture, only 7 minutes from the city center and a few minutes' walk from the Danube and the Danube Park: as Austria's largest conference center, the Austria Center Vienna offers space for over 20,000 people and has 24 halls for 100 to 4,320 people, 180 meeting rooms and 26,000 m² of exhibition space.
Schloss Schönbrunn palace is just around the corner from Parkhotel Schönbrunn, and the Vienna zoo is practically the hotel’s front yard. This deluxe hotel is a unique combination of Viennese flair, influences from imperial times and modern comfort.
Guests of Emperor Franz Joseph used to reside and dine at Parkhotel Schönbrunn when they had to wait for an audience with the Emperor. After two years of renovation work, the hotel today offers a top-quality experience, beautifully “packaged” in a castle-like hotel.
Its excellent location next to Schloss Schönbrunn and vicinity to the underground station as well as its distinctive imperial atmosphere make this hotel unique in Vienna.
The club B72 is situated in the historical brick vault on the Viennese Gürtel. It has been an institution for live music for 15 years. The first brick vault offers the main bar and the next one includes the stage and the dancefloor.
Der Dschungel Wien is in the former premises of the Residenzkino and Tobacco Museum, located in the Museumsquartier.
The premises consist of 3 stages, foyer with cafe and 2 studios, as well as 3 artists' cloakrooms.
The four former gas tanks built up in 1896 were rebuilt while a great construction from 1999 till 2001. The Gasometers have developed a city in the city-character, with over 800 apartments, a hall of residence, a music hall (capacity 2000–3000 people), shops and further more. Given the fact that the huge Gasometers are seen from afar, they are known as Simmering's landmark.
HAUS DER MUSIK is located in the former palace of Archduke Carl (1771 - 1847) in the Seilerstätte in the 1st district. Since the year 2000, the newly renovated building has been home to HAUS DER MUSIK, an interactive experience museum on the subjects of music, Viennese Classicism and sound/sound phenomena. The motif worlds revolve around classical Viennese architecture (magnificent staircase, belletage with Vienna Philharmonic Museum), museum rooms with objects on famous classical composers to modern museum design on the topics of sound production (Science Walls). Interactive games such as the Virtual Conductor or the Stairplay Sound Staircase and the innovative virtual reality laboratory Sonotopia, which was only opened in 2020, are worthy of special mention. The attic level with an event room with stage and a 2-storey event area with bar completes the classic museum operation.
Newly renovated theater hall; latest technology; theater with one rank; the most modern equipment; chic stage design aesthetics freight elevator available, usable adjoining rooms as well as a separate and usable rehearsal stage with the same dimensions as the stage General renovation and reconstruction in 2013.
- 200 sqm theater hall, 1750 x 1160 x 550 cm. Three white walls, one night blue wall + curtains. Consistent light grid, consistent sprung floor.
- 140 sqm event hall, centered around a bar.
- Three artist wardrobes.
Mozarthaus Vienna presents the life and work of the musical genius Wolfgang Amadé Mozart, with particular emphasis on his Vienna years from 1781 to 1791, in a unique setting in the heart of Vienna close to St Stephen’s Cathedral.
Domgasse 5 is the only one of Mozart’s apartments in Vienna that still exists today. The composer lived in Mozarthaus Vienna in grand style, nowhere else did he compose more music.
Visitors can see not only the historical apartment but also an extensive presentation of major works by Mozart and of the times in which he lived.
Vienna‘s new venue for music and theatre – the Vienna Boys’ Choir Concert Hall in the Augarten – opens in December 2012!
An exciting new venue has sprung up in the heart of Vienna, a place with a focus on young people where music and theatre meet. The new stage is equipped to the highest standards, and the auditorium has seating for 400 people. The stage measures 12 x 9 metres. It has an optimally designed orchestra pit and the finest acoustic in the city Here in this new hotspot for music and theatre you can experience the Vienna Boys’ Choir performing live, rock and jazz concerts, drama, and many more cultural events.
Concert hall capacity: 413
Stage: 12 x 9 m
Orchestra pit: 12 x 3.5 m
Wheelchair accessible, 4 wheelchair spaces
Architects: archipel architektur+kommunikation
The building is a unique ensemble of existing baroque structures (the gatehouse and wall) and modern architecture. At the heart of MuTh is the new Concert Hall. Contrasting with the coolness of the glass and metal used in the exterior of the new construction, warm materials and strong colours are used in the Hall. The magnificent ambient sound – enriched through the use of acoustic panels and special seating – is particularly noteworthy.
Large broadcasting hall ca 450 m² including:
12 rows of chairs
Black stage curtains
Mixing desk, lighting system
The height of the stages (is fixed stock) is 24,5 cm.
The height of the room in the area of the stage(ncenter) is: 11 m
The black circular horizon hangs on the support rail with at least 8,6 m (organ area) and goes down to the floor in each case.
Studios 2+3: 206 m²
Sound mixing desk
Studio 3: murals by Hilde Schmid Jesser
Access via courtyard possible to all three studios, entrance height 3,6 m
PALAIS HANSEN KEMPINSKI VIENNA
The 5-Star Superior Palais Hansen Kempinski provides 152 elegant rooms and suits on three levels. Two bars, a cigar lounge, a spa and a fitness area as well as eight event halls and a ball room.
Music & Concert Club. 2 floors underground. There is a small gallery (Public Domain) and a small second concert room (Strenge Kammer), as well as a lounge. Music instruments and backline on request possible.
REAKTOR - former establishment Gschwandner | Three halls from the Viennese fin-de-siècle, originally built as a wine tavern and later as ballrooms, the ensamle reopened in 2018 as REAKTOR, a place of the arts.
Exclusive event location in the heart of Döbling, Vienna's 19th district. Historical ambiance, built in 1837, restaurated in 2010. Centerpiece is the "Straußsaal", an elegant "Biedermeier" - ballroom with stage and gallery, gorgeous chandeliers and original Thonet furniture. The one-of-a-kind ballroom whith its octogon shape offers a direct access to the garden.
State apartments of a town house built by Ludwig Tischler, the "last Baroque architect of Vienna", for countess Marie Razumovsky.
Comprised of a prestigious foyer, a buffet/dining room, a small concert or seminar hall for about 70 people, a salon and a study.
The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is the only institution in the world which has practiced for over 430 years and continues to cultivate classical equitation in the Renaissance tradition of the haute école.
The objective of classical equitation is to study the way the horse naturally moves and to cultivate the highest levels of haute école elegance the horse is capable of through systematic training. The result creates an unparalleled harmony between rider and horse, as only Vienna's Spanish Riding School achieves.
Combining historical grace and modern technology on 22.000m², the Technisches Museum Wien offers a broad variety of exhibition objects ranging from the collections of Emperor Franz I. and Ferdinand I. to innovative and virtual elements.
Bright hallways with skylight domes, a magnificent middle hall, large galleries and a Jugendstil ballroom.
World music, Wienerlied, pop, vaudeville, a cappella, cabaret & comedy, theater for children.
Its location in one of the city's oldest neighborhoods and its history as a former Jura Soyfer Theater and popular 'Pawlatschen'-stage make the Theater am Spittelberg a Viennese original. Its unmistakable cosy flair has made it unique in the cultural scene.
Medium-sized wooden stage, 170 seats on three sides of the stage with fixed seating. It features a complete sound and lighting system.
Year after year, the Theater am Spittelberg offers a wide variety of productions ranging from cabaret to world music, from international acts to performances by the local up-and-coming scene, from adult theater to children's comedy (its own Sunday family show), always spiced with a typically Viennese touch. Quality and originality in a traditional venue thus combine for a multi-layered audience.
Home to various music festivals (Wien im Rosenstolz Landpartie, Sommerbühne, Wien im Rosenstolz, Voice Mania, Wintertainment).
To coincide with the celebrations marking the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth in 2006, the Theater an der Wien was reopened in January of that year as the new opera house of the City of Vienna. Since then, it has presented itself as an innovative "stagione" opera house. The contemporary and outstanding musical quality of the productions make the venue on Wienzeile a centre of baroque opera and modern music theatre in Vienna.
The Josefstadt Theatre is one of the most successful stages in the German speaking theatre world. It is known for the best artistic craftsmanship, high quality acting and tradition. It is not just a Viennese theatre; it is an Austrian Institution. The architecture ensures an intimate liaison between actors and audience contributing to the unique performances at the “Theater in der Josefstadt”.
The theatre was founded in 1788 to spur on the tavern’s „Bey den goldenen Straußen” profit. In 1822 demand for the theatre was so high that the small stage was replaced under the famous Biedermeier architect Josef Kornhäusel. In 1924 Max Reinhardt renovated the theatre inspired by the Teatro La Fenice in Venice.
Facilities: Loggia Theatre with 3 floors, auditorium, stage, salons, rehearsal stage (dimensions as original stage), additional rooms.
The Tschauner Bühne, which has existed since 1909, is the last still existing improvised stage and the only summer stage in Vienna with a sliding roof. In 1987 the building was bought and renovated by the Wiener Volksbildungswerk. It was reopened in 1989. The playing season runs from mid-June to the beginning of September. Plays take place in any weather. The program offers classical improvised theater, impromptu 2.0, music theater, cabaret, music and children's programs. The house in Ottakring has 340 seats. The restaurant with garden and Heurigen atmosphere spoils guests during the playing season with both the classic Tschauner menu (Knacker and beer/sprinkles) and fine delicacies. Since 2016 Monika Erb is the new managing director of the Tschauner Bühne.
Since the season 2012/13 the Theater an der Wien presents opera productions from Baroque to modern music with their Young Ensemble (JET) at Wiener Kammeroper (founded 1953 by Hans Gabor). Located on Fleischmarkt 24 the theatre has a seating capacity of approx. 300 seats. The intimate atmosphere of its auditorium as well as a mix of art deco elements and an interior design of the 1950/60s provide the unique charm of this location.
Austria’s largest events hall was built between 1954 and 1957 according to plans by the world famous architect Prof. Dr. Roland Rainer. The list of those who have performed in front of several thousand people in the past decades reads like a who-is-who of the international sports, culture and entertainment scene. More than a million people per year visit the events hall of Wiener Stadthalle.
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