Theater an der Wien
Since the Theater an der Wien reopened in January 2006, it has distinguished itself nationally and internationally as a center of both Baroque opera and contemporary musical theater. The hall’s modern, accessible approach to opera, as demonstrated by its repertoire and overall artistic concept, is further underscored by the building’s architecture and vibrant location. The surroundings and materials, the exuberant atmosphere, and the perfect acoustics in this historical venue encourage visitors to fully experience the beauty of the performances.
One of the oldest and most beautiful theaters in Vienna, the Theater an der Wien has witnessed legendary premieres – for example, the 1805 premiere of Beethoven’s Fidelio – and appearances by many great artists. In 1874, the premiere of Strauss' Fledermaus marked the beginning of the "golden age of Viennese operetta". Indulge all of your senses in an evening at the majestic Theater an der Wien.
Theater an der Wien, Linke Wienzeile 6, 1060 Vienna, Austria, Google Maps
Car park: Yes
Air conditioned: Yes