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Sigmund Freud Museum
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09, Währinger Strasse 12 · interesting places nearby
Built in 1912, the Votiv is one of the oldest cinemas in Vienna. It’s been extensively updated since then and is now among the best cinemas in the city. Its three screens feature a mix of Hollywood’s more quirky ventures and art-house films in their original language.
The 11am Tuesday screening is reserved for mothers, fathers and babies, and weekend afternoons feature special matinées for kids.