Austria's oldest secular theatre, which is preserved in its original condition.
The historic city theatre Grein (1791) is the oldest secular theatre of Austria and without any doubt a sight of European significance. Today, the city theater, which was obtained from such an early time, is considered a jewel that is visited and admired by many visitors from near and far. Many curiosities from the past can be seen here. Original seats that had to be locked/unlocked with a small key; a toilet that was separated from the auditorium only with a curtain; a prison from where the prisoners could watch the performances and were given food, drinks and tobacco by the audience; the Napoleon box and a lot more. A special exhibition is connected to the historic city theatre.
May - October
Mon - Sat: 9am -12am and 2pm - 6pm
Sun: 2pm - 4pm
Mon - Sat: 9am, 11am, 2om, 5pm
more guided tours by prior arrangement, at least 10 people.
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