Located in the 7th district you find one of Viennas oldest cinemas: the Admiral Kino, opened in 1913. It´s one of these cineastic gems that survived times despite all the odds and thanks to amazing personal efforts of some. On August 2nd 1929 even the author Arthur Schnitzler saw „A Knight in London“ at the Admiral Kino. Today mostly cult & art house movies are shown and don´t miss the “bring your doggy” day on every first thursday of the month!
Read more about the rich history of the cinema on their website: 100 years of Admiral Kino (german)
Burggasse 119, 1070 Vienna