Your culture attendant: things to do in Vienna


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Time: 30 - 45 mins
One of Vienna's more obscure museums, the Rauchfangkehrermuseum (Chimney Sweep Museum) on Klagbaumgasse celebrates the art and craft of clearing chimneys through the centuries, to the present day, where over 100 chimney sweeps still ply their trade in Vienna. It's open each Sunday morning: take a look from 10am to noon. (Nearest U-bahn: Taubstummengasse)
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