Vienna Comes To New York City

Viennese Day

 

 

New Yorkers Celebrate Viennese Culture at Grand Central

 

All are welcome to experience virtual Coffeehouse Conversations with Viennese locals while enjoying complimentary Viennese coffee in celebration of the Ringstrasse, Vienna’s Iconic Boulevard

 

 

WHAT:

Take a journey through time as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Vienna’s famous Ringstrasse, the gorgeous boulevard at the                                   heart of this beautiful city.

  • Stop by for a Coffeehouse Conversation – a live webcam connection will enable guests to chat with locals at the legendary Café Central in Vienna to experience this unique Viennese tradition of cultural connection.
  • Enjoy an authentic taste of classic Vienna with complimentary coffee from Julius Meinl and manner shnitten, delicious hazelnut-cream filled wafers.
  • Enter to win a trip to Vienna by taking a personality test at one of our iPad stations–this is after all, the city of Sigmund Freud.
  • Explore the gorgeous architecture and evolution of The Ringstrasse through a multi-media exhibit presenting Vienna’s grandest buildings, magnificent palaces, stunning parks, monuments and gardens.

 

WHEN:

 Tuesday October  14th 12:00 – 7:00pm

Wednesday October 15th 7:00am – 7:00pm

 

 

WHERE:

The Ringstrasse 150th Anniversary Celebration will take place in Vanderbilt Hall in the historic Grand Central Terminal.

EVENTS:

  • Virtual Coffeehouse Conversations in action
  • Multi-media show featuring video and images of the Ringstrasse, past and present
  • Viennese coffeehouse pop-up in Grand Central Terminal
  • Guests enjoying complimentary Viennese treats

 

 

Happiness, $25 and under.

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