The Gasometers in Vienna are four former gasholder houses, built as part of the Vienna municipal gas works Gaswerk Simmering in 1896–1899. They are located in the 11th district, Simmering. They were used from 1899 to 1984 to house gas holders, also known as gasometers, each of 90,000 m³ (3 million cu. ft.) storage capacity. After the changeover from town gas to natural gas between 1969 and 1978, they were no longer used and were shut down. Only the brick exterior walls were preserved. The structures have found new residential and commercial use in modern times.
Damir Radiković | Apr 2, 2018
Best venue in Vienna. Not too big nor too small, it's a perfect place for concerts or parties. Sound is good, drinks are fairly priced.
mischa wozak | May 6, 2018
Impressive architecture which was transformed to modern time without losing it's character.
Tamás Szegi | Feb 21, 2018
Been there already for few times. It's great place for concerts an cultural happening. Also great place for freetime activities.
Hayabusha Ken | Apr 28, 2018
A nice building, almost like a modern centre but the Cinema is a bit too far away to the center itself. Provide everything you would expect for a center though
Filip Biskic | Jan 6, 2018
Although it is located on the outskirts of the town it is a great location to go and visit. It goes to show how a proper management of the town is conducted. Old gas reservoirs converted in to residental, business and leisure buildings while maintaining the old visure is something to see. Make sure you go to the Gasometer 4 building to check out the cool set up of acoustics and echo that you can try out with tapping the floor or by clapping.
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