To visit the cinema you have to be tested (negative test result of a PCR carried out by an authorized body - valid 48 hours)
, vaccinated against Covid-19 (two vaccinations received; please note that according to the 2,5G rule the single vaccination with JOHNSON & JOHNSON is only valid from the 22nd day, counted from the day of vaccination)
, or recovered (medical certificate from your doctor to prove you have recovered from a Covid-19 infection)
. This does not apply to children under the age of 12 - they can still visit the cinema with an the antigen test carried out by an authorized body (valid 48 hours) or a PCR test carried out by an authorized body (valid 72 hours). No proof is required for children under 6 years of age. In Vienna, the Ninja Pass is valid for 24 hours for children aged 12 & above and 48 hours for children under 12.
From August 15th you will only be considered vaccinated against Covid-19 after complete immunization: If you have not received your second vaccination, please bring a negative PCR test with you when you go to the cinema. The same applies if you received your vaccination with JOHNSON & JOHNSON less than 22 days ago.
Antigen self-tests are not valid
as entrance tests in Vienna.
In Vienna you have to wear a face mask
during your entire visit. When seated in the auditorium, you can take off your face mask temporarily to consume the drinks and snacks you bought at our cinema.
Your health and that of our cinema teams is our top priority. Please note the current nationwide measures and additional regulations for Vienna before going to the cinema: You can find more information here. We thank you for your understanding and your support!
Parental Guidance: In Vienna, children accompanied by a parent or other legal guardian are allowed to fall below the age rating of a film by three years, provided that it is not a film for which a youth ban (from 16 years) applies