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    Workshop for children (from 4–7 years)

    Make way – here we come!

    Are you as fast as a car, a ship or even an airplane? If so, then jet through the Mobility exhibition with us. Together we’ll explore everything that flies through the air, floats on water, and races across the land.

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    CHILDREN’S WORKSHOP (AGE 4 TO 7)

    Summ-Summ, our robotic bee, is buzzing around!

    Come and join us as we dive into the fascinating world of robotics! Do you know how a robot works? What different types of robots there are? So help us to control Summ-Summ, our robotic bee.

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    Family tour (Children from 7–12 years)

    Life then and now

    How did families live around 1900? Did they have bathrooms or TVs? And was there even such a thing as a children’s room? Experience with your children what ordinary everyday life was like 100 years ago!

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    Workshop for children (from 4–7 years)

    The crazy laboratory

    Become your very own scientist and researcher here at the TMW – and join us in our ‘crazy laboratory’!

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    Family tour (Children from 7–12 years)

    Everything that has wings, flies!

    People have always dreamed of flying. Whether kites, helicopters or hot-air balloons - come into the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Technical Museum) and hear great stories about them!

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    Aktions-Führung (7–12 ages)

    Electricity – Particles on a journey

    Together we’ll find out what electricity actually consists of, why it always has to flow in a circuit, and lots more besides.

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    CHILDREN’S WORKSHOP (AGE 8 TO 12)

    The Aha! Tour

    Join us on an exciting tour of our experiments – take part and try them out for yourself!

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    Family tour (Children from 7 - 12 years)

    Power – muscle power or power plant?

    Mobile phones, Game Boys, lights – lots of devices in your playroom work with electricity. But how did appliances work in the old days, and how did people do heavy work?

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    KINDER-WORKSHOP (VON 7–12 JAHREN)

    Digibot – digitaler Bildung auf der Spur

    We are all familiar with robots that assist us human beings – but how do they actually work?

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    AKTIONS-FÜHRUNG (7–12 AGES)

    Plastic fantastic? Reusable, synthetic & problematic

    Our lives today are inconceivable without plastic. But what is plastic made of? And what happens to plastic once we’ve used it?

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