Two teenagers are standing in a hot air balloon basket which is movable as soon as you step on it. Part of the exhibition "Mobility"
People & Society

Ingenious women

Science and research have also always been the domain of women. However, this has often been concealed by historians. Find out more about the discoveries and inventions of these women!
Kindergartens & Schools
7.–13. Grade (12–19 years)
Guide
Marie Curie, Ada Lovelace and Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky – these and many other women have done ground-breaking pioneering work and contributed significantly to technological history with their work, knowledge and creativity. For a long time, the accomplishments of women went unnoticed; they were often overshadowed by their famous brothers, fathers, husbands or male colleagues. 
In our guided tour, by contrast, female engineers and scientists take centre stage.
 
Please book in due time – the tours at 9 am are quickly booked out. 
Two accompanying persons can attend for free. Please note that this guided tour is only offered in German. If you are interested in a tour held in English, please contact: wissensvermittlung@tmw.at
 
Two teenagers are standing in a hot air balloon basket which is movable as soon as you step on it. Part of the exhibition "Mobility"
Duration: 50min
Group size: 28
  • Adult € 4,50
  • Under 19 years € 4,50
  • Package under 15 persons: € 67,50
Ask for your desired date:
Tue 29.11.
13:30 o'clock
Tue 29.11.
13:30 o'clock
Tue 29.11.
15:30 o'clock
Wed 30.11.
13:30 o'clock
Thu 01.12.
11:15 o'clock