With interactive workshops, exciting guided tours and comprehensive learning materials, we offer the ideal complement to lessons for all age groups. Learning becomes child's play!

RECOMMENDED EXHIBITIONS


Digital change, digital future: robots and artificial intelligence are finding their way into our private lives. They accompany us in our own four walls, assist us in traffic and give us inspiration in the creative process.
Until summer 2022

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Online-Program
Digitalisation

3D printing for beginners

Printing your own 3D object is easier than you think! A 3D printer allows individual designs to be produced quickly and cost-effectively. 
Kindergartens & Schools
6.–13. Grade (11–19 years)
Workshop
Mobility

Above the clouds

Who hasn’t dreamt of flying like a bird? The dream of flying has been with us since the beginning of time. How is a massive airplane able to take off and who were the first people to take to the skies? 
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–6. Grade (7–12 years)
Workshop

All aboard – the journey is about to begin!

Whether cars, steam locomotives or bicycles – at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology), you will find many different vehicles, both ancient and ultra-modern ones!
Kindergartens & Schools
Kindergarten & Preschool 1. Grade (6–7 years)
Workshop
Digitalisation, Innovation

Artificial intelligence: Neural networks for beginners

What does artificial intelligence mean and what is a “neural network”? This workshop opens up the black box and explains how a neural network is created, trained and used. 
Kindergartens & Schools
9.–13. Grade (14–19 years)
Guide
Digitalisation

Artificial intelligence: The brain of a machine

Learning machines, driverless buses, composing robots: What is artificial intelligence (AI) already capable of and where is it still struggling?
Kindergartens & Schools
7.–13. Grade (12–19 years)
Online-Program
Digitalisation

Artificial intelligence?

Inspired by the new exhibition, this online tour presents the subject of “Artificial intelligence?” from various perspectives.
Kindergartens & Schools
6.–13. Grade (11–19 years)
Guide
Research

Bionics: Nature as a role model

What do a lotus leaf and shark skin have to do with technology? This and other mysteries are unravelled in our bionics hands-on tour.
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–8. Grade (7–14 years)
Guide / Action
Research

Camp-In

Who is brave and adventurous? Pack your sleeping bag and torch and spend an exciting night at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology)!
Kindergartens & Schools
4.–8. Grade (10–14 years)
Workshop
Sustainability

Clean energy

Is electric current actually eco-friendly? What kind of electricity is the best? How can we even tell? In this workshop, we take a closer look at the various forms of renewable energy.
Kindergartens & Schools
5.–10. Grade (10–16 years)
Guide
Sustainability

Climate change – technological change

The climate on our planet is getting warmer. What are the consequences of this process? What causes these changes? Are we in a “climate crisis”? And if so, what can we do about it?
Kindergartens & Schools
6.–13. Grade (11–19 years)
Online-Program
Digitalisation

Coding for beginners, level 1

Learning to code can be easy and fun!
In this workshop, you will learn how to control a microcontroller and electronic components using a self-developed programme. Prior experience is not necessary.
Kindergartens & Schools
6.–13. Grade (11–19 years)
Guide
People & Society

Conformance – the standardisation of everyday life

What was it like to live in Vienna 100 years ago? Join us on a journey to the time of “Red Vienna”, the “Frankfurt kitchen” and the “Tröpferlbad” public baths.
Kindergartens & Schools
9.–13. Grade (14–19 years)
Workshop
Digitalisation

Digibot – tracking digital education

Most of us are familiar with robots that assist us humans – but how do they actually work?
Kindergartens & Schools
1.–4. Grade (6–10 years)
Guide
Energy

Down the mine

How do people work underground? Together we explore the replica mine, accurate down to the smallest detail, underneath the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology)!
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–13. Grade (7–19 years)
Online-Program
Energy

Down the mine

Hidden underneath the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) is the popular historical display mine “Gabrielenzeche”. This online tour gives you and your class the opportunity to experience the coal mine digitally from a distance!
Kindergartens & Schools
6.–13. Grade (11–19 years)
Guide / Action
Energy

Electricity – particles on a journey

What is electricity? And where does it come from? Join us and experience the world of electricity with the help of exciting experiments and objects!
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–5. Grade (7–11 years)
Guide
Energy

Energy – from muscle power to power plant

Just plug it in and it all works. Many everyday items would be useless without electricity! But what was it like in former times? Who did all the work and how did machines function without electricity? 
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–13. Grade (7–19 years)
Guide

Everything that has wings flies!

People have always dreamt of flying. Whether airplanes, helicopters or hot-air balloons – at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology), we have amazing stories to tell about any flying machine!
Kindergartens & Schools
1.–8. Grade (6 to 14 years) Kindergarten & Preschool
Guide
Highlight

Guided tour of highlights

The Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) has been collecting exciting objects from the world of technology for more than 100 years. This guided tour presents some of the museum’s most valuable treasures and puts you in the mood for your own journey of discovery through the museum. 
 
Kindergartens & Schools
5.–13. Grade (10–19 years)
Guide / Action
Energy

High-voltage demonstration

Electricity in the air! An impressive show at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) takes you on a trip through the world of electricity and current.
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–13. Grade (7–19 years)
Guide
Energy

How does a nuclear power plant work?

Most of us have probably heard about nuclear power plants. This guided tour explains how nuclear energy is used, how nuclear power plants actually work and why there have been meltdowns in the past. 
Kindergartens & Schools
5.–13. Grade (10–19 years)
Online-Program
Digitalisation

Human and machine: Working with a laser cutter

Where do intelligent machines have their strengths and where are we humans superior? 
Kindergartens & Schools
5.–13. Grade (10–19 years)
Workshop
Digitalisation

Human and machine: Working with a laser cutter

A machine that can do everything – now that would be something! Humankind has been dreaming of designing artificial assistants for a long time: machines that help us in everyday life. “Artificial intelligence” has already made its way into our living rooms. Where do intelligent machines have their strengths and where are we humans superior? 
Kindergartens & Schools
5.–13. Grade (10–19 years)
Guide
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
Everyday life

Living then and now

How did people live around 1900? Join us on a journey back in time and experience what everyday life was like 100 years ago! 
Kindergartens & Schools
1.–8. Grade (6 to 14 years) Kindergarten & Preschool
Guide
Mobility

LOCO.stars

Trains and locomotives have fascinated young and old for generations. The “LOCO.stars” tour takes you on a journey through nearly 200 years of railway history.
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–8. Grade (7–14 years)
Guide
Media history

Media history – from clay tablets to the Internet

Whether newspapers, radio, television, Internet or mobile phones – information and media have become an integral part of our daily lives. But how did people exchange information and news in the past?
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–13. Grade (7–19 years)
Guide
Mobility

Mobility then and now

What does a sheep have to do with a hot-air balloon? Why did petrol-fuelled cars come out on top? And how could the history of human mobility continue? We answer questions like these!
Kindergartens & Schools
9.–13. Grade (14–19 years)
Guide
Music

Music in the air

Physics, history and entertainment – the guided tour of the collection of musical instruments offers it all. 
How is sound generated? How does it reach the ear? What is sound? We answer all these questions in a melodious tour.
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–13. Grade (7–19 years)
Guide
Research

Nature and insight

The Earth is flat and the sun revolves around it? Great scientists have changed our perception of the world over the millennia and current research continues to astonish us! 
Kindergartens & Schools
9.–13. Grade (14–19 years)
Guide
People & Society

No borders? Technology and migration

What would it be like to live in a different country? Who has ever thought about that? Or has actually lived in another country?
Kindergartens & Schools
9.–13. Grade (14–19 years)
Guide
People & Society

Nothing but work!

What is work? And why is it the way it is? We seek answers to these questions – by telling interesting stories and anecdotes about how workplaces and professions have changed over the course of time.
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–13. Grade (7–19 years)
Guide
Energy

ON/OFF: Our power grid

Where does our electricity come from today? What will the future look like? Join us on a journey through the exciting world of electricity!
Kindergartens & Schools
6.–13. Grade (11–19 years)
Guide
Sustainability

Plastic fantastic? Reusable, synthetic, problematic

Plastic has become an integral part of our daily lives. What is plastic made of? And what happens to plastic once we have used it? 
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–6. Grade (7–12 years)
Workshop
Research

Splish-splash, bubble-bubble

It’s trickling, bubbling and flowing: We dive deep into the colourful world of ships, oceans and soap bubbles!
Kindergartens & Schools
1. Grade (6–7 years) Kindergarten & Preschool
Workshop
Research

The crazy laboratory

All children can become scientists and explorers – in our “crazy laboratory”!
Kindergartens & Schools
1. Grade (6–7 years) Kindergarten & Preschool
Guide
People & Society

The industrial revolution

Never before in history did the world change so profoundly and rapidly as during the industrial revolution. We explain how and why!
Kindergartens & Schools
5.–13. Grade (10–19 years)
Guide
Energy

The world of electricity

Whether washing machines, cookers or fridges – many everyday items would be useless without electricity. We take a look back in time to find out how electricity came into our homes!
Kindergartens & Schools
2.–8. Grade (7–14 years)
Guide
Mobility

Travelling then and now

How did people travel in the past – before airplanes and cars were invented? On a journey through time, we experience the evolution of mobility.
Kindergartens & Schools
Kindergarten & Preschool 1.–8. Grade (6 to 14 years)
Guide
Digitalisation

Travelling then and now

How did people travel in the past – before airplanes and cars were invented? On a journey through time, we experience the evolution of mobility.
Kindergartens & Schools
1.–4. Grade (6–10 years)
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Teaching material

Supplement and deepen your visit to the museum with pedagogically customized materials! We support you in preparing for your museum visit with the class.
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Online formats for schools

Virtual, individual and optimally supervised - the museum has also supplemented its school offerings with interesting online mediations. Here you will find interactive workshop formats on the topics of "digitization" and "media", which are designed live by our mediators.
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Guided tours for teachers

Our guided tours especially for educators will give you a comprehensive overview of our placement services for children and young people.

puzzle rally generator

Put together your own tricky puzzle rally through the TMW! Over 800 questions and tasks across all exhibitions are waiting to be solved. Have fun solving the puzzles!
300 stations
10 exhibitions
10 - 60 minutes
Rätselrallye Generator