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!
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?
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
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.
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?
With the goal of enabling sustainable development at an economic, social and environmental level, the United Nations have defined 17 development goals referred to as SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). The TMW (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) builds bridges between historical objects and current issues regarding sustainable development. This guided tour encourages visitors to think about how technology can contribute to keeping our world liveable for the future.
This online tour connects historical and contemporary objects of the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) with the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals. Based on these goals, current issues are addressed while answering the question of whether and to what extent technology helps make the world more sustainable.
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.