OCT. 2011 - JUL. 2012

Interactive Exhibition for Children

When I grow up I want to be a ...

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© Nadia Budde
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© Technisches Museum Wien, Photo: Klaus Pichler
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Baustelle

Auf unserer Baustelle gibt es viel zu tun!

© Technisches Museum Wien, Photo: Klaus Pichler
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© Technisches Museum Wien, Photo: Klaus Pichler
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© Technisches Museum Wien, Photo: Klaus Pichler
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Exhibition
AT WORK

Term: 21 October 2011 - 15 July 2012

Work and play


There's no contradiction when it comes to the WORK IN PROGRESS interactive exhibition! Here, you can discover the working and professional world on a giant playing field. Full commitment is required at the many interactive stations!

How do you work at a machine, for example? Try it out in our teddy bear factory - are you quick and dexterous? There's also lots to do on our building site and in our office!

Have you ever considered what you would like to be? VSO/Peace Corps worker, rescue pilot, singer - or would you prefer a more classic profession? The wondrous dream-job machine will show you lots of possible jobs!

But why do people have to work, anyway? You'll find lots of answers in the WORK IN PROGRESS exhibition. And afterwards, if you still have no desire to work and are still dreaming of the land of milk and honey - that's not a problem; even that's in the interactive exhibition!

  • Workshop for Children (from 8 - 12 years)

    Dream factory

    © Technisches Museum Wien, Illustration: Nadia Budde
    Do you know what kind of work you would like to do some day? Maybe you want to be a research scientist, a gardener or a technician? Or how about a computer game tester or inventor of sweets?
  • livingbooks@inarbeit

    © Nadia Budde
    Unfortunately this article is only available in German.

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