The interactive exhibition about nutrition
What are we eating today? What’s in it and is it healthy? Where does it come from and how does it get to me? Is it still edible? These are questions that we encounter every day and that constantly require us to make decisions.
until Summer 2022
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

Science Corner: Networking of man and machine

A museum stage for research projects of the TU Wien
Which technological innovations will shape the future of our lives, our mobility, our industries or our communication? This new exhibition area presents cutting-edge scientific research and state-of-the-art technological developments.
until end of autumn 2022

The 12.10

A Superlative Steam locomotive
It is the largest, heaviest, most powerful and fastest steam locomotive ever built in Austria: The 12.10!
Since 2017, the colour pink has been the focus of a research project at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology). Numerous new objects have been added to the collection. The existing objects in the depots have been reviewed for their colour. Some results of this research project will be posted online and presented as part of the installation entitled “Who owns PINK?”.

Cherished – Praised – Unwanted

Household items between desire and reality
In this exhibition, the users of household appliances get a chance to speak, providing an insight into recollections of not only treasured companions, but also unwanted gifts and disappointed promises.

Inventory No. 1938

Provenance research at the Technisches Museum Wien
Cars, radios and instantaneous water heaters: The looting raids of the Nazis did not stop at objects of everyday life. Since 1998, the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) has been combing through its collection for items once looted by the Nazis and has been trying to track down their rightful owners.