Welcome to the press section of the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology)!

We have set up this area specifically for journalists. Here you can find the most important documents (texts and images) on the museum’s current special exhibitions and events.

Should you have any questions concerning topics not listed below or other press enquiries, we will be happy to help you at any time:

Accreditation for media representatives:

We will be happy to provide you with an admission ticket and press material for reporting on exhibitions, events or activities of the Technisches Museum Wien. Please register:

Fri 26.03.2021

miniXplore – exploring STEM in a playful way

New family area starting 26 March 2021
The miniXplore puts a focus on playful exploration – without giving instructions and without “right” or “wrong”, enabling children and accompanying adults to venture on STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) without fear of failure while having a lot of fun and excitement.
Wed 16.12.2020

Artificial Intelligence?

The new special exhibition from mid December 2020
The new exhibition delves into the black box of artificial intelligence, where it finds fascinating algorithms, ingenious innovations and the timeless desires of curious people.
Thu 17.09.2020

The 12.10

Superlative steam locomotive at the Technisches Museum Wien
It is the largest, heaviest, most powerful and fastest steam locomotive ever built in Austria. And it is now back at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) – the extensively restored 12.10 steam locomotive. Next to the impressive original, an interactive video installation revives this legend of Austrian railway history.
Tue 19.11.2019

Who owns PINK?

An installation at the Technisches Museum Wien
For several years now, the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) has been focusing on the colour pink as part of a research project. Lots of new objects have been added to the collection and the existing objects have been reviewed for their colour. Some results of this project will be presented online and as part of the permanent installation entitled “Who owns PINK?”.