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Exhibition
The urban future
Führungen und Workshops

The Urban Future accompanying programme

A programme to suit all ages

Join us and, together with your children, explore our exciting programme at the new urban future exhibition.

What did cities used to look like – and what will they look like in the future? How do you actually plan a city? What are the differences from one country to another?
As urban planners we’ll be looking at these and other intriguing questions.

  • GUIDED TOUR (ADULTS)

    The city - dynamic and innovative

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    What actually is a city – and how does it evolve? On this guided tour we’ll examine these questions and look at what has changed over time.

  • FAMILY TOUR (CHILDREN FROM 8–13 YEARS)

    On the city trail

    © Technisches Museum Wien, Foto: Klaus Pichler

    What is a city? Everyone knows the answer to that! But if you think about it, there are lots of questions.

  • WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN (FROM 4–7 YEARS)

    My city - The small city workshop

    © Technisches Museum Wien, Foto: Klaus Pichler

    Do you know what a city is? Of course you do: lots of houses, streets, cars, and people. But is that really all? Together we’ll explore what actually constitutes a city and discover lots of exciting, surprising and even crazy things.

  • WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN (FROM 8–13 YEARS)

    Urban developers - Building my own city

    © Technisches Museum Wien, Foto: Klaus Pichler

    Together we’ll find out how a city actually works. And, as a highlight, we’ll plan and build our very own fantasy city!

  • CHILDREN'S BIRTHDAY WORKSHOP (FROM 8–13 YEARS)

    Urban developers - Building my own city!

    © Technisches Museum Wien
    In a city there’s always something to do. But is everything really the way you would like it to be? Why are cities the way they are? And could they not be completely different?
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