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Our new exhibition is all about Austria’s national power grid.
Find out more about the extensive offer of guided tours, workshops and events around the exhibition, designed specially with kindergartens and school classes in mind:

  • Aktions-Führung (Grade 2.–5.)

    Electricity – Particles on a journey

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    What actually is electricity? And where does it come from? Join us as we explore it all, with lots of experiments and exciting exhibits!

  • Guided tour (Grade 2 - 8)

    Man – The Environment – Technology

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    Prevention – reduction – recycling! What can an individual do to protect our blue planet?
  • Guided tour (Grade 2 - 8)

    The world of electricity

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    Washing machines, computers and fridges - just imagine how many everyday items would be useless without electricity. Take a look back in time with us and find out how electricity came into our homes!
  • Guided tour (Grade 2 - 8)

    Energy – from physical strength to power stations

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    Mobile phones, Gameboys, lights – lots of things in your bedroom need electricity to work. But how did equipment work in the past without electricity and how was heavy work carried out?
  • WORKSHOP (GRADE 5 - 10)

    Clean energy

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    How eco-friendly is electric current? What electricity is the best? Is that even a question you can ask? In this workshop we’ll explore the different types of renewable energy.

  • Guided tour (Grade 5-13)

    How does a nuclear power plant work?

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    Most probably, you have already heard something about nuclear power plants. Find out what this is and how nuclear power is generated! What led to the catastrophe in Fukushima?
  • PädagogInnen-Führung

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