With a variety of guided tours, workshops and online programs, we provide orientation in a lively field of research and experimentation. Here you can book your ideal museum experience directly or contact us for your tailor-made program!
You’re clear for take-off! Celebrate your birthday at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) and take off into a world of hot-air balloons, biplanes and propellers with all your friends!
Who hasn’t dreamt of flying like a bird? The dream of flying has been with us since the beginning of time. How is a massive airplane able to take off and who were the first people to take to the skies?
Join us on the big birthday treasure hunt through the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology)! Together we set out on a search for a well-hidden treasure and then have our batteries recharged at the lightning show!
Come aboard, sailor! Celebrate your birthday on the high seas and dive into the colourful world of ships, oceans and giant soap bubbles! Join our captains on a discovery tour to find out why drops are round and how a water strider can move about on the water's surface without sinking.
It’s getting warmer: The climate change has implications for all parts of the world. But what causes this change? How do humans influence the climate? Is mankind threatened by a “climate disaster”? And if so, what can we do about it?
Hidden underneath the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) is the popular historical display mine “Gabrielenzeche”. This online tour gives you and your class the opportunity to experience the coal mine digitally from a distance!
Just plug it in and it all works. Many everyday items would be useless without electricity! But what was it like in former times? Who did all the work and how did machines function without electricity?
People have always dreamt of flying. Whether airplanes, helicopters or hot-air balloons – at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology), we have amazing stories to tell about any flying machine!
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1.–8. Grade (6 to 14 years)Kindergarten & Preschool
At the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology), technology becomes a unique experience on an area of more than 22,000 m². In this guided tour, the museum presents its most valuable treasures and puts you in the mood for your own journey of discovery through the museum.
The Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) has been collecting exciting objects from the world of technology for more than 100 years. This guided tour presents some of the museum’s most valuable treasures and puts you in the mood for your own journey of discovery through the museum.
At the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Technical Museum), technology is a thrilling experience that plays out over more than 22,000 m² of exhibition space. It’s where we showcase our greatest treasures, hopefully whetting everyone’s appetite to embark on their own voyages of discovery in our Museum!
A machine that can do everything – now that would be something! Humankind has been dreaming of designing artificial assistants for a long time: machines that help us in everyday life. “Artificial intelligence” has already made its way into our living rooms. Where do intelligent machines have their strengths and where are we humans superior?
Empress Elisabeth already fascinated contemporaries in her lifetime and, even today, her person and her myth capture the imagination of many people. During her lifetime, mobility in the Danube Monarchy saw a rapid change and feats of craftsmanship were accomplished “in honour of the empress”.
Hearing one of the self-playing instruments at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology) makes you feel like being at a nostalgic funfair or Western saloon rather than at the museum!
Calling all inventors! Celebrate a big birthday party at the Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology), where we explore spectacular miracle machines – and invent some ourselves!