Technisches Museum

Vienna, Austria

The Technisches Museum Wien dates from the early 20th century. The decision to establish a technical museum was made in 1908, construction of the building started in 1909 and the museum was opened in 1918.

The unique exhibits, from the past to the future, make the museum a showplace for exciting technological developments. Multimedia presentations illuminate the influence of technological achievements on our society, economy and culture. Visitors experience the extraordinary world of technology.

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Founded: 1918
Category: Museums in Austria

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4.7/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Hope M. Pelufo (2 years ago)
Went with our 3,5 years old grandchild, and he had a great time. There are exhibits for every age, and level of interest. We paid Extra to visit the Mini Expo, which has some possible activities for kids, but I am not sure it was worth it. On the other hand, the Mini for the smallest kids, which is free was a huge hit. There's a big slide, there are books, a real firetruck with all its equipment, a booth with sounds and textures, a wall to experiment with touch, and several other interesting interactive stations. Highly recommended for this age range. We spent there a long time. Then, we finished our visit at the museum's restaurant, and I was very impressed with the quality of the food. We tried several vegetarian specialties, and they were all excellent.
Marcus Theman (2 years ago)
The only downside for me was that I could spend only two hours in the museum and I think that two days would have been a better time allocation. That said it was still possible to enjoy the short time I stayed there. The exhibition nicely covered different fields of technology, ages and all was well setup, nothing broken or under construction. After a short while I stopped taking pictures but attached are a few. Surprised to learn that Austria had found use of naval ships I earlier times!
Maria Lujan Medina (2 years ago)
What a wonderful museum this is!!! So much to see and do. Well designed play areas for children are a welcome addition. Amazing exhibitions on the history and evolution of transport, communication, food, technology, science, toys... Just a fantastic opportunity to explore, learn, and enjoy.
Richard Kirk (3 years ago)
Absolutely one of the best museums I've ever been to! Very well laid out, and lots to see and experience. The restaurant is a good place to go to catch your breath before continuing your visit.
Pal Nemety (3 years ago)
Great place to learn about the history of technology. There is also a huge variety of experiments which captivate kids and adults alike. You can easily spend half a day here, maybe even a full one if you visit everything.
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