The Technisches Museum offers pleasure for adults, adolescents, children and families alike, thanks to its experiential character. Experimentation and the strong interactive character of the museum enable visitors to experience technical phenomena and contexts directly. The collection ranges from the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution to the latest cutting-edge developments.
The ticket allows one-time access to all permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions and the ‘Mini’ and ‘Mini mobil’ children's area.
Guided tours are subject to surcharge.
Children under 19 are admitted free of charge.
Last admission is half an hour before closing time! The ‘Mini’ and ‘Mini Mobil’ areas are subject to different opening hours.
The museum is closed on 1 January, 1 May, 1 November, 25 December and 31 December.
Opening hours 30 May-30 June:
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 10:00-18:00
Planned opening hours from 1 July-31 August:
Planned opening hours from 1. September (regular opening hours)
Mo – Fr: 09.00 – 18.00
Sat, Sun, public holidays: 10.00 – 18.00
November 1st is no longer a closing day; starting 2020, the museum will be open on this day.
Wheelchair users and visitors with prams should contact the supervisory staff in order to activate the appropriate access aids in the middle hall and E1 area.
52 oder 60 - Penzinger Straße
10 - Johnstraße/Linzer Straße
10 A - Johnstraße/Linzer Straße
57 A - Anschützgasse
U3 - Johnstraße + 10 min walk
U4 - Schönbrunn + 10 min walk
This ticket admits the visitor to the Vienna Furniture Museum, a furniture collection that has no parallel anywhere in the world.
The Maze & Labyrinth in the park at Schönbrunn are the perfect attraction for young and old alike!
A single ticket opens the doors to three top attractions of imperial Austria for visitors to the Vienna Hofburg: the Sisi Museum, Imperial Apartments and the Silver Collection.
Schönbrunn Zoo – the oldest zoo in the world and the best zoo in Europe.
Fascinating women – moving stories.
Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of the Viennese court, and follow fundamentally different people such as Empress Maria Theresa, Emperor Franz Joseph and Napoleon Bonaparte through their eventful lives.