Museums in Vienna are plenty and they’re not only places where adults can learn from the past and present. Kids, too, have a place in some of these museums.
Families visiting the capital city of Austria can bring their small kids to these places to keep them entertained. Some of these museums have kid-friendly attractions where children, regardless of their native language, can learn a lot of things.
Wien Museum – The Vienna Museum offers play and educational activities for kids two to six years old during winter time. Other areas where they can explore are the House of Music, the virtual conductor that provides children with an opportunity to lead the Vienna Philharmonic and the waltz dice game. The Namadeus name game, on the other hand, allows names to be made into original Mozart pieces.
ZOOM – This museum located at the MuseumsQuartier boasts of several sections great for children. The ZOOM Ocean gives toddlers and preschoolers a hands on experiencee while the Atelier area gives them an opportunity to work with the real artists and learn how to use new materials and techniques.
Schloss Schonbrunn Experience – At this children’s museum located in the Schonbrunn Palace complex, kids can dress up as a prince or princess at the end of their visit and have their photos taken. Other attractions here awaiting the young ones are the Magic Flute of Mozart, Hansel and Gretel, Aladdin and the Magic Lamp and Die Fledermaus.
Museum of Natural History – This is where kids can have a chance to be transformed into prehistoric humans particularly at the morphing station. They can see how they’d look in the ancient times and then they can email this to their friends.