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Freeletics Spot Technisches Museum, Vienna

Categories: Science Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
See the first steam train to run in the country, learn about the development of the piano, and explore large-scale exhibits featuring a steel-melting crucible, carriages, planes, and helicopters at Freeletics Spot Technisches Museum. Opened in 1918, the museum has a large collection of technology and interactive displays in permanent exhibitions, including those about nature, heavy industry, energy, everyday life, communications, musical instruments, transport, and research. Explanations are provided in German and English, and the museum is wheelchair accessible. Take a break to enjoy a snack at the cafe on site, and be sure to check the website for information about which areas are under renovation prior to your visit. Plan to visit Freeletics Spot Technisches Museum and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Vienna attractions using our Vienna vacation planner.
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  • We thought this Museum in 2 hours, in the end it was 4 hours, but we "flew over" some collections because we were caught by the time (we left the next day). It has an impressive scope of "subjects" of the royal train to the collection of bumps to teeth, through the old typewriters, radios, computers, old appliances, planes... What struck me most interested was the television studio, there was no one, but I could improvise and hubby filming me via the big screen TV that was on the wall. That's impressive. This day there few children, some near the gift shop who played and you could understand them, given the amount of gadgets on display, we even were drawn... A nice visit in this museum which is not far from the Park of Schönbrunn (10 minute walk). This museum is included in the Vienna Card.
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  • It is a very large museum suitable for visitors of all ages. It has real old trains, cars and even planes. You can spend the entire day there. 
  • So much to see, from exhibits on heavy industry, railways, water treatment, transport, telecommunications, household equipment, medical devices, electronics, computers, musical instruments, mining, el...  read more »
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