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myVienna Travel guide to Vienna with children

Recommendations for a three-day visit to Vienna.

Recommendations First day

  • Oldtimer City Tour

    Sightseeing in Vienna with the whole family

    In a horse-drawn carriage or on two wheels, on the water or in a vintage bus: That's how a sightseeing tour guarantees children and adults a fun time.

  • Ghost of the Children’s Museum at Schönbrunn Palace

    Schönbrunn Palace for children

    The 16 children of Empress Maria Theresia wandered the rooms and corridors of the 300 year-old Schönbrunn Palace. Nowadays, the children's museum "Experience Schönbrunn Palace" whisks visitors young and old away to the everyday life of those times.

  • Orangutan, Schönbrunn Zoo

    Schönbrunn Zoo

    The oldest zoo in the world has in recent decades turned itself into one of the most modern and - by general consensus - one of the most beautiful zoos in the world.

  • Two children climbing on playground equipment that looks like an eagle

    Schönbrunn Maze, Labyrinth & Labyrinthikon

    Once only the imperial family was permitted to walk here, now the Schönbrunn Maze is fun for everyone.

  • Vienna Technical Museum

    Museum of Technology

    The Museum of Technology is a world unto itself. By means of many interactive objects, created by the "cause and effect" principle, technology will be made possible to grasp - in every sense of the term.

Recommendations Second day

  • Vienna Technical Museum

    Free Offers for Children in Vienna

    A visit to Vienna with children need not break the bank. Here you will find tips for adventures in Vienna with your kids that are easy on your wallet.

  • Blacktip reef shark

    House of the Sea

    The House of the Sea displays tropical freshwater and saltwater fish, as well as fish from the Mediterranean and domestic waters, and sharks, all at a lofty height.

  • Two girls feeling felt anemones

    ZOOM Children's Museum

    The ZOOM Children's Museum is all about questioning, touching, exploring, feeling and playing to one's heart's content – on an area of 1,600 square meters.

  • Three girls in the tree-house

    Playgrounds in Vienna

    Space to climb, run and romp around: Whether as a short or longer stop during a sightseeing tour or as an excursion destination in its own right: adventure, forest and water playgrounds delight children.

  • Dinosaur

    Museum of Natural History

    Whether a visit to see the Venus of Willendorf, a tour of the powerful gallery rooms, exciting children's tours, or a rooftop view of Vienna's first district, the Museum of Natural History offers surprises for visitors large and small.

  • House of Music

    House of Music

    In the musical adventure world in the heart of the city, music can be experienced with all of the senses. Giant instruments, computers and state-of-the-art electronics are great for playing, experimenting and discovering.

  • Imperial Palace with the Michaelertor

    Imperial Palace (Hofburg)

    Children’s guided tours through the private apartments of the monarchs: exciting insights into the daily imperial life....

Recommendations Third day

  • Vienna Prater with Giant Ferris Wheel

    Get ready for fun in the Prater

    Dive into the colorful adventure world of the Prater where 250 different stands and attractions wait for you: from a traditional merry-go-round to the ghost train to ultra-modern highlights such as the "Ejection Seat" with which you can reach heights of over 90 meters.

  • Madame Tussauds

    Madame Tussauds

    The world-famous waxworks museum Madame Tussauds is a highlight in the Vienna Prater.

  • Mother and son, who is enjoying his ice cream

    Child-friendly restaurants

    A tour of discovery through the city can make you hungry! Child-size portions, highchairs, changing table or a beautiful guest garden - here you can take your pick of child-friendly establishments.

  • Herzilein Wien, portal

    Shopping with/for children

    From shoes to jeans, from dresses to hats - Vienna's great shops for children remind us that up-to-date fashions for children don't always have to be "cute" and "adorable."