In the Art nouveau ambience of the Museum of Technology Vienna, unique objects from the past and present tell of the life and work of famous personalities.
For example, the Etrich II "Taube" brings the pioneering days of powered flight to life, the Mercedes W 196 "Silberpfeil" tells of his adventures and the court salon car of Empress Elisabeth looks back on numerous journeys with its owner.
Self-playing musical instruments, functioning steam engines, a lifelike coal mine - the exhibits of the Museum of Technology Vienna invite you to marvel, participate and try things out. Speak your own television announcement in the television studio, test the volume of your voice in the shouting booth or watch how lightning and charges make your hair stand on end.
In addition, the Museum of Technology Vienna has the most valuable railroad collection in Austria. Thus, magnificent large objects such as Ajax, Steinbrück and Co can be admired in the museum.