Have the museum to yourself for a night along with a program of activities one things for sure, there wont be much time to sleep!Welcome drink, live show in the Digital Planetarium, gala dinner with live music by the ensemble "Café Monique" in the Dome Hall, torch-lit tour of the collections with a glass of sparkling wine on the roof of the museum overlooking Vienna city center, sleeping in the Dinosaur Hall, and breakfast in the café in the Dome Hall.Language: GermanNext date: February 23, 2019Duration: 7.00 p.m. until 8.30 a.m.
Please bring: a sleeping bag
Price: 200 per person
Tickets: Tickets must be purchased in advance from the NHM Vienna Shop, email@example.com
Information on activity program: NHM Vienna Education Service
01/521 77 335 (Mon 14:0017:00, WedFri 9:0012:00)
In the Mezzanine of the Natural History Museum Vienna there is a series of 15 free-standing exhibits from the fields of mineralogy, geology, and anthropology designed especially with blind visitors to the museum in mind. This hands-on trail providing information about the objects and their history was created and tested in cooperation with a class from the Austrian Federal Institute for the Blind, a school for blind and visually impaired pupils.
Descriptions of the individual exhibits and a map of the trail are available in braille from the information desk. These texts can also be listened to using an audioguide.
The braille brochure and audioguide are available only in German.
The map shows the positions of our most important hands-on-objects:
Map and details on the exhibits