Are you thinking of bringing your children or a group of kids to the Jewish Museum? We offer lots of exciting activities for families and groups.
In cooperation with wienXtra we also offer regular programs during the “family days” and during the “Viennese holiday game”. Please look into our event-calendar!
Every Sunday, except from Austrian school holidays, from 2 to 4 pm the Jewish Museum Vienna offers a fascinating program for children (6 to 10 years) and families.
Advanced booking requested: +43 1 535 04 31-130 or -131 or e-mail email@example.com.
Kids € 3,-, Adults regular ticket
With Elvis and Trude through Vienna
The superstar Elvis Presley had a very cool private secretary, Trude Forsher from Vienna. Our exhibition first shows you the exciting family story of the Forshers and a lot of photos of Trude and Elvis. There is music, of course, too, and all of this inspires us to take a special museum tour: What would Elvis like very much here and what would Trude want to show him by all means? Where would the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll live and which beverage would he order? We make a particularly creative souvenir for Elvis out of all of this—as a memento of Vienna.
An event in connection with wienXtra.
Free admission for children, adults €6.00, free with wienXtra-Kinderactivcard.
Closing Out Sale
You always wanted to open your own shop and sell your terrific, self-made items? Then you’re at the right place in the Jewish Museum Vienna! A whole exhibition about women and men who founded their own department stores is running here. During a tour we get to know the department store owners better and afterwards you open your own business! That means designing, crafting, building and, naturally, advertising also has to be created for your goods—all of this will be your job! An active afternoon full of creative tasks awaits you.
Chilling at the Museum
The famous Jewish painter Isidor Kaufmann designed the Shabbat Room in 1899 for the first Jewish Museum in Vienna, a room for celebration, among other things, of the Jewish day of rest. The Israeli artist Maya Zack has created a fantastic installation, allowing us to enter this room and even visit the artist in his studio. We will create our own Shabbat Room to see how Isidor Kaufmann might have celebrated Shabbat and consider what there is to do even when you are not allowed to work.