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Family-Friendly Tour of Vienna

There are plenty of things to keep kids happy in Vienna
Rating: 3 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 3.7 miles
Duration: Half day
Family Friendly

Overview :  Vienna is a very family-friendly city. Many museums or city attractions have rooms designated especially for children where younger... more »

Tips:  Be sure to bring your child’s school ID since many Vienna attractions allow children to enter for free or at a discounted rate.

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Points of Interest

The hall in this riding school was originally built in the 1700s to provide aristocratic children a place to take riding instructions. Today, it remains a traditional riding school for Lipizzaner horses, where classic equestrian skills are practiced.

The school offers performances, viewing of training sessions, guided tours and visits to the... More

2. ZOOM Children's Museum Vienna

The museum, located in MuseumsQuartier, lets children explore the world with their senses. Four different areas are located over the 1,600 square meters of the museum:

ZOOM Animated Film Studio (ages 8-14)
Children learn and experiment with film and sound.

ZOOM Exhibition (ages 6-12)
Interactive, changing exhibitions about science, art, culture... More

3. Dschungel Cafe

Located in MuseumsQuartier, this deli/café is a comfortable place to sit down with the kids and feel welcomed. The café consists of two halls and a terrace. The deli menu is children friendly and mostly organic.

From here hail a cab to Stadtpark, or walk over to Volkstheater stop and get on the U3 (orange line) towards Simmering. Get off at the ... More

This Viennese City Park has a total surface of 65,000 square meters. The landscape painter Josef Selleny designed the park in the style of English gardens, while the city gardener Rudolf Siebeck made the plans. The park was the first public park in Vienna and opened in August of 1862. The Stadtpark has the largest number of monuments and... More

An interactive discovery museum located in the heart of Vienna between St. Stephen’s Cathedral and Vienna State Opera. Across an exhibition space of 54,000 square feet, a range of hi-tech interactive and multimedia presentations introduce the world of music, from the earliest human use of instruments to the music of the present day.
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