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 31-1538 or -1537 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kids € 3,-, Adults regular ticket
We say goodbye to Maestro Leonard Bernstein and the exhibition about the American in Vienna. You get to know an always fashionably dressed star who also conducted with his eyebrows and loved “Vanillekipferl,” small, crescent-shaped biscuits made with almond pastry and sprinkled with vanilla sugar! At Dorotheergasse we go together with Lenny through “Our City!,” where he meets other famous musicians, composers and conductors. They say goodbye to him by writing a cool postcard, which we design in the studio. Whoever would like to can donate their postcard to the museum—as a memento. Of Bernstein. Of the exhibition. Have a fun afternoon at the museum.
Small art by young artists
The exhibition “All of My Arts” provides inspiration with drawings, paintings, furniture, music and much more. When it comes to Arik Brauer’s art, it comes down to detail—we train our eyes while looking and then model a personal work of art out of what we have discovered. This is fantastic, colorful and so small that it fits into a snow globe.
What does your mom not have yet? What has she never received for Mother's Day? A cool photo that you shot yourself and designed a great frame for. We let ourselves get inspired by the photographer Kurt Klagsbrunn; we find our motifs in the museum and on Dorotheergasse. If your mothers are museum fans, there is no better gift!
Red Is the Heart. For children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren
Lily Renée Willheim fled Vienna in 1938. She took her drawing talent along with her and created comics in New York. Her children’s book “Red Is the Heart” will be published on the occasion of the exhibition “Three with a Pen” and tells of five colors, of the world, and of love. Together we will read her book and then look for something blue, yellow, green, brown and red on Judenplatz. From all these things we will make our own story together and then illustrate it. The five colors we need to do this appear as colored pencils, felt-tip pens, chalk and oil pastels, and on a large sheet of wrapping paper.
What´s new …
... in the Shabbat Room? At the Jewish Museum you can expect a cool installation of photos and objects that tells of the Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest. Our relaxed children’s tour shows you all the objects that are important to Shabbat and why it makes sense to do nothing sometimes. Afterwards your creativity is in demand, because you will set up your own (small) Shabbat rooms—with everything you need for rest!