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 email@example.com.
Kids € 3,-, Adults regular ticket
Shabbat Room, selfmade
We will let ourselves get inspired this afternoon by the Israeli artist Maya Zack, who has set up a Shabbat room for the museum. We will tell you what you can and should not do on Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest that is celebrated once a week, by means of a funny guided tour through the whole museum. Then you will design your own “resting room”— to feel good and chill out!
Kabbalah for kids
On the last day of the Kabbalah exhibition, we’ve prepared a really exciting program: Under the heading “Save Art Now!,” our young guests are on the lookout for objects that they would salvage from the exhibition if the worst came to the worst. We discuss why we saved something and tell you the stories of these works of art, books, pieces of jewelry or manuscripts ...
As a memento of the exhibition, we design magical protective amulets—for the objects’ journey to Amsterdam, where the exhibition will also be on display.
Out and About with Victoria Blitz – A Journey through Time and Space
A journey through time and space, as well as through the three floors of the permanent exhibition in the Jewish Museum at Dorotheergasse 11! Since the famous Victoria Blitz is a very fast means of transport, our tour also shakes a leg. We visit famous Viennese women and men, let them or Victoria tell us exciting stories. In the Atelier, we then design imaginative tickets for our time travel – more suspenseful than in a movie, because you can travel along!
We’re celebrating Purim!
To be properly prepared for the funny Purim festival on March 1, you will experience a Purim game already one week in advance. We will perform the story of the courageous Queen Esther today as a pantomime, which all children can play a role in. You will find out the story and the way it is “packed” before the performance.
The Eye of the Museum. Taking Pictures Like Kurt Klagsbrunn
Inspired by Kurt Klagsbrunn and his photos in the exhibition in the Annex of the Jewish Museum Vienna, we go on a search for exciting subjects. We look around the three floors in the museum and on Dorotheergasse. During this creative experiment, Polaroid cameras are used. In our “Atelier” we design “memory sheets” for the cool photos - just like Kurt Klagsbrunn ...
Our City - Makes Music!
Young visitors and those who accompany them experience a lot of variety on Sunday afternoons at the current temporary exhibitions of the Jewish Museum. Both museum locations offer exciting stories, themes and personalities that we encounter and explore together. We pack what we experience into creative souvenirs produced at the “Atelier.” In this way you can take the museum home with you! This particular Sunday is all about the famous conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein and his love of “Vanillekipferl,” small crescent-shaped biscuits made with almond pastry and sprinkled with vanilla sugar.