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The Kunsthalle showcases Austrian and international contemporary art. Programs, which run for three to six months, tend to focus mainly...
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Lonely Planet review
Kids love this hands-on children's museum, an arts and crafts session with lots of play thrown in. Budding Picassos have the chance to make, break, draw, explore and be creative in the 'Atelier'. ‘Exhibition’ stages a new exhibition every six months, while 'Ocean' appeals to tots with its mirrored tunnels, grottos and ship deck for adventure play that stimulates coordination.
For children aged eight to 14, there is an animated film studio and the future-focused Lab Club. Activities last about 1½ hours and spots can be reserved from the ticket office or by booking online.