Natural History Museum - Vienna
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Directions to Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum is among the largest of its kind and one of the most important ones - sometimes it can be overwhelming for kids.... We recommend for you to start with your kids at the insects section and work your way through to the mammals section. Be aware: There is a special hands-on section just for kids so make sure to ask for exact directions at the ticket box.
Another highlight is the famous 'kid's nighttour' using a torch....a real adventure, and for kids that are not easily spooked!
To end the special excursion: treat yourself with a stop in the museum's café - you can order up a chocolate fondue for the table. This will revive everyone!
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