Family weekend and school offers
Do you know the tricks that make life in the deep sea possible? What story does a tree trunk preserved in ice for 6,000 years tell? How can I make a model of a comet? You will find the answers on all festival days in the scientific pavilions, which are not only aimed at children, but also at adults.
In addition, a physics vehicle inspires with fantastic experiments to take part in. The youngest can satisfy their curiosity in their own children’s pavilion. The clever rat Rolf Rüdiger, known from Radio Wien, will go live on air at the festival with his puzzle show. A children’s lecture in cooperation with the Zoom children’s museum invites you on an exciting journey on Vienna’s rivers.
Planning your visit to the BE OPEN Festival?
On weekdays, the pavilions are especially available for school classes from grade five. Teachers can register their school at beopenfestival(at)fwf.ac.at.
A visit calendar will be available soon.