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School trip to Madame Tussauds Vienna - where past and present are touchable!

Looking for inspiration to give your students a day out they’ll never forget? Madame Tussauds - an exciting destination for a school trip to Vienna. In our wax museum, students experience history first hand!

School trips, excursions, project days – it all sounds like a lot of about a school trip to the most famous wax museum in the world? It has never been easier to combine history and culture and organize a school trip without pointing your finger!

Benefit from reduced school prices via +43 1 89 03 366, use our booking form below or book our schools ticket now!

9€ per student (minimum group of 10), for every 10 students an accompanying teacher gets a free entry. Each additional teacher can get tickets to the student price. 


  • Discounted ticket for pupils
  • Reschedule for free if your plans change

Hello Teacher!

You can register your school trip online here. You will receive a confirmation of the date and price for your school trip. Please send the form 3 days prior to your visit. If you wish to visit on a shorter notice, please call: +43 1 89 03 366. Please fill out all the mandatory fields.
This number does not necessarily have to be the same as on the day of visit.
Not mandatory. Guided school tours take place at 10am und 10:30am.
Please note our opening hours: Friday to Sunday 11:00 - 17:00, last entry 16:00
not mandatory

What's inside Madame Tussauds Vienna

The school visit at Madame Tussauds Vienna begins with a special encounter: Marie Tussaud (lived from 1761-1850) learns how to make wax figures from her step father Dr. Curtius. As a young woman she is forced to mold the death masks of the victims of the French Revolution in Paris into wax. When she inherits her mentor's wax collection, she goes on a travelling exhibition through Britain and Ireland. As an independent entrepreneur, she sets the foundation for the Madame Tussaud's world famous waxwork museum in London.


Napoleon is bigger than expected, Anne Frank is sitting at her desk. On wax figures like these we at Madame Tussauds Vienna, tell stories that will be remembered by all your students. Habsburg Empress Maria Theresia, Karl Marx and many others can tell almost 200 years of Austrian and international history in the middle the Viennese Prater.


After seeing world famous royals such as Queen Elizabeth II, ex state presidents like Heinz Fischer and Barack Obama, the class gets to meet Mahatma Gandhi on his pacifist journey towards India's independence and the Dalai Lama in front of Tibetan prayer wheels.

Arts and Culture

The school trip continues: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as a sensitive musician and Johann Strauss as a glorious conductor, Franz Schubert sitting by the piano and Gustav Klimt standing in front of one of his most famous paintings. Meet Albert Einstein, the greatest Physician of all times, Friedensreich Hundertwasser makes up new words and you can lie down  next to Sigmund Freud on the sofa. An unforgettable school trip for the whole class.

Pop Music & Film

Elvis Presley, Freddie Mercury and Madonna are the classics of the 20th century and the Austrian legend Falco and Udo Jürgens keep them company.

Party & Hollywood

Meet Johnny Depp, Daniel Craig or George Clooney as famous movie stars. Robert Pattinson likes to look deeply into your eyes. A selfie with Beyoncé, Justin Bieber or Lady Gaga makes every school trip a unique experience.

More than wax: Sisi Uncovered Experience

Sight, sound, smell, taste and touch: your 5 senses become part of this experience! You follow golden footsteps and dance the waltz, you smells the Viennese streets from empress Elisabeth “Sisi”’s times. In 2017 Madame Tussauds Vienna has dedicated an own exhibition area full of 5D animations and special effects to Empress “Sisi”.

Madame Tussauds Vienna: an enriching school trip with tons of exciting new facts to take home!

Find more information about guided tours for schools here.

Do you want to challenge your students during the excursion? Download our informative Madame Tussauds Vienna school quiz including solutions here!