Long Night of Museums: Family tour of the collection
|Sat 02.10||Long Night of Museums: Family tour of the collection||6:00 pm–6:30 pm|
|Sat 02.10||Long Night of Museums: Family tour of the collection||7:00 pm–7:30 pm|
Already for the 21st time, the ORF initiates the Long Night of Museums – also the Nordico opens its doors for culturally interested night owls from 18:00 to 01:00 in the morning. With the show 100% Linz, the City Museum reveals hidden things from its storehouse of memories. Like a kaleidoscope, it reflects Linz in many facets and brings its museum pieces into new contexts. The open narrative offers fun insights into the city’s history. All exhibits are 100% from the museum’s own collection and represent a time or event that is connected to Linz. Our team provides an overview in a special guided tour for families.
Limited number of participants. Tickets are available at the box office 15 min. before the tour.
Tickets Long Night of the Museums
The ticket is valid on October 2, 2021 from 18:00 to 01:00. The regular / reduced ticket is valid as an admission ticket for all participating museums and as a ticket for the shuttle buses. The ticket is available in advance at all participating museums and cultural institutions, in these and at the “Treffpunkt Museum” on the main square also on the day of the event.
|Children under 12||free|
- Reduced tickets for Ö1 Club members, schoolchildren, students, senior citizens, people with disabilities and military personnel.
- The regional ticket is only valid as an admission ticket outside the city limits of Linz (exception: Turm 9 - Stadtmuseum Leonding).
Long Night of Museums at Nordico
|Sat 02.10||Long Night of Museums: Q&A about the exhibition „Young Hitler“|
The team of the Nordico Stadtmuseum are available for questions and discussions at the current exhibition “Young Hitler”.
|6:00 pm–11:00 pm|
|Sat 02.10||Long Night of Museums: How could this happen?|
How could a young person in Linz become so radicalized? Could that also be the case today? Which social groups and associations contributed to a climate of racism and anti-Semitism back then? Were there voices of dissent? What is it like today? An interactive exploration of the exhibition The Young Hitler for families and youth. Participation possible at any time. Event in the framework of the Long Night of Museums.
|6:00 pm–10:00 pm|