Leisure program for children: the highlights in september

Leisure program for children: the highlights in September

The summer months are over, school has started again, but you want to keep the weekends fun? In September there are great activities waiting for you so that your children won’t cry for the summer vacation anymore! We have summarized the program highlights for the beginning of autumn for you here.

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The Red Nose Run Festival

Spending a fun day with other families, working out and doing something good? Yes, that is possible! The General Sports Association of Austria is organizing a donation run for the clown doctors of the Red Noses in September. The whole family is invited!

On the running track you will find happy clowns who cheer you on. Large and small participants in funny costumes will amuse you during the run. You can run, walk, hop, walk or join in a wheelchair! It does not matter how fast you are, but only that you are there: each participation supports the clowndoctors in visiting more patients – whether children, seniors or people with special needs – and strengthening them with the strength of humor. You are helping the Red Noses Association with a start donation that can be paid either online or on site.

The Red noses run feast starts on Sunday, September 15th, 2019 at 9.30 a.m., start of the race is possible between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. The meeting point is in the Vienna Prater, in the Prater Hauptallee on the Meiereistrasse.

The Red Nose Run Festival

Sunday September 15, 2019

Start of the run: between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Prater Vienna – Prater Hauptallee on Meiereistrasse

Subway: U1 and U2 to Praterstern

Tram: Line 0 and Line 5 to Praterstern

Express train: S1, S2, S3, S5, S6, S7 or S15 to Praterstern

Bus: 80a to Praterstern

Registration online or on site

Children up to 5 years: free

Children and adolescents (6 to 17 years): 6 €

Adults over 18 years: 16 €

Families with one child or more: € 32

Streetlife Festival

In September the Mariahilfer and Babenbergerstrasse turn into a street festival again. Instead of the cars that normally drive there, great art, sporting activities and social initiatives are presented on the street. On two stages you can see artists such as Gudrun von Laxenberg, Ankathie Koi, Mundwerk-Crew, Lea Santee and Little Big Sea. There is also a street music spot, street art shows, a large street food market, a street life art and design market and street sports.

On two days in September, around 40,000 visitors are expected to admire and be inspired by 70 acts, artists and initiatives.

Streetlife Festival

Saturday, September 14, 2019 and Sunday, September 15, 2019

from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where: Babenbergerstrasse / Mariahilfer Strasse, 1010, 1060, 1070 Vienna Getting there:

Subway: U2 to Museumsquartier

Tram: Line 1, Line 2, Line D, Line 71 to Burgring

Children: no age restriction

Trial days in the Musisches Zentrum Wien

The Musisches Zentrum Wien has over 70 different courses that children, teenagers and young adults can take part in. With this variety, the decision which one to choose for the musical (further) development is not so easy. From September 16 to 20 you can get information during a trial week and look through the various offers to decide in which direction your child would like to go.

Whether dancing, learning various musical instruments, singing or even everything related to theater – there is something for everyone here! There is also a large selection of courses for the little ones: from ballet to capoeira to early musical education, there are no limits to the creativity of your little ones.

Trial days in the Musisches Zentrum Wien

Monday, September 16, 2019 to Friday, September 20, 2019 from 3 p.m.

Where: Prater Vienna – Prater Hauptallee on Meiereistrasse Getting there:

Subway: U2 to Rathaus, U3 to Volkstheater,

Tram: Line 2 to Lederergasse, Line 46 to Strozzigasse, Line 5 to Albertgasse

Bus: 13A to Piaristengasse, 48A to Burggasse / Neubaugasse

Registration: not mandatory Prices: free Children: from 4 years

Thanksgiving in Vienna’s Augarten

This September, farmers and foresters from all over Austria in Vienna’s Augarten would like to thank them for their harvest. They present the cultural and culinary diversity of Austrian agriculture and provide you with regional delicacies and a great program.

A separate children’s world is “set up” for children: they can let off steam on bouncy castles or live creatively with handicrafts, painting, working and playing with other children. In addition, the little ones learn everything about the forest and wood of the country- & Forest companies in Austria.

Thanksgiving in Vienna’s Augarten

Saturday, September 7, 2019 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Sunday, September 8, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Where: Augarten – Obere Augartenstrasse 1, 1020 Vienna Getting there:

Subway: U2 to Taborstrasse

Tram: Line 2 to Taborstrasse

Bus: 5B to Taborstraße

Children: no age restriction

Monki Park

Also in September we have a great tip for you, regardless of dates and the weather: Monki Park in Millennium City. For everyone taller than 1.20m, an action-packed and fun day is on the program.

The highlight is above all the large, varied indoor high-rope climbing garden: attached to a safety rail, you demonstrate your courage and skill with various obstacles. Divided into four levels of difficulty, everyone can participate – whether professional or beginner, whether very brave or even more careful. A climbing wall and the sky tower are also waiting for young and old climbers!

In addition to the climbing garden, there are some trampolines, a table tennis area, a fun fun and climbing jungle and a separate ball playground! For the racing drivers among you there are also e-go karts with which you can take a jaunt through the jungle landscape.

There is also an area for all toddlers from 0 to 3 years old: a small slide, colored playing pieces and many cute jungle animals ensure a day full of games. Immediately next to this area there is seating for the parents who can rest well here.

Monki Park
Opening hours:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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