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Also good for residents of thin-walled rental apartments: make your child a “rage” or “writing box”.

Also good for residents of thin-walled rental apartments: make your child a “rage” or “writing box”.

At the loo

A wonderful place for children when they have to “scream” each other properly. Also good for residents of thin-walled rental apartments: make your child a “rage” or “writing box”. To do this, you paint a simple cardboard box and instruct the children to shout into it if they feel like it.

In the car

Effective: Instead of having to endure a constant noise level, just allow the kids five “screaming minutes”. After that you are exhausted and at best you have peace and quiet. At least for five more minutes;)

App tip

You can measure the volume of your surroundings with your mobile phone, you can download free apps such as the

Noisemeter

. The app measures the noise level permanently and uses psychoacoustic calculations to estimate whether the environment was dangerously loud.

You can find more about this in the current NEWS in your newsagents or

as an e-paper version.

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“Be quiet please” is probably one of the most frequently used sentences by parents. Everywhere the little ones have to learn to turn down their volume – the lively playing, making noise and shouting is not only more fun, but is even important for development. In the following places, your children can really let off steam in terms of volume.

In the indoor playground

For their parents’ ears they are absolute horror, for children the ideal place to let off steam – especially in icy temperatures in winter. The noise level exceeds that of an outdoor swimming pool many times over. The best in Vienna:

  • Indoor playground Albert-Sever-Saal | Schuhmeierplatz 17-18 (access from Thaliastraße), 1160 Vienna |

    www.seversaal.at

    | Opening times: Monday to Sunday 14.00-18.00 | Prices: children EUR 4, parents EUR 2

  • Monki Park Millennium City, Wehlistrasse 66, Top 05-02.0, 1200 Vienna |

    www.monkipark.at

    | Opening times: Mon, Wed, Fri 13.00-19.00, Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun 10.00-19.00 | Prices: Day ticket: children 1 – 3 years EUR 3.90, 4 – 20 years EUR 8.90, from 21 years EUR 3.90, evening ticket from 5 p.m .: children 1 – 3 years EUR 2.70, 4 – 20 years 5.90, from 21 years EUR 2.70

  • Bogi Park | Johannesgasse 23, 1010 Vienna |

    www.bogipark.at

    | Opening times: Day ticket: children 1 – 2 years EUR 4, 3 – 16 years EUR 9.50, adults EUR 4, evening ticket: from 5 p.m., children 1 – 2 years EUR 2.50, 3 – 16 years EUR 5, adults EUR 3

  • Family Fun | Breitenleerstraße 77, 1220, Vienna, Austria |

    www.familyfun.at

    | Opening times: Mon – Fri from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., Sa, Sun, public holidays and vacations from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. | Prices: Day ticket: children 1 – 3 years EUR 3.40, 3 – 16 years EUR 7.90, parents EUR 3.50 each, grandparents EUR 2 (I find it very charming that there are special prices for grandma and grandpa. ), Evening ticket: from 5.00 p.m. children 1 – 3 years EUR 1.50, 3 – 16 years EUR 4, parents EUR 2 and grandparents EUR 1

  • Rainy weather margin | Kalvarienberggasse 17/2, 1170 Vienna |

    www.regenwetter.net

    | Opening times: Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Sunday are reserved for parties | Prices: Children from EUR 2.50 (1 hour) to EUR 4.50 without time limit, adults always EUR 1

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In the football stadium

Olé, Olé, Olé! Ask about a family sector in your favorite stadium – in the Ernst Happel Stadium, for example, some organizers such as SK Rapid set up their own child-friendly zones so that the little ones can enjoy their favorite football in a protected environment.

via GIPHY

At a pop concert

At a gig by their favorite musician or band, children can scream their hearts out and nobody cares.

In the outdoor playground

Perfect when the weather is nice: Vienna has a large selection of adventure, forest and water playgrounds. For example the Jesuitenwiese on the Parter, where you can also toboggan in winter, the Robinson Island adventure playground in the 19th district, the forest playground on Cobenzl with its balancing stations, Europe’s largest water playground “Water Tower”, the train and train themed playground near the central cemetery and the excavator park with its real ones Excavators and construction machinery.

In the Prater

Whether in the ghost train or on the roller coaster: Here parents of happily screaming children don’t get crooked looks.

At the loo

A wonderful place for children when they have to “scream” each other properly. Also good for residents of thin-walled rental apartments: make your child a “rage” or “writing box”. To do this, you paint a simple cardboard box and instruct the children to shout into it if they feel like it.

In the car

Effective: Instead of having to endure a constant noise level, just allow the kids five “screaming minutes”. After that you are exhausted and at best you have peace and quiet. At least for five more minutes;)

App tip

You can measure the volume of your surroundings with your mobile phone, and you can download free apps such as the

Noisemeter

. The app measures the noise level permanently and uses psychoacoustic calculations to estimate whether the environment was dangerously loud.

You can find more about this in the current NEWS in your newsagents or

as an e-paper version.

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“Be quiet please” is probably one of the most frequently used sentences by parents. Everywhere the little ones have to learn to turn down their volume – the lively playing, making noise and shouting is not only more fun, but is even important for development. In the following places, your children can really let off steam in terms of volume.

In the indoor playground

For their parents’ ears they are absolute horror, for children the ideal place to let off steam – especially in icy temperatures in winter. The noise level exceeds that of an outdoor swimming pool many times over. The best in Vienna:

  • Indoor playground Albert-Sever-Saal | Schuhmeierplatz 17-18 (access from Thaliastraße), 1160 Vienna |

    www.seversaal.at

    | Opening times: Monday to Sunday 14.00-18.00 | Prices: children EUR 4, parents EUR 2

  • Monki Park Millennium City, Wehlistrasse 66, Top 05-02.0, 1200 Vienna |

    www.monkipark.at

    | Opening times: Mon, Wed, Fri 13.00-19.00, Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun 10.00-19.00 | Prices: Day ticket: children 1 – 3 years EUR 3.90, 4 – 20 years EUR 8.90, from 21 years EUR 3.90, evening ticket from 5 p.m.: children 1 – 3 years EUR 2.70, 4 – 20 years 5.90, from 21 years EUR 2.70

  • Bogi Park | Johannesgasse 23, 1010 Vienna |

    www.bogipark.at

    | Opening times: Day ticket: children 1 – 2 years EUR 4, 3 – 16 years EUR 9.50, adults EUR 4, evening ticket: from 5 p.m., children 1 – 2 years EUR 2.50, 3 – 16 years EUR 5, adults EUR 3

  • Family Fun | Breitenleerstraße 77, 1220, Vienna, Austria |

    www.familyfun.at

    | Opening times: Mon – Fri from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., Sa, Sun, public holidays and vacations from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. | Prices: Day ticket: children 1 – 3 years EUR 3.40, 3 – 16 years EUR 7.90, parents EUR 3.50 each, grandparents EUR 2 (I find it very charming that there are special prices for grandma and grandpa. ), Evening ticket: from 5.00 p.m. children 1 – 3 years EUR 1.50, 3 – 16 years EUR 4, parents EUR 2 and grandparents EUR 1

  • Rainy weather margin | Kalvarienberggasse 17/2, 1170 Vienna |

    www.regenwetter.net

    | Opening times: Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Sunday are reserved for parties | Prices: Children from EUR 2.50 (1 hour) to EUR 4.50 without time limit, adults always EUR 1

In the football stadium

Olé, Olé, Olé! Ask about a family sector in your favorite stadium – in the Ernst Happel Stadium, for example, some organizers such as SK Rapid set up their own child-friendly zones so that the little ones can enjoy their favorite football in a protected environment.

via GIPHY

At a pop concert

At a gig by their favorite musician or band, children can shout their hearts out and nobody cares.

In the outdoor playground

Perfect when the weather is nice: Vienna has a large selection of adventure, forest and water playgrounds. For example the Jesuitenwiese on the Parter, where you can also toboggan in winter, the Robinson Island adventure playground in the 19th district, the forest playground on Cobenzl with its balancing stations, Europe’s largest water playground “Water Tower”, the train and train themed playground near the central cemetery and the excavator park with its real ones Excavators and construction machinery.

In the Prater

Whether in the ghost train or on the roller coaster: Here parents of happily screaming children don’t get crooked looks.

At the loo

A wonderful place for children when they have to “scream” each other properly. Also good for residents of thin-walled rental apartments: make your child a “rage” or “writing box”. To do this, you paint a simple cardboard box and instruct the children to shout into it if they feel like it.

In the car

Effective: Instead of having to endure a constant noise level, just allow the kids five “screaming minutes”. After that you are exhausted and at best you have peace and quiet. At least for five more minutes;)

App tip

You can measure the volume of your surroundings with your mobile phone, you can download free apps such as the

Noisemeter

. The app measures the noise level permanently and uses psychoacoustic calculations to estimate whether the environment was dangerously loud.

You can find more about this in the current NEWS in your newsagents or

as an e-paper version.

Video recommendation: Old wives’ tale cleared up

© Video: G + J Digital Products

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“Be quiet please” is probably one of the most frequently used sentences by parents. Everywhere the little ones have to learn to turn down their volume – the lively playing, making noise and shouting is not only more fun, but is even important for development. In the following places, your children can really let off steam in terms of volume.

In the indoor playground

For their parents’ ears they are absolute horror, for children the ideal place to let off steam – especially in icy temperatures in winter. The noise level exceeds that of an outdoor swimming pool many times over. The best in Vienna:

  • Indoor playground Albert-Sever-Saal | Schuhmeierplatz 17-18 (access from Thaliastraße), 1160 Vienna |

    www.seversaal.at

    | Opening times: Monday to Sunday 14.00-18.00 | Prices: children EUR 4, parents EUR 2

  • Monki Park Millennium City, Wehlistrasse 66, Top 05-02.0, 1200 Vienna |

    www.monkipark.at

    | Opening times: Mon, Wed, Fri 13.00-19.00, Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun 10.00-19.00 | Prices: Day ticket: children 1 – 3 years EUR 3.90, 4 – 20 years EUR 8.90, from 21 years EUR 3.90, evening ticket from 5 p.m .: children 1 – 3 years EUR 2.70, 4 – 20 years 5.90, from 21 years EUR 2.70

  • Bogi Park | Johannesgasse 23, 1010 Vienna |

    www.bogipark.at

    | Opening times: Day ticket: children 1 – 2 years EUR 4, 3 – 16 years EUR 9.50, adults EUR 4, evening ticket: from 5 p.m., children 1 – 2 years EUR 2.50, 3 – 16 years EUR 5, adults EUR 3

  • Family Fun | Breitenleerstraße 77, 1220, Vienna, Austria |

    www.familyfun.at

    | Opening times: Mon – Fri from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., Sa, Sun, public holidays and vacations from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. | Prices: Day ticket: children 1 – 3 years EUR 3.40, 3 – 16 years EUR 7.90, parents EUR 3.50 each, grandparents EUR 2 (I find it very charming that there are special prices for grandma and grandpa. ), Evening ticket: from 5.00 p.m. children 1 – 3 years EUR 1.50, 3 – 16 years EUR 4, parents EUR 2 and grandparents EUR 1

  • Rainy weather margin | Kalvarienberggasse 17/2, 1170 Vienna |

    www.regenwetter.net

    | Opening times: Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Sunday are reserved for parties | Prices: Children from EUR 2.50 (1 hour) to EUR 4.50 without time limit, adults always EUR 1

In the football stadium

Olé, Olé, Olé! Ask about a family sector in your favorite stadium – in the Ernst Happel Stadium, for example, some organizers such as SK Rapid set up their own child-friendly zones so that the little ones can enjoy their favorite football in a protected environment.

via GIPHY

At a pop concert

At a gig by their favorite musician or band, children can scream their hearts out and nobody cares.

In the outdoor playground

Perfect when the weather is nice: Vienna has a large selection of adventure, forest and water playgrounds. For example the Jesuitenwiese on the Parter, where you can also toboggan in winter, the Robinson Island adventure playground in the 19th district, the forest playground on Cobenzl with its balancing stations, Europe’s largest water playground “Water Tower”, the train and train themed playground near the central cemetery and the excavator park with its real ones Excavators and construction machinery.

In the Prater

Whether in the ghost train or on the roller coaster: Here parents of happily screaming children don’t get crooked looks.

At the loo

A wonderful place for children when they have to “scream” each other properly. Also good for residents of thin-walled rental apartments: make your child a “rage” or “writing box”. To do this, you paint a simple cardboard box and instruct the children to shout into it if they feel like it.

In the car

Effective: Instead of having to endure a constant noise level, just allow the kids five “screaming minutes”.

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