Welcome to the Danube power plant Vienna Freudenau

The Freudenau power plant on the Danube has been generating clean electricity from hydropower since 1998. It connects Vienna and the Donauinsel (Danube Island) and is the ideal place to get to know electricity.

Visit us at the Freudenau power plant and over a period of 90 minutes, experience a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of electricity generation. The stories of hydropower and of this power plant are told in the information centre with its own cinema, various exhibition objects and a large model of the power plant. Vienna Freudenau is the tenth and youngest power plant on the Danube and has been delivering electricity from hydropower since 1998. The fish bypass was the first of this size and a trailblazer for ecological power plant construction.

During the subsequent tour through the power plant, you can see the mighty machines up close – 30 metres below the water's surface you can feel the power of the Danube, which annually provides enough electricity for 280,000 households.

T +43 (0)50313-50221 (with answering machine)

stromhaus@verbund.com

Prices for groups (possible anytime by appointment):

Group up to 15 persons 16 to 25 persons 26 to 50 persons each additional person
Pupils up to 19 years 30.00 € 48.00 € 78.00 € 3.00 per pupil, 3.60 per accompanying person
Others 60.00 € 96.00 € 156.00 € 3.60 €

Family tours (year round every Sunday and holiday at 2 p.m., no appointment necessary) :

Adults 7.20 €
Pupils (7-19 years)

3.60 €

Children (0-6 years) free

Holders of a disability ID: Discount of 50%

Persons with wheelchairs plus one attendant: free entrance to the info centre and participation in the tour

Location and how to get there

To the route planner

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