Dschungel is a theater that gives performances specifically for younger audiences, from nine months old through teens. I cannot speak to this aspect of Dschungel because I have not taken my kids to a performance there, but I have been to the café located there.
The café is geared towards parents with younger children, two years and under. There are lots of cozy couches that look as if they have removable covers (read: you won’t feel bad if your child spills on them). The couches are along the perimeter of an open area where the kids can run around, and there is also a play area located in one corner of the café. It’s loud enough in there that you won’t want to run out in embarrassment if your child gets loud, but it’s not so loud that you can’t carry on a conversation.
The menu has light snacks such as warm sandwiches and soup, and there is also a variety of coffees and cake on offer. The prices were reasonable: I paid 5 euros for a mélange and piece of cake. This would be a great place to take your kids if they still have energy leftover after ZOOM! as it is located in the same part of the MuseumsQuartier.
for more information:
- Visit the theater’s website.