We’re inviting everyone to a trip to the Austrian Open-Air Museum Stübing, which showcases Austrian rural architecture and its forms of settlement, economy and life in its “museum valley” near Graz, on Tuesday, 11 August 2020.
We’ll be meeting at Graz Main Station at 12:45 and from there travel to the museum together (roughly 30 minute trip). Admission is € 5.50 for school pupils, apprentices, students under 26, conscripts and those doing civilian service (Regular admission is € 11). Depending on whether you hold any (annual) public transport tickets, you might also need to pay a small fee for the trips to and from the museum.
In the interest of the participants’ safety and in an effort to protect public health, we will enforce a one metre social distancing rule for the Socialising – we urge participants to also practice such safety measures on their way to and from the event!
Should there be bad weather, we’ll instead go to the History Museum in Graz; meeting point and time will be announced timely in that event.
Just indicate if you intend to come via Facebook or by filling out our Google Form by Sunday, 9 August, if you intend to come. For further information, you can contact Philipp Leindl (firstname.lastname@example.org | +436645229286), who is in charge of the Socialising.