The Remise Transport Museum in the heart of Austria’s capital of Vienna has made the exciting history of the city’s public transport system come alive. Located in a former tram depot from 1901, visitors can embark on an interactive journey of Vienna’s transport system through 15 themed exhibits; from the horse-drawn tramway of the imperial age to the opening of the subway system in 1978. “The Remise is a very modern museum aimed at visitors of all ages, but particularly families with kids and those who are interested in the development of public transport in Vienna during the last 150 years,” says Wiener Linien spokesperson Michael Unger about the museum that first opened its doors in September 2014.