Deustches Muesum

The largest museum of technology and natural sciences in the world, with over 13 acres of exhibitions containing invaluable original machines and equipment, models and reconstructions, from classical mechanics to telecommunications, from a full-size reconstructed coal mine to space travel technology.

If you like anything technical in any way, this is the place to head for. You could spend a week in there easily. Great place for children, too!

 

Permanent exhibitions:

Aerospace
Agriculture
Altamira-Cave
Amateur Radio
Astronautics
Astronomy
Bridge Building
Carriages and Bicycles
Center for New Technologies
Ceramics
Chemistry
Chronometry
Computers
Electrical Power
Energy Technology
Environment
Geodesy

Glass
Hall of Fame
History Deutsches Museum
Hydraulic engineering
Kid's Kingdom
Machine Components
Machine Tools
Marine Navigation
Masterpieces
Mathematical Gallery
Mining
Metallurgy
Microelectronics
Mineral Oil and Natural Gas
Motor Vehicles
Music

Paper
Pharmaceutics
Physics
Power Machinery
Printing
Railways
Scientific Instruments
Technical Toys
Telecommunications
Textile Technology
Tunnel Construction
Weights and Measures

 

Address

Museumsinsel 1 80538 München

Opening Times

daily 9 am - 5 pm
The museum is closed on the following days:

May 1st
November 1st
December 24th
December 25th
December 31st
January 1st

Admission Prices

Adults: EURO 8.50
Students (with a valid certification) and
children and teenagers between the age of 6 and 15 years: EURO 3.00

Getting there

All S-Bahns (station: Isartor),
U-Bahns U1 und U2 (Stations Fraunhoferstraße),
Bus 131 (Stop Boschbrücke),
Straßenbahn Line 17 (Stop Isartor),
Straßenbahn Line 18 (Stop Deutsches Museum). 

 

 

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