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For a first-time visitor,...
For a first-time visitor, Munich's grand Deutches Museum creates quite an impression (at least, it did for me). The museum is focused on 'technical' displays (such as models and dioramas) and showcases everything form railways to aqueducts to jet engines and so on ... I particularly enjoyed the vintage cars, pictured.
Many fascinating models, dioramas, displays, etc. Most exhibits also include detailed descriptions in German and English so that visitors can learn exactly how things work.
Some people dont like to visit museum while on vacation, so this tip is not for you but if you do like museum, the Deutches museum is absolutely great.
Very big. 17 KM of gallery. It' s all about technology.
The Deutsches Museum is the...
The Deutsches Museum is the Germans greatest technical museum and offers a lot of outstanding attractions.
You can visit a real mine in the basement, locomotives, cars, planes and real rockets ! It will take you a lot of time to see all, so you'll have to make a selection. At night you can visit the IMAX theater.
A medley of museums
People tell me there are lots of great museums in Munich. I haven't been to any of them. But I imagine they are all small and rather crappy and over-hyped by the locals. I mean, I've been to a lot of major museums around the world - the British Museum, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Tokyo National Museum, the Prado, the Gold Museum in Bogota, the National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC. The Smithsonian. Alcatraz Island. The V&A. The Natural History museums in London and New York. The Maui Aquarium. I think the chances of me being impressed by anything that Munich has to offer are relatively slim. I just hope for your sake, if you plan on visiting one, that it's better than the Maltese Natural History Museum...
Some of the great museums in...
Some of the great museums in Munich, include The Schack Galerie, The Alte Pinakothek, The Deutsche Museum, located on the Isar island, fantastic technological museum, showing German achievements in Science and Technology. Another place not to miss, while in Munich is The Nymphenburg Palace.
Beautiful museums, expanding several centuries of Art and Technology.
It's the biggest museum in Europe I think, dealing with science.
You'll find any information you want about physics, chemistry, time measuring, mining, music, pharmacy, biology, mathematics, motoring, electricity... and much more.
They have a Foucault-pendulum to prove the earth's movement, they show experiments with lightning in Faraday's cage - and they close too early!
The museum is open from 9 - 17 every day (even mondays!) and you simply MUST decide before you go what is the most interesting thing for you. You'll run out time whenever you go, even if you think beforehand, that you're not interested in science...
Laser show in the planetarium
The Munich planetarium next to the Deutsches Museum have laser shows with different musics. I visited the 'Pink Floyd' programme - they do hardtrance as well and a mixed programme with PetShopBoys etc.
It's a wonderful thing: you relax in your comfortable seat in the planetarium, listen to really good music surrounding you by powerful technic and over your head the stars are dancing, accompanied by colourful laserfigures and entertaining pictures... just great!
Deutsches Museum - Verkehrszentrum
This is a seperate part of the Deutsche Museum, this is for transport. Theres a predictably good selection of old cars, buses, trams, trains etc, a great place to visit on a rainy morning, particularly liked getting close to an old funicular engine, thoroughly enjoyed!
Deutsches Museum von Meisterwerken der Naturwissenschaft und Technik - German Museum of Masterpieces of Science and Technology - is the world's largest museum of technology and science, with approximately 1.5 million visitors per year and about 28,000 exhibited objects from 50 fields of science and technology.
The Deutsches Museum is open daily from 09:00 to 17:00, ticket presale from 9:00 to 16:00.
(Kid's Kingdom closes 16:30, last admission 16:00)
All S-Bahn train lines to Isartor station; underground lines U1 and U2 to Fraunhofer Strasse; bus no. 132 to Boschbrücke; tram no. 16 to the Deutsches Museum, tram no. 18 to Isartor:
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A reveiw on Sience History
It was the first time that I could enjoy a muesum in my life. I think it's a big miss for everybody who goes to munich and dose not see this beatiful museum.
you can find everything inside it. if you are interested in ships, cars, bicycles, trains, electrical equipments, music instrumnets, chemistry, physics, math, medical science or etc, you must go there and find a complete information about it
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Thanks to dannebro I now know the name of this museum. It has sooo much great stuff to see, I have the shortest attention span ever and I had a great time.
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The Deutches Museum covers every aspect of technological history from its origins to the present day, and offers a multitude of hands-on displays plus huge collections of planes, boats and cars.
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Spent an interesting day here, all things technical are covered, especially enjoyed the bridge building section and the aircraft. Recommend a visit here for anyone.
The 'Deutsche Museum' is a must for every technic freak. There are a lot of trains, airplanes etc. to have a look at!
Messerschmitt ME 262
The Deutsches Museum has a actual ME 262! They also have a ME 109 and a ME 263. A V1flying bomb and many other displays. A must stop for WWII Fans.
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