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We came here on a snowy day around noon. The ticket lines are so long, so buy your tickets online to save time.
I don’t think you can see the whole museum in one day. It has several floors of exhibits. The mining part in...More
Museums, I suppose, please or not depending upon ones interests. I find most pretty dull and this was no exception. A personal opinion. I did like the Technical Toys section very much - and they are not a hobby of mine. The aviation section covers...More
Quite interesting, with lots of technology areas of interest, great variety of exhibits. Astronomy sections very appealing. Too long queue for tickets, make sure you book your tickets online prior to visit!
This is one of the best science and technology museum. Cover all topics about science and technology from dna to universe, aircraft to submarine, big bang theory to future technology. Deutsches museum located at the center of Munich, it is 7 floors of exhibition. Open...More
I visited the Deutsches Museum on Wednesday. It is very impressive. It is huge. There are sections on mining, flying, two floors on astronomy . A very good section on biotechnology. I would highly recommend a visit. You will need a few hours and hopefully...More
One day is not enough to visit this museum. Very very wide with many plays and attractions dedicated to children. Some areas have information only in German but it worths. With simple plays adults and babies understand physics, math, astrology. We suggest it even better...More
If you have at last half-day-free-time, you can visit the the German Museum in Munich (Das Deutsches Museum). It is nearby the historic center at the river side of Isar. In the museum, you can find many info and visual materials about navigation, steel production,...More
An extremely large museum. Big tip for you book online and avoid the queues just get in with the barcode on your phone. The museum is always crowded however it is so big that once inside there is plenty of space. You will have to...More