A unique museum demonstrating the achievements of German technology and science. The expositions are located on six thematic tiers: hydraulic engineering, shipping, mining, trackless transport, oil and gas, power machines. The museum stores unique samples of equipment, the only ones from the surviving (that is, not destroyed at the request of the victorious countries) after two World Wars.
Museumsinsel 1, München
+49 89 2179333
The Deutsches Museum in Munich is a captivating place for science and technology enthusiasts. During our visit, we were enchanted by the vast array of exhibits, from aerospace to robotics, and everything in between. It's a place where curiosity .. Read more »knows no bounds, and time seems to slip away effortlessly. The hands-on displays and interactive presentations make learning a joy for visitors of all ages. The museum's dedication to showcasing the evolution of human innovation is truly commendable. If you're in Munich, this museum is a must-visit, where hours pass in a flash as you embark on an educational and engaging journey.
The best science and technology museum that you can visit. It is very interactive, and you will not feel bored!
There are many instruments from the past and nowadays, many experiments to do, big space dedicated to the planes, to astronomy and space, .. Read more »life science, agriculture, robotics...
This is a really cool museum with plenty to see, also a very big variation. Everything from airplanes to harvest equipment. A very interesting museum, but it is very crowded usually with a lot of school classes visiting it and generally a very long q.. Read more »ueue to the entrance, but if you are interested in technology it is totally worth the waiting time.
It takes a long time to buy tickets, because many school students go there together. It's better to set aside a day to visit the museum. Personally, I feel that this museum is very suitable for scientific enlightenment. It has a basic and compre.. Read more »hensive display of agricultural science, technology, music, aviation and industry.
One of the most entertaining museums I’ve ever visited. There are numerous exhibits that facilitate learning. I recommend planning to spend the entire day there. It is definitely worth visiting multiple times. There is a special room where only.. Read more » adults accompanied by children are allowed; you cannot enter without a child.
It was our first stop in our Munich trip and we liked it immensely. Although the entrance fee was a bit high at first, our minds changed as soon as we entered, it deserves the fee. Also, even though we stayed for about 5 hours, we had to travel twice.. Read more » as fast because you want to take a picture of almost everything :)
We recommend everyone to come, regardless of mourning. Finally, as there are areas for children, families can also travel with peace of mind.
Definitely a museum that deserves 5 stars. It explains very well what civilization is. There are many places to visit in different branches. It's a great place for kids too. There are very nice activities and applications that they can try and d.. Read more »o. 14 euros per person. There is a family discount. I would recommend it to everyone.
The amount of detail that is put into this place is amazing. You can find out anything about technology, from microchips, cameras/photography, to modern stuff like robotics and space shuttles. I would suggest arming yourself with a bag of popcorn, a .. Read more »big cola, 6 hours of free time and a lot of patience to have a great experience.
One of the best technology museum to visit.
You need days to complete all exhibitions.
Aviation and space sections are among the best to visit.
Plan ahead if you have a limited time, or browse around freely if you have a couples of days.
Really extensive science and technology museum. I was already prepared to not see all of it in one visit after seeing all the other reviews. I spent 4 hours there and was only able to cover half of it. So, I'll be visiting again in the future to.. Read more » cover the rest. The museum is laid out very well and there is a good mix of static and interactive displays to keep adults and kids entertained.
Great museum with variety of exhibitions that you can stay in hour each easily. It's quite big and has different sections with clear pathway between them. Prices are really reasonable especially with student discount. I'd say 5 hours is a g.. Read more »ood time to enjoy everything without pressure.
One of most richest museums in Germany. Despite that some of expositions are closed this is very impressive and interesting place.
The exponats are separated by thematically such as aviation, space craft, built technology etc. Recommend 4-5 hours an.. Read more »d even possible several visitations.
A very cool museum dedicated to advancements in technology throughout somewhat recent history. 4-5 starts because even after three hours there was probably more than half the museum to see, but it wasn't interesting enough at that point to keep.. Read more » me there. I particularly liked the aviation, power, and astronautic exhibits.
Amazing museum full of very interesting exhibits for all interests and all ages. The interactive room at the end of the tour let's you build your own going away gift, we got to solder our own circuit board in the shape and design of the museum l.. Read more »ogo, the owl ?, which was such an amazing experience to put together your own circuit board with a soldering gun, and it actually works and lights up! Highly recommended for everybody.
The most ever interesting museum I ever visited! Amazing rooms hosting great pieces of technology, funny interactive experience, don’t miss the lightning show.
A huge place, a complete day is not enough to visit all sections. I didn’t bel.. Read more »ieve my ears when listening to the soon closing announcement just before 5.
We worked our way through the museum, from the top floor (space) down to the basement (mining), and it is clear where the museum has spent money and where it is in sad need of attention. This is a very big museum where you can spend more than 1 day i.. Read more »f you wanted to! The museum has thousands of objects on display, all aimed at science and technology. It includes several different floors and different themes throughout the building. Totally recommended if you’re into science or technology related things!
Mining is amazing but not for the unfit
Shipping is good. Machines were great. Toys were small but amazing
I was disappointed on flight. For a country with a history of aviation they could have done so much better
Great Museum. Cheap for what you.. Read more » get
Warning if you do not read German the English signage is limited. But better than German signs in any British Museum
I loved my visit
There is just one word to describe this museum, AMAZING.
If you are a person into science or engineering is one of the most pleasant experiences, you have a lot of interaction with the basic principles of physics in this museum, along with a lot of v.. Read more »ery cool artifacts. You need to experience this place, because words don't suffice to describe it.
There are plenty of great exhibitions, but barely anything is translated in English. I get it, we're in Germany, but a museum is a tourist attraction, which should mean stuff is translated in English. Barely understood anything of the exhibition.. Read more »s because of that. Otherwise nice museum.
Amazing!! I was so excited. And my kids were so so happy to see everything. They would not stop saying "wow. Look at this. And this and this." This is the best place to bring kids and happy adults for several repeat trips
Technical museum with deep dives into different areas. There's many more than can be explored in one visit, so it's useful to focus on one or two that strike your fancy. My personal favourite is The Mine.
Suitable for adults and children a.. Read more »like (though not all parts are equally interesting to younger age groups).
It's a great museum especially with physics and computer science department! I loved ships area but there is a better museum for this topic in Hamburg. I really enjoyed my day there. Note that you will require at least 5-6hours to go trough and .. Read more »see everything but not paying attention to all details.:)
All you need is time. Rich source for knowledge in many aspects. Perfect for curious children. Some of the units displayed are interactive.
The only problem is that most of the units displayed are only explained in German! Please make it in English, .. Read more »as well.
One of the best museums I’ve been to. Even as an adult there was so much to see and do. The museum is very well thought out and designed and features all fields of science and technology. The entry fee is reasonable. A excellent family activity.. Read more » for a rainy Sunday.
What a singular opportunity! ?
The whole museum counted around 10 visitors. No tourists, no wonderers, all for us!
All ships, all Planes, the structure of human body, the production lines and the depth of sole mines could be explored in detail, all p.. Read more »hysics experiments carefully done.
Great museum! Thanks! ?
Wow! This is a fabulous and vast museum from all facets of science, technology, industry, and manufacturing. There are so many exhibits over multiple floors. We weren’t even able to get to everything. Due to the technical nature of some of it, .. Read more »small children will only be able to do so long in here. But so worth a trip!
The museum itself is pretty good, many different science and technology sections that are pretty interesting; however almost 30/40% of information was unfortunately in German only, specially the Mining section and physics! The computer section is pre.. Read more »tty good with many old room-size computers; and unfortunately the observation decks and planetarium were closed due to corona restrictions.
Massive place. Easily will take a full day. Download app for fun time. Regular admission costly but great for students. I would also recommend downloading translating by photo app on your phone as lot of the descriptions are in Germany. Regardless hi.. Read more »ghly interactive and would definitely go back as museum always developing.
Rich and overwhelming bursts of culture throughout the rooms
This museum must have been a huge achievement 30 years ago. Unfortunately it really doesn’t keep up with the times, which is ironical for a technology museum. The entry costs 14E which can be explained only by the space covered but not the ente.. Read more »rtaining or easiness to navigate factor. Much of the info is outdated and is presented like in a school book (no video, no way to connect to the visitors), everything in German only almost
You can easily spend 3-4 hours on any rainy or cold day here. It’s definitely a great place if you are here with kids but also a nice place for adults. Don’t miss the maritime exhibition, Oceanography and the mining part which is your -1 .. Read more »floor. There is now a special exhibition on nano technology. Please note that now it’s recommended that you book your tickets prior to visitation on that day due to Covid preventive measures. This is a place where there is something interesting for every age. I would only like to point out that if you suffer from anxiety because of wearing masks for longer time avoid the mining area, you will feel there is less oxygen to breathe there.
Wonderful big museum. Pretty interactive and has a canteen inside. Good place for whole family, I believe. I'm sure everyone will find something interesting. Most of the exhibits have translations in English (mining industry is a bit of an excep.. Read more »tion unfortunately). On the other hand - the mining industry part is probably the most amazing and unique.
An incredibly big place. During 3 hours we were able to see boats, mine, coffee exhibitions.
But anyone can find something to his liking
The size of the museum and the number of exhibits really make this place shine. You can easily spend 5+ hours here being moderately thorough and still have plenty to see for a return visit. The building itself is quite elegant, and is located on an I.. Read more »sland with scenic river views on both sides. Many of the older exhibits are in German only, but most have English translations. There is plenty to see for adults, and plenty of run-around interactive science exhibits for kids. Interactive exhibits are clearly marked on the map, allowing for easier planning for parents.