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Textil- und Industriemuseum, Augsburg

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  • a good history trip of cloth production - from the beginnung until today - with interactivity - good for kids  more »
  • This museum is really excellent with the history of textiles, and especially the history around Augsburg (I guess it used to be a large textile area). It is not so big, but there is also a very good r...  more »
  • Have been to this museum 3 years ago and it obviously went downwards, regarding the openness and friendliness of the institution. It is a well thought through concept with great and fresh design appro...  more »
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  • Did not expect to find the museum so interesting, great if you are interested in technology!
  • Exceptional, educational.
  • The Museum is very nicely designed. On Sunday, you can visit the permanent exhibition for one euro. In addition, we have participated in the management to the Web and knitting machines, which in addition will cost 1.50. But the money was worth definitely. The guide is taken over by people who have learned even the profession of the Weaver and are thus well versed, and answer any question. As well, it is the machines time during operation, too interesting to be able to see. The Museum offers many service options for children. The special exhibition, which currently aims to the fashion and textile industry in the Third Reich is very interesting and also very scary. But once and a must for anyone interested in this period of German history. Too bad, I find that in the whole Museum may not be photographed. It was also a shame that the toilets apparently not once be cleaned Sunday. The women's bathroom is beastly reeked of urine and the booths looked absolutely devastated. Also, a pack was just toilet paper placed next to the sink so you yourself can control and otherwise nobody worry drum. I am really considering whether you should deduct not a star for that.
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  • Good exhibition around textile, always nice with demonstration of the machines. Ever-changing special exhibitions
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  • Visit worthwhile!
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