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Textil- und Industriemuseum, Augsburg

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  • For all those who do something with their production, materials and coloring techniques, patterns can. Very interesting the competent guides and demonstrations of machines. Super cute Cafe / restaurant with an excellent lunch buffet. Just great!
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  • a good history trip of cloth production - from the beginnung until today - with interactivity - good for kids 
  • We got the large guided tour in the tissues and knitting machines. It was exciting to hear the story about them and see them work. In addition the rest of the exhibition which was thorough introduction to how to make textiles and how it can end up looking like. We ate in the cafeteria-it was really good-good service-good green food. Located just outside the Centre but within walking distance.
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  • Did not expect to find the museum so interesting, great if you are interested in technology!
  • A really nicely designed Museum, where you can take a lot. Because of the many interactive elements, it is suitable also for children. Lunch can also immediately outside the Museum in a pleasant atmosphere. Only the second part of the exhibition is very gloomy and the information boards sometimes hardly readable.
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  • This young Museum is truly worth a visit. The permanent exhibition, is on the ground floor with an extra area for the exhibition of machinery which can be visited only as part of a tour. The Museum runs through the history of textile production, with a focus on Augsburg and Bavaria. The exhibits are exhibited in spacious rooms modern and clearly described. For children, there is much to try and join what is also adult fun. My Tip: Take a guided tour through the machine shop, even though that may sound only once not so exciting. The staff are very eloquent, very experienced and able to answer all questions with knowledge and humor. On these machines, the products are manufactured by the way, that are to be purchased in the Museum Shop! On the 1st floor there are the premises for the special exhibitions that I have experienced as very informative and practical. The attached Café offers lick clean in the stylish surroundings. Bags and jackets can include a pledge in the cellar for 1 euro.
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  • A very interesting Museum. One learns much about topics more ind manufacture of textiles industry in Augsburg as well as additional info about the Fuggerei. Join included offered. On Sunday, it's worth more because it costs only 1 euro.
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  • Nicely done. Special exhibition was also very interesting.
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