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German Museum of Technology, Berlin
(4.4/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web)
Discover the dynamic world of technology at German Museum of Technology. The museum features several exhibits dedicated to technological advancement in areas like industry, aviation, and shipping. For instance, you can learn more about railroad history by visiting the museum's collection of 40 original rail vehicles. Or you can delve into the world of maritime technology at the Lifeworld Ship exhibit. Work out when and for how long to visit German Museum of Technology and other Berlin attractions using our handy Berlin vacation planner.
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  • Personal visit. He162, Horten, debris is very hard to see exhibits exhibits such as IL2 and Stoke have a reasonably clean.
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  • My husband and I spent half a day in this Museum and left ecstatic-particularly impressed exhibition trains is huge halls with real trains, carriages, etc. are also very impressed with the room. For children generally expanse-in one of the halls of the bunch of kids enthusiastically pushed on the wooden rails of the truck with charcoal)) Exhibits many operational and scheduled demonstration is carried out their work. Highly recommend to visit this museum both with children and adults.
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  • Starts from the first class with charcoal and arrives at them today with cameras. Among the first planes to Nasa. It has 4 floors so wants walking
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  • One of the best Museums in Berlin. Had fun with my language school classmates on a rainy day and the museum was half full so we got to see a lot of inventions and extraordinary equipments used in the past. Probably you'll need more than a day to see everything!
  • Huge place, great train locomotives. My favourite part was to jump on the historic train and taking a ride to sneak into the otherwise hidden from public Depot. Unfortunately this special audience offer is only available on Sundays in September. All photos taken inside the Depot.
  • This is the most interesting museum in Berlin. Trains, planes, boats, motors, bicycles, motorcycles, cameras, engines, engineering systems, spy equipment, all are here. Give yourself a good few hours to wander around this brilliant museum. We also had lunch in the little restaurant. You can easily spend a day here!
  • This is possibly the best Museum I have ever been too. "The Netz" permanent section is amazing - better than comparable one-off exhibitions I've seen in London. This place is truly amazing. You need a whole day to do just the boats or just the planes. It should be top of all the guide books! Everyone should go here!!
  • One of the best museums I ever had luck to visit. You cannot see everything in just one day. If you have time restrictions - choose one section closest to your interests and go with it. I think I could write a book based on my emotions from the aviation section alone. The museum combines human stories, the effects of technology on our society with real, iconic hardware. Pieces of planes shot down during the WWII are an eerie reminder of violent past of the very place museum stands upon. The old museum/fairground was partly destroyed in a bombing raid during WWII. If you like planes, ships, trains, printing, photography, history, IT, human endeavor and pioneer spirit or just are a curious soul...don't miss this museum! I had zero expectations and was truly amazed by complexity and the size of the collection.