DASA Arbeitswelt Ausstellung, Dortmund

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  • I went two times already, the permanent exhibition is varied, some you can join somewhere and tinker or play something. The exhibitions in which I was the two times were very nice, super especially for children, but also for me as a student, I found it beautiful.
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  • We were on a Sunday afternoon here with our children (3 & 5). Although much was going on, the people went very well. The price of admission was very moderate, 8 euro per adult, $1 discount per person with ADAC map. Bags must be included in safety deposit boxes on which you have access at any time. There is later a restaurant area with tables where you can eat even packed in the entrance hall tables for breaks and a stick. The exhibition itself offers much, old looms, printing machines, Flight Simulator, robot, helicopter, old tram, etc. You can touch a lot, enter, join, very entertaining. A highlight for the kids was outside the children site, where you can your own walls, deck cover etc could. I think this is a Museum, in which also every now and then, expect, we will definitely come back.
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  • Museum on the work and technologies, focused on how the evolution of different industries throughout history has allowed the improvement of the working conditions and prevention of occupational risks. You learn a lot, especially if you go with German friends that you are explaining, and if Additionally one of the guides (who worked in Chile) also does it, better than good! Highly recommended...
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  • This is a really cool museum, but not knowing German made it hard to fully appreciate. The best part is all the hands on elements, including being able to climb onto forklifts and into a helicopter and push buttons and pull levers.
  • Has a good science and arts museum. Worth a vusit
  • Loved it...initially we were not expecting much from the museum as the name suggested more work safety and other things. But the museum is more than that and it is appealing to children as well as adults. Due to time limitations we couldn't see all but planned to go once again. I recommend this for all.
  • Getting back more exciting and interesting. Unfortunately, little of the actions to experience was on the holiday, when we were there, only right - the projectionist would probably have released, we were told. So, you could look at unfortunately numerous machines in the State switched off only. Still, it's worth a visit! The staff was very friendly.
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  • Great and very interesting technical Museum. Many things very well presented and suitable to take part. Unfortunately, not everything works and seems not to be repaired. Staff rather unfriendly except the ladies at the cash register! The cafeteria is really quite bad. Uncomfortable and offers very little. Capuccino today really no longer comes out of the bag.
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