Deutsches Museum Flugwerft Schleissheim, Oberschleissheim
(4.6/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Airplane buffs will want to stop by Deutsches Museum Flugwerft Schleissheim to see VTOL aircrafts, helicopters, piston engine aircrafts, spacecraft models, and much more. Aircrafts here date back to Cold War military helicopters. Children are allowed to sit in some of the trucks and helicopters. Check ahead of time to see if any special events are scheduled during your visit. Use our Oberschleissheim trip builder to visit Deutsches Museum Flugwerft Schleissheim on your trip to Oberschleissheim, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Not only the Museum has a fine collection, temporarily enriched by the collection of the Museum of Munich, which is under construction, the building puts all that great in value Let's start with the old building which houses light aircraft and the older devices, such as a Fokker DVII or a Gotha glider... the newest building houses the Jets and aircraft of the second world war. The inner terraces allow you to vary the viewpoints on the devices, and the large windows let in natural light. It's the perfect shed to highlight the collection. You also have a view of the workshops that prepare aircraft for exhibition. The Museum can seem difficult to find, but worth the search!
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  • The German flight company, an offshoot of the Deutsches Museum in Munich is wonderfully located. You will see a huge collection of aircraft of all eras. You can see even in the repair/restoration hangar of the Museum. It is accessible to all.
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  • Advance the two criticisms: the lighting in the halls is not friendly to photography (hides) and the magnificent aircraft are quite crowded, so you're stuck without wide angle. Everything else is simply world class. Must not hide behind the NASM.
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  • If you have a love for aircrafts this is a great place to visit. Various models and a ton of information on each.
  • I could see all kind of "flying equipment": from old gliders to vertical take off fighter jet to modern helicopter, from USA and USSR as well as from Europe. Weather monitoring equipment was also a pleasant surprise, though my tour guide didn't have time to cover it. Disclosure: I was there for special event, and had lots of time to explore.
  • Quite big airplanes collection including Bf-109, Me-262 and even F-4 Phantom.
  • A bit far away, about 40 minutes by S Bahn then bus from central station. A heaven for aircraft and aerodynamics lovers.
  • Very nice museum, mostly if your into airplanes