The world’s largest Museum of technology and natural sciences, Munich Polytechnic Museum holds 29 thousand unique Museum exhibits dedicated to various types of technology and also the development of such Sciences as physics, chemistry and astronomy. Here we can see exhibits from the history of the aircraft, shipbuilding and even the exposition of musical instruments — all this pleases the eyes of visitors of the Museum and provides an opportunity to learn many new and interesting things. In the Museum, as if in a magical land, everything is beautiful and unusual.
Deutsche Polytechnical Museum
The area of the Museum — 73000 square meters. All the exhibits here You can not only watch but also touch, admiring these ships, trains, planes, push buttons, twist handle and even follow the work of devices of a nuclear power station. Here You can even see the capsule, which contained the American astronauts who left earth.
An amazing experience for the curious
And what an unusual feelings You will have walking through a coal mine whose attributes correspond to the actual size! You can see the old steam locomotive with operating mechanisms, introduce Yourself in the open sea, entering the submarine, use illustrative examples to trace the mysteries of chemical reactions taking place right before Your eyes, know so many interesting, touch stories and gain invaluable experience of the observer. The Museum has a superb planetarium that allows You to contemplate the panorama of the sky, personally enjoy sailing constellations, planets, learn a lot of useful, important and interesting information about them.
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Are You interested in technology, natural science, like history and interesting facts? We recommend You to book a tour to the Deutsche technical Museum in Munich. Professional guide with extensive experience will make Your walk through the Museum more fun and impressive. To find out the cost and book a tour, please fill in the application form bellow or contact us by phone +49 159 05443785, which is available for free calls and messaging applications and .