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I visited this museum several years ago and was stunned at how good it was so when I took my kids to Munich I had to visit again. There has been a number of changes to the layout and it is still under development but...More
Having been here many years ago I found this museum interesting... but this time it was a huge disappointment :/
Entrance fee of 12 Euros for a boring and "dusty" museum where 2 places on our to do list (Ehrensaal&DNA etc) were closed for a...More
Not into science but still go to science museums.This seemed to be large lumps of machines and little interaction.Rarely have I been so bored.No air con and even with the temp in the mid seventies it was stuffy and uncomfortable.Poor sine age made it difficult...More
Deutsches Museum or German Museum is one of the best technological museums in the world. The main museum on the museum's island (the transportation exhibit is at another location) can keep the visitor occupied for a whole day. It is well-organized by scientific fields (e....More
The Deutsches Museum is one of the most comprehensive and in-depth science museums you’re likely to ever come across. Exhibits include everything from walk-through mines, to antique manufacturing machinery demonstrations, to full size ships and aircraft to explore, and much more. Everyone from small children...More
I went early on a Saturday morning, around 10 am. No line to buy tickets. Offers a good student price (I used the ISIC card). The museum is huge and certainly has a wide variety. There is even a glass blowing demonstration that I would...More
Given the history in Munich I was expecting more of a wow while walking through the museum. It is a nice visit, but needs more significant artifacts depicting the history. Perhaps some items have moved to another location. It seems certain tickets allowed visits to...More
Unfortunately we didn't have much time to see the whole museum. Suggest planning ahead so you can go to the bits that interest you most first. We trekked to the annex for the cafe which is tiny and not much good. For a place this...More
The queue went around the block, but you can go online and buy tickets and walk right in!
Very cool museum, and definitely worth seeing the electricity display. Blink and you miss it stunts but very exciting (and LOUD!).
Only major issue is there is...More
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Hi!!! I am not sure that a 8 years old boy will find much to do there. I was there with my 12 years old grandougther and she enjoyed the museum but its not a WOW . I was told in the tourist information that the Museum of... More
Hi!!! I am not sure that a 8 years old boy will find much to do there. I was there with my 12 years old grandougther and she enjoyed the museum but its not a WOW . I was told in the tourist information that the Museum of Man and Nature is more suitable for children.
its very close to the
.schloss-nymphenburg.With the incredible colection of royal carrieges
I hope that you will enjoy/