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Deutsches Museum Verkehrszentrum

Am Bavariapark 5, 80339 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
+49 89 500806762
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The Verkehrszentrum has adopted a new concept to showcase land transport in the exhibitions in three historic former trade fair halls at the Theresienhöhe facility. Trams, buses, cars, and two-wheelers drive down a road through time to the past and tell the stories of inner-city transport systems, infrastructures and traffic safety. Coaches, fast train locomotives, Pullman cars, and caravans paint a picture of the urge to travel from the pilgrimage to modern camper vans. The Verkehrszentrum breaks new ground with its exhibition concept. It attempts to present mobility in all its complexity.
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Am Bavariapark 5, 80339 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
+49 89 500806762
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Terrific museum to spend a couple of hours. Probably need half a day to truly appreciate it. There was something for everyone, from trams to cars, scooters, trains, trucks and even a classic pink Cadillac. Also enjoyed their display of model trains, which really were...More

Thank L&M_from_Oz
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

It has very roomy and bright halls, quite a lot of collections of transport viehcles from bikes, urban trams to locomotives. Detailed German and English captions to every exhibit. Interesting history of human efforts to move from A to B. There are also interactive terminals...More

Thank Donglai X
Reviewed 21 October 2017

This museum has an excellent collection of cars, as well as some bicycles, scooters, trains, buses, etc. Really most kinds of transport. The cars are excellently restored and displayed, with explanations in both German and English. The day I went, there were a LOT of...More

Thank Squidhead
Reviewed 15 October 2017

We've been there a few times already, usually before lunch time. Our 3 year old is a vehicle enthusiast. As this museum is part of the Deutsches Museum, you may use your annual pass for the Deutsches Museum, should you have one. There are vehicles...More

Thank Little_Feet_out_and_
Reviewed 3 October 2017

Covering a vast amount of European transportation history. From cars and trains (of all types) to shipping and cycling, this is simply a fascinating and fun place to visit for any age. Plenty of interactive exhibits to discover spread across three large buildings. Note that...More

Thank Brian G
Reviewed 18 September 2017

my children really enjoyed the visit. Old cars, and trains to walk in. There is a children area with a huge slide inside. Depending on the day of the week, there a special guided tours for children (but in german only).

Thank mveltre82
Reviewed 23 August 2017

NO line to get in - come here during Germany's August holidays! If not coming at this time, come early or late for less people. This was worth it. They have 50+ cars, numerous streetcars (trams, et al), several full size locomotives, 10s of other...More

Thank Andy G
Reviewed 19 August 2017

This is a wonderful museum for all ages and interests. Great for young and old. You can always discover something interesting

Thank V B
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Usually not very crowded, and with a lot of transport related exhibits, this is fun place and my boy loved it. My girl wasn't so impressed, but she really isn't into cars. If you have a free day, make the trip, but I wouldn't go...More

Thank HappypapaBostonMA
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Large collection, very few thing to try hands-on. It is more like read posters, take a peek here and there. There are few trains, buses, trams there, why don't allow children running in them, to touch them, instead to seal them off with glass walls?...More

Thank roy79
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