The biggest science and Technology Museum is really worth visiting. The entrance is not on the right side of the street, but three hundred metres along the river, turning left. The ticket office is next to the museum store, a small blue container house, reflecting the modern style of environmental protection. Donkey friends with student cards must take them with them. In any other scenic spot, the student ticket here is only four euros, and the adult ticket is twelve. Store clothes and backpacks after entering the door. One or two euro coins are acceptable. Unlike the dinosaur fossils that enter the Metropolitan Museum, the Munich Museum opens with a large HF31 Maria vessel on the 0th floor of the entrance. From the underground layer to the six layers, they are arranged in the order from water to land to space and then to space, which is very reasonable and standard. - The first German submarine, U1, and torpedoes are located on the first floor. Planetarium on the top six floors has only 12:00 and 14:00 hours, so don't miss the time. There was at least one performance of 1.2 million volts of high voltage at 14:00. I watched the wonderful performance by mistake. Although I couldn't understand anything in German during the whole process, if I watched other people cover their ears, I would just cover them. Otherwise, the noise would be too loud, and I would be frightened. This large 1974 installation is one of the Masterpieces in the museum. There are also several other Masterpieces in the library, which should be exciting to know. On the roof of the hall hangs the first mass-produced plane invented by the White Brothers in 1909, the glider in 1894 nearby, Siemens studio in the musical instrument hall and so on. All kinds of animal mills, wind turbines, steam engines and other equipment in the machine hall are amazing. It's not enough to study and watch carefully for a whole day. As a non-professional tourist, it's only enough to write more. Let's savor it for yourselves. Upper figure
I personally feel that the Deutsche Museum is Munich's pride, ranking among the top ten tourist attractions in Germany according to the number of visitors is definitely not unreasonable. For the absolute majority of visitors to Europe, it's not a bad idea to come to this Technical Museum for a change, because they spend almost every day in places like castles, palace gardens and galleries. And to tell you the truth, for most of my friends in science and engineering, many times visiting museums of painting and art is purely subordinate and elegant. In the face of classical paintings of different styles and styles, besides the following names and some famous paintings, you really don't know how to paint, nor do you know how to paint. It's better to look at the great inventions in the history of science and technology in the German Museum, from wooden wheeled waterwheel to Watt's steam engine, from sail to satellite, from V2 rocket to Junker fighter, 55 exhibition halls, nearly 50,000 square meters of exhibition area, numerous exhibits, from astronomy to geography, it can be said that all aspects of the history of science and technology should be covered. It is suggested that comrades who intend to visit should set aside a whole day. It seems that there are not many museums on the outside, but actually 55 exhibition halls are not covered. It is said that the total length of the exhibition line is 16 kilometers. I can almost see the closure from the opening of the exhibition hall. Most of the exhibition halls are just in a hurry. I can only look at the names of the exhibits I am interested in, but I have no time to see the details below. Introduce, there are countless small experimental games you can do by yourself, and you can't try them by yourself. Fifty-five exhibition halls are mainly for mining and railway. Of course, no one can miss the navigational and flying hall in the middle, but the No. 14 Mining Exhibition Hall is very easy to miss if you don't pay attention to it, because it's only a nail-sized place on the tour map, but you don't know there are holes in it until you get in. It's absolutely impossible to walk out in half an hour. Come on, it imitates the construction of mines in different periods from ancient times to modern times. There are relevant models and food to visit. It is a good experience for most people who have no chance to go down to the mines, and it can increase a lot of knowledge. Well, let's not say much. Each of the 55 exhibition halls has its own splendor. I believe that whether you are a technology enthusiast or not, you can always find something you are interested in.
The Deutsche Museum is the largest museum of natural science and technology in the world. Don't be fooled by its classical appearance, because the most famous one here is the millions of volts of artificial lightning, tunnel excavation and so on. It is amazing that German industry is powerful. There are so many exhibits on display here that tech fans can spend a whole day browsing.
The German Museum is one of the best museums in Germany and one of the largest and oldest science museums in the world. Museum use various forms of exhibition, in-depth shallow interpretation of the scientific principles, the fine quality of German industrial products, vivid image is not boring, teaching in learning, very interesting, very worth visiting!
The Deutsche Museum is the largest science and Technology Museum in the world. Germany is one of the world's leading technological powers. Its exhibits cover all aspects of the scientific and technological world, from the first steam engine to the first submarine.
Buy family tickets, 23 Euros, go on Saturdays, a lot of people, the exhibition hall is too big, all day shopping, it is too late to look carefully, English text introduction is very little, it is not convenient for foreigners. There are many interactive projects.
The Deutsche Museum of Science and Technology, with its huge area and several layers underground, is the most interesting museum I have ever visited. It is divided into coal mine area, salt mine area, navigation area, aircraft area, physics area, vocal music area, astronomy area, computer science area and so on. Many Germans take their children to visit, patiently explain it to them, even one or two years old. Children do not understand, parents also bring visits, where teaching and entertainment, giving visitors a lot of interactive game facilities to better understand some physical phenomena, whether adults or children, in the science and technology museum can play a whole day is not boring, there is a souvenir shop outside the entrance, a lot of fancy toys.
All kinds of experiments that force all engineering students to come to Munich to worship elementary schools and graduate students can find embryonic forms! Basic Mechanics, Hydrology, Shipbuilding, Hot Balloon Aircraft, Sewage Treatment Lathe, Smelting Electricity, Nuclear Energy, Astronomy and Geology... Almost cover all science subjects, which can be said to be very German! Interactive Super Strong Two Hours Closed and Come Back