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Munich
Deutsches Museum - Technological History

The Deutsches Museum in Munich is a mecca for anyone interested in science and technology. It was founded on the initiative of Oskar von Miller (1855-1934) at the beginning of the 20th century and is one of the world's most important technology museums.

A mecca for anyone interested in science and technology
Covering a total area of almost 60,000m², the Deutsches Museum has an extensive and highly interesting collection of exhibits from the worlds of science and technology: from experiments that visitors can start themselves at the push of a button and presentations about cars, aeroplanes or space travel to a replica mine and much more besides. The children's world also has plenty to keep budding young scientists occupied. The museum covers everything from a prehistoric stone axe to an InterCity Express train (transport), and from a pocket sun dial (astronomical instruments) to the scanning tunnel microscope (nanotechnology).
 
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Exhibits

The museum has approx. 120,000 objects illustrating the historical development of science and technology. It also has the largest collection of historical works and modern-day objects, as well as numerous interactive exhibits, a massive archive and 800,000 books. The main attractions include the mining and open-cast mining section, motorised machines, an extensive shipping section, a large mathematics section, and aviation and astronomy sections. Other highlights include a Faraday cage, in which a museum employee demonstrates how you can survive a bolt of lightning discharging more than a quarter of a million volts. This is just a small selection of what's on offer.
» www.deutsches-museum.de
 
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Other technological history museums in Germany

A selection of other technological history museums in Germany.
 
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