Technology everywhere

The Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin, Germany is a vast technology museum close to the station “Gleisdreieck” – it can be best accessed via subway. It consists of different buildings: the entrance building with a plane (“Rosinenbomber“) is connected to the main building, a park and two engine sheds. Some meters away you’ll find the Science Center Spectrum and additional smaller buildings. The ticket is valid for all of them.

Within you can explore different areas: cars, trains, ships and planes might be the biggest attractions. But you can also learn about the first computer, about engineering with cloth, about brewery. In the entrance building there is also a small restaurant to recover yourself after long walks through the exhibition. The museum is a wonderful place to explore technology – but it is rather suitable for older kids; it lacks some items with interactions and you cannot enter most trains, planes and ships.

Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin
Trebbiner Str. 9
10963 Berlin

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