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German Museum of Technology Berlin (Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin)

Open today: 09:00 - 17:30
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The museum presents a broad spectrum of old and new technology. Permanent exhibits include rail transport, navigation, writing and printing, aerospace, film technology, telecommunications, textile and road traffic.
Opens in 25 min
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:30
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Trebbiner Str. 9, 10963 Berlin, Germany
+49 4930 902540
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This place is the real haven for technology fans. A lot of interesting stuff to see. I liked all sections, but Railway, air planes and marine sections were really amazing, showing history of German (and not only German) heavy machinery. Some items are operable (e.g....More

Thank Alexander B
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a very good museum with lots of interesting exhibits, especially trains and boats as well as a brewery. Good value.

Thank Alison G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great museum, but would recommend travels not go on a hot day I went when it was 30 degrees and this museum has no air conditioning so I didn't enjoy it as much as would of liked, twenty steam trains , boats, cars and aeroplanes...More

Thank pegp3
Reviewed 1 week ago

I saw mainly the air and sea transport part. What concerns planes: interesting whole wreck of Stuka nad front part of Il-2, fuselage of Ju-88, whole (somehow unreal) Me-410, polish Mig-15, and Ju-52 with videoart of different flags

Thank Ivo_Movie
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you like trains then this is the museum for you. There is a lot of trains and train related things. There is also an exhibition of airplanes and boats. At the time of our visit a part od the museum was closed.

Thank Luka P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The old waterpump, the typewriters, the computers, the wooden ships - many of the things humans have invented (among them many German inventions) - they have a certain charm. You remember how young the industrial revolution is. And how many machines are now made by...More

Thank Yeoldwriter
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went during a hot week in Berlin and were absolutely miserable. No air conditioning and no real air circulation either so it was just stuffy as all get out. There are really cool real planes and ships among other things. Several floors to explore....More

Thank Sonja D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Exhibits are well curated and you come away with a good appreciation of the history and development of each subject area eg on computers, telecommunication, fabrics, shipping, flight, locomotion, etc.

Thank Herbin C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent hours looking round and enjoying the exhibits, there is so much here and something for everyone. The locomotive exhibits are extensive and very interesting, there are planes and ships and countless other objects to see. Make sure you arrive early as there is...More

Thank JackoMiddlesbrough
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The range of exhibits is large and you might want to limit what you see to fit the time you can spend here. There are two huge locomotive shed filled with a wide range of interesting locomotives and rolling stock, for example. Any museum with...More

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Berlin's revolutionary heart and immigrant roots can
both be found in Kreuzberg, but this central
neighbourhood is beginning a new chapter. In the
1950s and '60s, Turkish guest workers settled around
Kottbusser Tor, while in the 1980s and '90s,
rambunctious squatters and artists gathered to live a
carefree life here. An old hospital even became a
hotspot of riots between squatters and police. Today
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2 April 2017|
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Response from mariak6662016 | Reviewed this property |
hi there I think there are a lot of exhibits for a five years old child Plus all the exhibits in there with the sizes and the colours are every impressive for avery child even for a so young one
18 March 2015|
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Response from Inge B | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we spend four (4) hours there, which happend to be too short, but lunch was required and the cafè there was stuck so we left for a a bite in the neighbourhood. We did not og back that day. The return flight was in tight... More