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Crawl into a real submarine and see exhibitions with focus on technology and seafaring. If you like to experiment, the Ideas Planet is an obvious favourite, and in the Boat Playroom all children are invited to play. The Science and Maritime House is...more
All reviews u boat star room real submarine nearby castle air traffic control interactive exhibits all ages great fun great collection top floor ticket price great afternoon few hours cars experiment saab engine
Went two grown ups and three kids 9,10 and 12. The first two floors are filled with all kinds of machines and engines and also a few science bits. The submarine is really cool for all to go in to. All of us found the...More
We spent this day in Malmo visiting the science and technology museum which is part of the castle...which contains MORE museum. The Tekniska museum though was so compelling we were there 4 hours...wandering through the submarine, looking at the development and future of cars, seeing...More
We went to this museum based on a friend recommendation and we are happy that we went. For only 40SEK/4EUR you get to see a great museum with a lot of things to see.
You get to see planes, cars, bikes, boats, boat captain crew,...More
The entrance ticket (about £4-00) also includes the nearby castle (Malmohus). You could easily spend the best part of a day visiting both. The museum is full of old aeroplanes, cars and old technology as well as a submarine that you can walk through. There...More
For the cost of 40SEK we got to visit the maritime museum and malmo castle.
The technological and maritime museum was the first place and we were blown away.......
From the working engines to the cockpit, to the air traffic control room where you could...More
I really enjoyed this museum which had a good collection including plenty of hands on exhibits and the staff were very friendly and the restaurant was very nice. The fully restored submarine which you can climb aboard and explore was the highlight for me. On...More
Very good Museum in Malmo. The aviation engines and turbines are very good. But not the best in this aerea around the world. But the great renacentist astronomer that was Danish, ( at that moment Malmo belonged to the Kindon of Denmmark), Tycho de Brae...More