The front of the museum has a twin engined American Dakota aircraft suspended high above the street level, but the entrance itself is around the side.
As we were a little strapped for time, we decided to concentrate on the maritime and aeronautical sections. There was something for everyone. Full sized sailing craft and steam boats, down to the most exquisite models of all types of craft, all displayed in interesting circular, illuminated cabinets. Very effective.
A level up. was the aeronautical section. Modern aircraft, engines, older aircraft, wrecked aircraft (from the war), It was all there. My only criticism was that it was all a bit crowded and muddled. I took several photos, but the backdrops behind some of the exhibits were so 'busy', it was hard to distinguish the subject you were pointing the camera at. When we return to Berlin, I could be tempted to revisit, as there was a lot more to see than what we had time for, this time.
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