Deutsches Museum in Munich
Science and technology on 7 eventful floors
An excursion to the fascinating worlds of science and technology will await you at the Deutsches Museum right at the Isartor. The impressive building accommodates one of the world’s most important collections of works in the area of science and technology. More than 30 exhibitions in a total area of 25,000 m2 invite you to gain knowledge. If you plan an extensive visit of the comprehensive collections, one day is hardly enough. Here you can always discover something new, children as well as adults.
The Deutsches Museum unites masterpieces from different areas on 7 floors. The range of topics stretches from agricultural and food technology to astronomy, energy technology, aviation, mathematics, oceanography, nanotechnology and biotechnology, pharmaceutics, physics and environment to telecommunications and chronometry. Delve into valuable historic original exhibits or closely get to know the newest technologies.
Experiences to wonder and to touch
Technology wants to be experienced for yourself: Therefore the Deutsches Museum is not only an exhibition with around 30,000 exhibits but also a colourful playground - not only for young visitors. Turn buttons and switches, marvel at artificial lightnings, analyse DNA, watch constellations in the planetarium or compare different sundials: Participating and trying is absolutely welcome.
Opening hours, tickets and discounts
The Deutsches Museum in Munich is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm. The museum is closed on 8 public holidays.
Details can be found here.
For the entrance there are family discounts, group offers as well as combination tickets together with the Verkehrszentrum and the Flugwerft Schleissheim.
Detailed information: www.deutsches-museum.de
Online tickets save time
Tip: Get your ticket online and save time at the ticket counter at the museum! Your online ticket is valid on the day you choose and lets you pass to the entrance without waiting in line.
Modernisation work at the Deutsches Museum
Until 2020, the Deutsches Museum will be modernised department after department. The single sections are temporarily only partly visitable or closed. More can be found on the web page of the Deutsches Museum.
At the Deutsches Museum Munich, diverse and exciting hours are guaranteed - a highlight that should not be missed during your holidays in Munich. From the Hotel Rothof, only a few subway stations lie between you and the Deutsches Museum in the Isarvorstadt (U2 subway station Fraunhoferstraße).