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Deutsches Museum

Lightning, stars, aircraft, submarines – in a nutshell, the world of science for experiencing right up close with levers, switches and interactive installations. Deutsches Museum presents itself as a colourful playground which is fun and incidentally educational. The largest science and technology museum in the world in terms of exhibition area offers 30,000 exhibits in total in several parallel exhibitions. A hands-on museum with the added plus of insight – for curious laypeople as well as technical experts. It’s easy to spend a whole day in the main building on the museum island – that’s why the museum not only has a restaurant and café but also a picnic room for visitors who have brought along their own food.

Finding your way round

With the museum app

The luxury of an individual tour at your own pace, a map for better orientation in the many halls, interactive stations and all the day’s cultural events – this what the Deutsches Museum app promises. You can download your museum guide from the App Store or Google Play. Don’t forget your headphones!


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Save time with online tickets

About 1.5 million visitors come to the Deutsches Museum every year. Our tip: Get your ticket online before you arrive and bypass the queues at the entrance.

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Opening hours

Das Deutsche Museum München ist täglich von 9 bis 17 Uhr geöffnet, der Kartenverkauf endet aber bereits um 16 Uhr. Geschlossen ist das Museum an acht Tagen im Jahr, die genauen Daten führt aktuell die Seite des Museums auf.

 

How to get there

Vom Hotel Rothof aus sind es nur wenige U-Bahn-Stationen bis zum Deutschen Museum in der Isarvorstadt (U2 Station Fraunhoferstraße).

 

Modernization work

The Deutsches Museum is in the process of modernizing section by section, to be completed by 2020. Consequently, individual areas may be only partially accessible or temporarily closed. Please refer to the Deutsches Museum website for more information.