German Museum Of Technology BerlinCurrently Closed
- Address: Trebbiner Str. 9, 10963 Berlin, Germany, 10963
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
- Phone: +49-30902540
- Ticket Price: 8 EUR
- Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, Science Museums, Educational Site, Landmarks, Community And Government, Organizations And Associations
The Deutsches Technikmuseum is one of the most coveted collections of technical artefacts in the city of Berlin. Even though a lot of the stuff which was initially on display here got destroyed in the second World War, the museum has still managed to hold onto most of the scientific collection that was a dominant part of the German Museum of Technology. Apart from this, there are artefacts that have been present here for over a century now and a major part of the collection is procured by Deutsches Technikmuseum.
German Museum Of Technology Berlin Travel Tips
- Tickets are valid for same-day visits to the German Museum of Technology, the road traffic division "Man on the move" and the new exhibition "The Network" (from 9. September 2015) in the Ladestrasse area and the Science Center Spectrum.
- Please note: They also accept giro cards. The ticket desks close half an hour before museum closing time.
- There is no A/C in the museum.
- Hand-held photography and video for personal, non-commercial use is permitted on the premises and in the grounds of the Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin, as long as flash, lighting and tripods are not used.
Entrance Ticket Details For German Museum Of Technology Berlin
- Admission: 8.00 Euro, 4.00 Euro (Concession)
- Groups (of 10 or more): 5.00 Euro, 2.00 Euro(Concession)
- Mini-family ticket (1 adult + 2 children up to the age of 14): 9.00 Euro
- Maxi-family ticket (2 adults + 3 children up to the age of 14): 17.00 Euro
- Holders of Familien Pass Berlin get a reduction of 3,00 Euro on each museum-family ticket. The Familien Pass Berlin is available from the museum shop for 6.00 Euro.
- Children aged younger than six years are free.
- From 3 p.m. children and students up to the age of 18 are free.
German Museum Of Technology Berlin Hours
Public holidays: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
Opening hours of the Museum park
- Tuesday to Friday: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
- Saturday / Sunday: 10.00 am to 5.30 pm
Opening hours of the historical archive and the library
- Tuesday to Thursday: 10.00 am to 5.15 pm
- Friday:10.00 am to 2.00 pm
How to Reach German Museum Of Technology Berlin
- Underground lines: U1, U7 Möckernbrücke U1, U2 Gleisdreieck
- S-Bahn: S1, S2, S25 Anhalter Bahnhof
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German Museum Of Technology Berlin Reviews & Ratings
I liked the museum a lot. We spent there at least five hours and I would like come back in the future. Excellent objects and very informative digestive texts. They offer lots of social context so that what you can find there is not just a collection of objects, but history of the humanity. Great place t spend time with kids.
This museum is so big that we didn't have time to see it all. But it's lovely. Marco Polo wanted a picture with every single lock, so that took some time. The spectrum part was really nice (I really loved how my students had fun and told each other about the stuff I thought then in physics class, it's so nice when they really understand stuff and can explain it to each other). I love propeller motors, they're so pretty and at the same time they allow humans to fly. For me this is where art meats mechanics.
This museum is obviously not for 1 visit - too many items to see, to observe and consider. It is definitely the best place for boys and men to lost in. It will be better if you take guided tour (which we didn't do) to get your impressions and new knowledges ordered. As for our impressions - we were really amused by visiting this huge place, one of the best museums in Berlin.
So The museum itself is amazing, I found it super interesting and was perfect even for toddlers. The real problem was the staff. First I was not allowed to take the stroller with me cause there were to many kids around (?) second you are not allowed to take bags with you inside which is ok, but what is their solution? A plastic bag which got broken almost immediately, so not only you are uncomfortable for all the time you spend there, but it also a waist cause you cannot reuse it. I find this solution very sad, specially for being a museum in Berlin.
Very friendly staff, and you could easily spend a day here. An amazingly large area to explore with multiple levels and buildings. A good mix or interaction and exhibits. Alot you would not see anywhere else. Take snacks as there are rest spots and you will use a lot of energy. Good value for all ages,