Incorporating human senses into the world of technology, DASA has 12 exhibitions that offer simulations of real life situations. The exhibition covers the lives of the working class in Germany in the three powerful sectors - technology, industrial growth and transport. The best part about the museum is that it combines history, futuristic plans and our current scenario to offer an immersive experience.
Ride a simulated truck or the ghost train, try your hand at mining with a mini extractor, work as the steelworkers would in the early 20th century or learn about using the Electric Furnace. The place also gives you a rare opportunity to get up close with the textile, steel and coal industry, learn about the struggles that the workers at the factories went through. The civil engineering exhibits include digging and clearing of tunnels and details about road construction. The exhibit about the importance of printing press through the ages including information about the unsafe conditions under which bookbinding and printing was done in the past, is a rare experience.
Highlight of the place include:
- The largest notebook in the world
- A 3-D virtual projection of the space and the ISS
- The Airbus Cockpit that simulates an actual flight where you can follow the flight till its landing
- The old control room of a power station built in 1969
- A Photo Wall that incorporates music and visuals
The addition of music, virtual reality and detailed miniatures of tools used in different industries, makes it a fun place to learn!
Dasa Arbeitswelt Ausstellung Travel Tips
- Contact Number: +49- 231 9071-2645/ 231 9071-2479
Entrance Ticket Details For Dasa Arbeitswelt Ausstellung
- Concessions: 5 Euros
- Families: 16 Euros
- Children up to the age of six: Free
How to Reach Dasa Arbeitswelt Ausstellung
- Bus: Dortmund-Dorstfeld Süd
- Train: Dortmund-Dorstfeld Süd
- By renting a Bike.
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5.3% of people who visit Dortmund include Dasa Arbeitswelt Ausstellung in their plan
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58.33% of people start their Dasa Arbeitswelt Ausstellung visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
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