One of the best Museums in the country, the Techno-museum exquisitely showcases all things technology!
Highlights of the exhibition include:
- Paper Mill
- Weaving Mill
- Steam engines
Apart from the permanent, there are several temporary exhibitions. A must if you love technology and history.
- Adults: €8
- Reduced rates (school and university students, disabled, unemployed, welfare recipinets, military and community service personnel, partner card - e.g. MorgenCard-holders): €5
- Schoolchildren as a class: €3
- Family card (Parents with their children): €16
- Entry is free for children under the age of seven.
- Adults: €3
- Reduced: €2
- Entry is free if you present a ticket for the main building for the same date.
- Museum ship, Daily from 2.00pm to 6.00 pm (Closed on 24 and 31 December).
- "Mullers Restaurant & Café-Lounge" on the Museum ship is open daily from 11.00am, Sundays from 10.00am.
- Mullers Restaurant & Cafe Lounge
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95% of people who visit Mannheim include Technoseum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
45.83% of people start their Technoseum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Technoseum
76.76% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Technoseum
Great interactive displays and very helpful staff made this visit a memorable occasion. Interesting to see British engineering alongside German technology. A great day out if you're interested in technology and history.
amazing technical museum not only for kids but for parents and tourist as well. 6 floors with a lot of things to see and to do. you can make individual a lot of physics experiments about all you learned in the school!
Great place for kids to learn about science and technology by interacting with the museum exhibits. One minus point - the train locomotive is using diesel and the museum kind of smell bad every time the train starts - which is every hour. Used to be electric locomotive but seems to be defect now - probably just a temporary situation. My son enjoys going there!
You can get some knowledge about how germany become the place of technology. Seperate floors for seperate division. Nice technical students try to go here.
One of the best technology museums I've ever been to! Extremely interactive and not just for children! Lots of fun exhibits and a really cool chance to ride on an old retrofitted steam train for a few minutes at certain times of the day!