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Deutsches Museum Verkehrszentrum

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The Verkehrszentrum has adopted a new concept to showcase land transport in the exhibitions in three historic former trade fair halls at the Theresienhöhe facility. Trams, buses, cars, and two-wheelers drive down a road through time to the past and...more
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum of land transportation is situated in three large halls. It is easily accessed by underground (U-Bahn) or tram (S-Bahn). Admission is not expensive and when there are no school groups, the place is rather quiet, sometimes even deserted. There are carriages, cars, streetcars,...More

Thank Karakaspapa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Verkehrsmuseum is not a car museum. They have some very interesting cars like the Rumpeln Tropfenwagen and a Silver Arrow.And they have some trains, bikes, bicycles - all sorts of traffic are on exhibit. Airplanes are to be seen at the air & space...More

Thank claus0161
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Disappointing overall - illogically laid out, lifts were poor and access for older people trying. Most disappointing was the space and astronomy section which was practically useless because information was 30 years out of date. History of machinery / electrical /nuclear pretty good but it...More

Thank gregpritchard2018
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We all thoroughly enjoyed this museum. Lots of practical activities to keep us all busy and all signs were in German and English which was very helpful for us and for a bargain price of €15 for a family ticket, it was super value too!

Thank Lynne1153
Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

The place is huge and a massive collection of things/models you just can’t chuck out so you throw it in a museum! Kids enjoyed the mining section and the submarine but we were done pretty quick after a couple hours. Which more languages where available...More

Thank David L
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

May be it’s because I am not that big into science but I was very disappointed with this museum. It’s seems dated and very basic. I enjoyed the outside more as couple of nice places to get a snack and enjoy the sun.

Thank Paul O
Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

Went there with 4.5 yo kid. Had big fun. Free for children under 6. 12 euro/adult. Took us all day to see. Need separate ticket for planetarium. Dont miss the shows at electrical hall. Must see especially for couples with young kid.

Thank Serhan A
Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

With a focus on transportation, this museum is much smaller than the main Deutsches Museum. Kids of all ages will enjoy seeing the many means of transportation in person. This makes it more manageable when you are traveling with young children who may get tired...More

Thank Annette_and_Wes
Reviewed 15 May 2018

I have been to this museum 4 times, the last time in about 2000. It was a 10 in my book, but has unfortunately slipped since then. they've gotten rid of much of their aviation, textile and other displays. Still, very interesting with the mining,...More

Thank oregonfamilytravel50
Reviewed 5 May 2018

After seeing the three automobile gems of Germany, I was wondering how this museum presented its story. This is more than an automobile museum it is a transportation museum. it covers the land movement of people in Germany. The three halls are divided into Hall...More

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