The Deutsches Museum, founded in the year 1906, has become an epitome of mind-blowing scientific and technological creations. With its Eight (8) floors of groundbreaking science, collectively containing about 100,000 objects in different areas, this museum is the world’s largest technology museum.
The exhibitions are spread over a broad thematic range, and all objects are collected, preserved, and exhibited to provide educational information to all visitors. The exhibition themes include Astronomy, Agricultural and Food Technology, Photography & Film, Physics, Metallurgy and much much more. The list goes on, but only a personal experience would suffice. You really cannot go wrong by choosing this tour while you’re in Munich.
What To Expect:
- You get a highly experienced tour guide.
- You get to experience knowledge and enjoy the live experiments that remove the complexities of science and bring it within your reach.
- You will discover so much information and exciting facts within a short amount of time through the orientation of your excellent tour guide.
- I give the most enjoyable presentations, and afterward, you are free to make personal observations and just enjoy the exhibitions.
Whether you are in Munich for vacation, meetings, or work, the tour of this museum is a must for technique and nature lovers. It truly is a recommended break to any vacation stress as it has a relaxing note to it, and that makes all the difference.
The tour starts out at the entrance and goes to the Planetarium, where we appreciate the beauty of astronomy. We would move on to the IT world, where we see the famous machine ‘Enigma’ alongside the history of Alan Turing, the Cryptanalyst for this machine. We would eventually appeal to our inner technologists when we learn the process of melting metal and machine production
Expect to be in a small group like in a private tour, moving at a moderate pace.
The perfect activity for rainy days or when you must hide from too much sun.
Book this tour in Munich with a professional artist, who understands art and you.
The Museum is wheelchair accessible and is open to all and sundry.