Deutsches Technikmuseum

Explore Berlin's history of innovation at the Deutsches Technikmuseum

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37.5 % savings with the
Berlin WelcomeCard

off adult admission, 50% off for children incl. special exhibitions

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37.5 % savings with the Berlin WelcomeCard
All inclusive

Berlin WelcomeCard All inclusive

off adult admission, 50% off for children incl. special exhibitions

Buy your ticket

Latest news: Due to the current situation, there may be changes in the offer. Please inform yourself on the partner website about the current situation.

Please observe the following hygiene measures during your visit:

  • Wear mouth and nose protection
  • Keep a distance
  • No group visits
  • maximum 200 visitors at the same time

From 16th June, the Ladestraße area with the exhibitions "Mensch in Fahrt" and "Das Netz" will again be open to visitors. The main building in Trebbiner Straße and the Science Center Spectrum will remain closed for the time being.
 
- Extensive protection and hygiene rules apply, such as wearing a mouth-and-nose cover.
- During the partial opening of the Ladestraße, a reduced entrance fee of 4 Euro applies, reduced 2 Euro.
- The normal opening hours apply: Tue-Fri 9-17:30 hrs / Sat, Sun and public holidays 10-18 hrs / Monday closed.
- A maximum of 200 visitors may be in the museum at any one time.
- Online ticketing is currently not available.

 

 

The Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin is dedicated to showcasing the best in German innovations, technology and design. Over 100 large exhibits such as an American plane from the 1940s or some early motor cars take visitors on a journey through technological developments. The emphasis is on interactivity, and one of the museum's most popular exhibits sees visitors taking the helm of a ship simulator and trying to guide it into port. There is a dedicated children's section and recent innovation hasn't been neglected either as there is a large section of the museum dedicated to the history of home computing.

Berlin – the city of freedom

Berlin markets itself as the city of freedom and this is an apt description for this fascinating city. The tubulent history of a divided city during the Cold War is still ever present and the other main visitor attractions such as the Brandenburg Gate take visitors even further back into German history. The freedom enjoyed by Berliners in the 21st Century has turned it into one of Europe's most vibrant cities, with high culture at the world class museums on Museum Island, quirky attractions such as the Stasi museum and dozens of contemporary art galleries. Take a break from the crowds by climbing to the top of the cathedral for city views, or take a picnic to relax in the Tiergarten.

Technology and engineering at the Deutsches Technikmuseum

Located in a former industrial site close to Potsdamer Platz, the German Technology Museum has a wide range of technology from across the decades. Inside the museum, visit the separate wings dedicated to shipbuilding, aviation and maritime technology. Outside, in the parkland surrounding the museum, are two windmills, a water mill and a brewery, bringing to life the way people worked in the past. This is a fascinating museum and its interactive nature makes it a great day out for all ages.

Explore the city with your Berlin WelcomeCard

Visitors to Berlin can take advantage of the Berlin WelcomeCard which offers many benefits to make any trip more streamlined and hassle-free. One of the main advantages of the card is that it gives access to the entire public transport network, including U-bahn, S-bahn, bus and tram. Berlin WelcomeCard holders also enjoy up to 50% off prices at 200 of the city's best known visitor attractions, including the Deutsches Technikmuseum.

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