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Deutsches Museum (science and technology museum)

Visit one of the most traditional museums in Germany! With the Munich City Pass you get free admission and avoid the queue at the ticket office. Instead, simply show your pass at the information desk and receive a free museum ticket.  Get an attractive discount of €2 / €2.50 on single tickets with the München Card!

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Discover the German Museum which was founded more than 100 years ago, but now houses one of the most important scientific and technical collections in the world.
In the museum, demonstrations, experiments and media stations invite people to join in and try things out.
The masterpieces collected here will amaze you and challenge your mind: from the first computers and airplanes, the first gasoline car and huge ships to the first microscopes.
Learn more about astronomy, marine science, nanotechnology, mines, clocks, musical instruments and pharmacy. Go to the place of active learning where adults can satisfy their curiosity: to hear and see, touch, try and experience!

Opening hours German Museum

Daily 9 am – 5 pm
Closed: Shrove Thursday, Good Friday, 1 May, 1 November, 24/25/31 December, 1 January 

Get free admission and fast lane entry with your Munich City Pass.

Admission fee German Museum

The admission fee for a regular single ticket for adults is € 15.
With the München Card you get a discount on single tickets (not applicable for family and group tickets).

New in 2020: Guests with a guest card must purchase their free or reduced ticket online at the official Deutsche Museum website.

Address German Museum

Museumsinsel 1 
800538 Munich 
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Directions German Museum

U1, U2 to Fraunhoferstraße
S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8 to Isartor 

Straßenbahn: Linie 17, Deutsches Museum Linie 16, Isartor Linie 18, FraunhoferstraßeBus: Linie 132, Boschbrücke Linie 52 + 62, Baaderstraße

Special conditions of use German Museum

The exhibitions on Museum Island are currently being modernized. Part of the building is therefore temporarily inaccessible.

Highlights German Museum

  • Demonstrations, experiments and media stations to get involved 
  • Scientific and technical collections vividly presented 

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