Deutsches Technikmuseum

On Gleisdreieck, close to Potsdamer Platz the exhibits of Deutsches Technnikmuseum (German Technics Museum) bridge the gap between rail traffic of old to the computers we've all grown accustomed today.
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Foto: SDTB | C. Kirchner

© Foto: SDTB | C. Kirchner

Foto: SDTB | Jörg F. Müller

© Foto: SDTB | Jörg F. Müller

Foto: SDTB | F. Grosse

© Foto: SDTB | F. Grosse

Nowadays computers are everywhere in our daily routine. But do you know how all of this came to pass? Deutsches Technikmuseum will give you the answers to all of your questions, because here you can see the world’s first computer on display! Nevertheless you will not only learn about the actual machine and its inventor Konrad Zuse, but the exhibition space of 25.000 square metres hosts one of the world’s biggest exhibition on rail traffic with numerous old steam locomotives, a historic brewery and two original windmills.

Especially children will have a great time at the Technikmuseum with so many hands-on exhibits. It comes in quite handy, that you can book the Technikmuseum to host a birthday party.

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Editors Rating

Wow-Faktor
4.50

Einzigartigkeit
4.90

Informationsangebot
5.00

Ausstellungsgröße
5.00

Total
4.85

Address

Trebbiner Str., 9, 10963, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg

Info

Business Hours

Tuesday to Friday

09:00 am - 05:30 pm

Saturday & Sunday

10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Important information

Ticket Prices

6,00 euro, discount ticket 3,50 Euro (tickets are valid on the same day as ticket for Science Center Spectrum); children up to the age of 6 free; students/pupils up to 18 years free after 3:00 pm (student credentials required)

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