Deutsches Technikmusem: 50 % off entrance fee

Discover the history of technology!

©SDTB / Image: C. Kirchner

A museum for explorers!

The Deutsches Technikmuseum (German Museum of Technology) is a museum for explorers! Come for an entertaining educational journey through the history of technology: Visit the fascinating exhibitions on aviation, shipping, railways, the automobile, film technology, computer history, the role of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries in our lives, and much more. Review the multi-facetted spectrum of technology – from ancient times to cutting-edge – and explore the many ways it has shaped our history and culture. Daily demonstrations, hands-on activities and guided tours make the German Museum of Technology a place of interactive learning and experience. The extensive museum park is an oasis of green at the heart of the city.

The museum’s location is of considerable historical interest – standing on the traditional transport interchange Gleisdreieck and on the site of the former Anhalt Goods Yard. Located right next to the museum our Science Center Spectrum offers more than 150 hand-on-experiments.

ISIC offer

ISIC card holders pay the reduced entrance fee for students: Single admission 4 euros (instead of 8 euros), group admission for 10 people or more 2 euros (instead of 5 euros) p.p. Teenager up to 18 years resp. until they finish school get free entrance after 3 p.m. Prices can change anytime.

To get the discount just show your ISIC at the cashiers. For information on exhibitions, upcoming events and opening hours check out the Deutsches Technikmuseum website.

Don't have an ISIC yet? Get your card here.

The general terms and conditions of payment of the respective provider apply in this case.

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