Deutsches Museum

Arguably acknowledged as the largest technology related museum in the world, the Deutsches Museum is situated on a small island near the River Isar, in Munich, Germany. It exhibits nearly 28,000 objects from approximately fifty fields of technology and science.

It was established on the 28th of June 1903 and attracts around one and a half million visitors per year. The full name of this museum in the English language is German Museum of Masterpieces of Science and Technology.

Munich Deutsches Museum

Munich Deutsches Museum

This museum has a large number of exhibits in diverse fields such as agriculture, amateur radio, chemistry, ceramics, pharmacy, physics, and much more. Tourists are recommended to check out the Altamira cave, which is an authentic reproduction of a Spanish cave, replete with stone era paintings. Do not expect to complete viewing the entire museum in one day.

There are so many sights to see that it will take the average tourist 2-3 days to just have a glimpse of them all. The Kids’ Kingdom is a must visit for youngsters. Music lovers should not miss out viewing the Musical instruments section.

If you want to know more about your planet, check out the environment section where you can see various exhibits related to the roots and development of environmental science. This section also highlights the dangers of global warming.

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