After so much recreation and nature on the second day we now hit the city crowds and go on culTOURe! We start at the Deutsches Museum - one of the most famous museums in the country. Here you will find the entire history of technology from more than 100 years, plus many interesting facts about nature and our entire planet. The exciting history of aerospace is not going short.
In the immediate vicinity is the Planetarium, also an ideal destination for families. Children can watch and explore the night sky and discover new stars. Want to bet that even the adults are gripped in a short time of this fascinating and industrious part?
It continues in the museum "Man and Nature". Here the exhibits date back to the Stone Age. The symbiosis of nature and technology is presented in detail and explained by numerous illustrative objects comprehensible to everyone. Children and young people here get one's money's worth, for example in the hall for young scientists, where the young visitors work collaborate on projects and thus demonstrate their understanding of the nature and their research skills.
The museum is housed in the Nymphenburg Palace, which is surrounded by a large, beautifully landscaped park. Here you can finish your visit to the museum in style with a walk.
So the little ones do not get bored, you can also visit the toy museum and / or the Children and Young People's Museum. There are children's eyes get really big and it will be difficult for you to persuade the young ones to return to walking.
You should complete the "culTOURe-day" with a visit to the river Isar and the English Garden. Who has not been here at least once, has not seen Munich in all its magnificence! Especially in the summer the banks of the Isar and the nearby English Garden are the first choice recreational area of every citizen of Munich and many tourists. Relax and keep the feet in the cold and sparkling Isar!