Deutsches Museum in Munich - other museums , information on history, admission prices and opening times for museums in Munich
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Museums are not necessarily boring. The best proof is the Bavarian capital Munich, in which there are numerous museums, which offer exciting and important attractions for young and old. How about for example a visit to the Children's and Youth Museum? The little ones get their costs and toys, children's clothing, furniture and much admired from several centuries. Surely your children will find it interesting to discover by what things children have played by several hundred years, or as they were then dressed.

Munich offers museum but technically much more. One of the most famous museums, for example, the German Museum, which is located on the eponymous Museum Island in the Isar. This museum has existed since 1903 and offers a fascinating overview of the technical achievements of the last century and the modern age. Here you will find the entire history of space exploration, industrial development, knowing from the shipping industry and much more. Among other things, you can sail ships, locomotives of all types and windmills marvel, but also rockets and spacecraft, nuclear reactors or simple household items.

With an area of ​​over 50,000 square meters, the German Museum in Munich is one of the largest museums in Europe. The focus is on science and technology, however, special exhibitions are also always offered from other areas. For each Munich tourists visit the Deutsches Museum should be a must! Conventional museums are too boring? Then we recommend a trip to the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum. If you've always wanted to follow the eventful and exciting history of beer, you are exactly right here.

The documentation in the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum dates back to the Middle Ages, where the beer still produced in monasteries and the German purity law was issued. And because the beer in Munich is inextricably linked to the Oktoberfest, you will learn in this museum also all about the history of the largest folk festival in the world. From its foundation by King Ludwig and his wife Princess Therese today you can trace the entire history of the Oktoberfest piece by piece. Two museums in Munich very different way, we have already introduced here to some extent. More detailed information on these and many other museums in and around Munich, refer to the following table:
 
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