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Verkehrszentrum Deutsches Museum
The Deutsches Museum’s unique collection of overland transport exhibits is displayed in a special light in the historic listed exhibition buildings on the Theresienhöhe.
Hall I gives an insight to city traffic and the system that manages the seeming chaos. The evolution of trams and technology that guides people through the city traffic in their cars can be observed with the help of many unique exhibits.
Travelling now and then is the topic of Hall II. How was it like to ride in a horse drawn carriage and what did luxurious travel mean year ago? How did technology evolve with making travelling faster, more reliable and more convenient? These questions are addressed with displaying valuable Trains, carriages and cars in this context.
Hall III, headlined “Mobility and Technology”, tells the story of the desire for mobility and the many technical aids people have invented to make it easier and quicker for them to move around. This ranges from moving faster on their own two feet to the development of racing and motor sports as illustrated by famous racing cars, as well as showing selected original milestones and vehicular innovations from the 19th and 20th centuries.
09.00 – 17.00 daily.
Exceptions, when the museum will be closed:
January 1, Shrove Tuesday, Good Friday, May 1, June 29, 2011 until 11:00, November 1, December 10, 2011 from 12:00 on and December 24, 25, and 31