I realized the reason why the Germans are so advanced technologically, as they have such a good place that able to excite their creative mind.
Deutsches Museum of Munich
Text/photos by Alex Lim
A trip to Europe may not be complete without visiting to the museums for the rich history are preserved in them. Due to limited time during my last visit to Munich, I managed to squeeze out some time to visit the Deutsches Museum. Its full name in English is German Museum – Masterpieces of Science and Technology. This museum is so huge that I almost had to rush all the way through my 5 hours visit. Their exhibits feature just about everything ever invented, including aerospace, astronomy, bridge building, computers, digital imaging, model coal, salt mines, wonderful sections on musical instruments, caves, geodesy, micro-electronics and astronomy are just some of the delights on display. When I had my lunch (I brought a packed lunch) with the rich aroma coffee, I realized the reason why the Germans are so advanced technologically, as they have such a good place that able to excite their creative mind.
The Deutsches Museum is open daily from 09:00 to 17:00, ticket presale from 9:00 to 16:00.
Day ticket for visitors aged 16 or over € 8.50