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The venue is located in Bad Godesberg in a side street. Parking is possible on the street. The “Deutsches Museum” means the German museum and the one on Bonn is the small brother of the much bigger in Munich. The museum shows innovation of science...More
Came here with found kids, didn't speak German. Some of it had good English explanations but most didn't, so we didn't know why any of the experiments were about or what we were trying to achieve. Kept kids entertained, but slightly frustrating for adults.
We were excited about going to the Deutsches museum, but our excitement was short lived. First, this was about 1 km walk from the U-bahn station and secondly there was nothing special about this museum. But if you are tech freak, you might like this...More
The main technical museum is in Munich, and is well-worth seeing.
Visiting Bonn, I paid a visit to the outpost of the museum and was very impressed.
The range of topics covered is excellent, and explanations are given in English and German. The area is...More
Very clean and sleek. I especially liked the science and engineering presentations. High quality and informative. Be prepared for at least 2 hours to see everything. Like other areas in Germany folks with access issues may want to pass on this due to stairs and...More
The museum (opened in 1995) is rather small and has not got any impressive exhibits that you would expect in the "German Museum". I think you should go to the "Deutsches Museum" in Munich or the Science Museum in London if you are interested in...More
Modern, high tech, bright, well designed. But hard for non-tech visitors. Labels are in German and English but very technical, not easy to understand. Pride of German tech. Not oriented to average visitors.
We visited the Deutsches Museum in Munich, so in terms of size there is a vast difference. We enjoyed this one, but were done in about 2 hours.
I think if you had children, they would enjoy through Munich museum much more. The vast majority...More
This is a spectacular museum. Maybe not as high tech and big as the Smithsonian Museum of Air and Space, but still has some interesting exhibits and concepts. Quite a bit of exposition on German scientists who worked with NASA on the space program.