Discover an impressive journey through the fascinating world of technology. 19 permanent exhibitions and numerous special exhibitions invite you on a fascinating journey of discovery through the cultural history of technology. The Library, specialized in the history of technology, and the Historical Archive are among the most important of their kind.
Deutsches Technikmuseum: Discover Technology - Experience Technology!
Along the exhibitions, exciting questions and technical developments are presented in a clear and illustrative way. Deutsches Technikmuseum - A magnet for discoverers of all ages.The impressive variety of exhibits allows you to experience technical developments and its history.
Exhibitions at a glance:
✓ Sugar ✓ Chemicals and Pharmacy ✓ The Network ✓ Printing ✓ Rail Transport ✓ Film Technology ✓ Photo Technology ✓ Historical Brewery ✓ Computers ✓ Historical Suitcase Production ✓ Aviation ✓ Telecommunications
✓ Papermaking ✓ Shipping ✓ Jewelry Manufacture ✓ Road Transport ✓ Textile Technology ✓ Machine Tools ✓ Wind Power in the Museum Park
Please enter the museum during the booked time slot through the main house. You can move between the main house and the exhibition in Ladestraße at any time after you have entered the museum. Your admission ticket is valid on the same day for all current exhibitions in the Deutsches Technikmuseum, in the Science Center Spectrum and in the exhibition area Ladestrasse. Please hold on to your ticket.
Beginning 4th of August 2020 the following exhibitions will be open:
Rail Transport, Shipping, Aviation, Road Transport, The Network, Telecommunications, Computers, Sugars, Machine Tools, Textile Technology, Jewelery Manufacture, Historical Suitcase Production and the Museum Park.
As of now, the Science Center Spectrum remains closed, as well as the exhibitions on Chemicals and Pharmacy, Film and Photo Technology including the special exhibition „Hidden Structures“ and a small part of the exhibition on Textile Technology.
Protection and Hygiene Regulations
A nose and mouth mask is required for all adults and children aged 6 and older entering the exhibition. Please remain at home if you are feeling ill. Please keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters between you and other people. If a waiting line develops in front of the entrance, please make sure that this minimum distance is maintained here as well. Please only visit the exhibitions on your own, in pairs or with members of your own household. Group visits (10 people or more) are not allowed. Please also avoid the formation of groups. Cough or sneeze in the crook of your arm or into a handkerchief and keep your hands away from your face (eyes, nose, mouth). Avoid making contact with people (for example shaking hands, hugging). We sanitize our information boards, displays and other surfaces several times a day. Please be sure to regularly disinfect your hands at the disinfection stations found at the entrance and in the exhibition areas or wash your hands thoroughly (at least 20-30 seconds) with soap and water. The toilet facilities can only be visited by a single person or members of a household (small children and persons in need of help who are dependent on an escort are exempted). Please pay attention to our signs and floor markings displaying texts and images that explain and illustrate the required rules on social distancing and hygiene.
Reduced: The reduced rate applies to the following visitors, on presentation of the appropriate identification:
Students, Unemployed, Severely disabled persons with 50% or more, Reduction of earning capacity, social security recipients, Persons receiving benefits under the Benefits for Asylum Seekers Act (Asylbewerberleistungsgesetz), Persons doing German military or federal volunteer service, Persons with berlinpass and berlinpass-BuT, Groups of students from special schools and similar institutions
Family Card maxi (2 adults and 3 children under 14 years) or Family Card mini (1 adult and 2 children under 14 years)
Free Admission: On presentation of the appropriate identification, the following visitors are eligible for free admission:
Children under the age of 6 years, Children and teenagers under 18, or on presentation of a valid student ID-card daily after 3 p.m., Students and teachers preparing a visit to the museum, Teachers accompanying groups of students, Participants of Kulturprojekte and “Jugend im Museum”, a recognized accompanying person for a severely disabled person, Members of the support associations of the Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin and the Association of the Cultural Society Free Balloon, Members of the press, Employees of museums, Members of ICOM and DMB, Holders of Berlin and Brandenburg Volunteer ID Cards (Ehrenamtskarte), Refugees with proof of arrival at destination (Ankunftsnachweis), Students from welcome classes, language classes for immigrants (Willkommensklassen), Refugee groups accompanied by a refugee aid organization member
Tuesday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday & public holiday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Admission to the museum is only permitted during the booked time slot. Only valid for the booked time slot (date & time)
Reduced & free tickets will only be accepted with appropriate proof at the entrance.
Mouth and nose cover required for adults and children over 6 years of age
Please keep a minimum distance of 1.5 metres from other people
Arrival by public transport
U-Bahn | U1, U3, U7 Möckernbrücke | U1, U2, U3 Gleisdreieck
S-Bahn | S1, S2, S25, S26 Anhalter Bahnhof