Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin

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The Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (German Museum of Technology Berlin) would like to invite
you to join us for an eventful and enjoyable journey of discovery through the cultural history of technology. The museum offers a forum for culture and technology close to Potsdamer Platz, occupying an unmistakeable location on the site of the former goods yard of Anhalter Güterbahnhof. The large museum park – containing a windmill, a water mill, a smithy and a brewery – is also an oasis of green.
Spectrum, the neighbouring Science Centre, presents more than 250 experiments for discovering
physical phenomena through play.
The Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin, founded in 1982, stands in a long tradition of scientific and technical collections.Many of these had their home in Berlin for more than 120 years, and some of these collections have been taken over by the Deutsches Technikmuseum. A great deal, however, was destroyed during the Second World War, or moved elsewhere.
The museum presents a broad spectrum of old and new technology and demonstrates the various
historical connections to culture and everyday life. Daily demonstrations, visitor activities and guided
tours – as well as experiments in the Spectrum Science Centre – make the Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin an interactive learning experience.