The Deutsches Technikmuseum, 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.
Amongst other things the museum has a large collection of aircraft remains from the Second World War and an Enigma machine from the Second World War.
For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.
- Text: Rob Korteland
- Photos: Maurice Philippe (1) & Rob Korteland (2,3,4,5,)
Address and contactinformation
- Trebbiner Straße 9
- 030 / 90 254-0
- 030 / 90 254-175
- WWII grade:
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- Jüdisches Museum Berlin (Jewish Museum Berlin)
- Silent Heroes Memorial Centre
- Berliner Unterwelten (Air Raid Shelter Brunnenstraße)
Point of interest
- Plaque Jewish Elderly Home
- Memorial for the Sinti and Roma of Europe
- Plaque Murdered Scholars Rütli-Oberschule
- Stumbling Stones Mühsamstraße 61
- Stumbling Stones Westfälische Straße 52
- Stumbling Stones Pestalozzistraße 15