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Deutsches Museum

80538 München, Germany (Bayern)

Address Museumsinsel 1
Floor area 51 500 m² / 554 341 ft²   Area for radios (if not the same) 250 m² / 2 691 ft²
Museum typ Exhibition
Technical Museum in general
  • Navy / Watercraft
  • Chemistry
  • Robotic
  • Nuclear / Radiation
  • Mechanical Music Instruments
  • Science Museums in general
  • Model-making in general
  • Electricity / Magnetism
  • Air and Space (aviation, spaceflight etc.)
  • Modern technologies in general
  • Optics
  • Computer / Informatic
  • Planetarium
  • Biology / Medicine
  • Construction kit
  • Radio and Kommunication in general
  • Physics
  • Astronomy

Opening times
täglich: 9 - 17 Uhr; Ausnahmen siehe Öffnungszeiten auf der Webseite des Museums.

Status from 06/2023
Adults 15,00 €; Family: 31 €;
Children and teenagers aged 6 to 17, School pupils, trainees, students, Seniors, disabled persons: € 8
Erwachsene: 15,00 €; Familie: 31 €
Kinder und Jugendliche (6 bis 17 Jahre) Schüler, Auszubildende, Studenten, Senioren, Schwerbehinderte: 8 €

Tel.:+49-89-2179-1  Fax:+49-89-2179-324  


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Location / Directions
N48.130408° E11.583195°N48°7.82448' E11°34.99170'N48°7'49.4688" E11°34'59.5020"

All S-Bahn train lines to Isartor station; bus no. 132 to Boschbrücke; tram no. 17 to Isartor
There are one or two multi-storey car parks within walking distance, but we do not recommend coming by car as parking is very restricted.

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

A: ÖFA Akkumulatoren G Pertrix Anoden-Batterie 90 Volt (1930??)
D: Einstein, J.; Coulomb-Zähler (1890)
D: Leybold; Deutschland Elektrometer nach F. Braun (1900??)
D: Loewe-Opta; Ortsempfänger OE333 (1927-31)
D: Bechstein, Carl, Neo-Bechstein Flügel (1931)
D: Telefunken FE III (3) (1934/35)
D: Gemeinschaftserzeugn Enigma (1938)
D: Militär verschiedene 30 Watt Sender 30W.S.a (1939)
D: Gemeinschaftserzeugn Enigma-M4 Schlüssel M Form M4 (1941?)
D: Nachbau und REPLIKA Hahn-Meitner-Straßmann-Tisch (1944??)
D: Metz Transformatoren Babyphon (Babyphon-120) (1954/55)
D: Telefunken Magnetophon M5 Studio (1955?)
D: Zuse KG; Bad Computer Z22 (1956-61)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Phonosuper SK4/1 (1957)
D: Telefunken Hymnus Hi-Fi Stereo 2004 (1959/60)
D: Gossen, P., & Co. KG Konstanter Modell 1B 0-15/5A (1964)
D: Philips Radios - Oszilloskop PM3207 (1979?)
D: Grundig Radio- Space Fidelity PA3-II (1995?)
EU: Unknown Europe Spannungswaage (1877)
EU: Unknown Europe Machine de Wimshurst influence machine generic (1883-1950??)
USA: Edison, Thomas A., Phonograph Standard A (1898-1901)
USA: Martian Martian Beauty (1924/25)
USA: Regency brand of I.D TR-1 "Mike Todd" (1954)
USA: Keithley Instruments Multi-Range Electrometer 610B (1965)
USA: Keithley Instruments Programmable Electrometer 617 (1984)
ZZ: Unknown to us - Van de Graaff Bandgenerator generic (1929-2000)

Some example tube pages for sets you can see there:

Triode-Hexode ECH11 (1938)
Vacuum Pentode EF12 (1938)
Mag. Eye, 2 ranges, 4 shadow EM11 (1939)
Photomultiplier PMT-Kamiokande
Half-Wave Vacuum Rectifier VY2 (1938)


The Deutsches Museum possesses over 100 000 objects from the fields of science and technology. The large number of valuable original exhibits makes the Deutsches Museum one of the most important museums of science and technology anywhere in the world. The collections are not restricted to any specialized range of topics: they include objects from mining to atomic physics, from the Altamira cave to a magnified model of a human cell. They extend from the Stone Age to the present time. Collecting historically significant objects is still one of the Museum’s central tasks, so that the stock is constantly growing.

About a quarter of the objects are on exhibition – in the main museum on the island in the river, at the transport museum on the Theresienhöhe, in the hangar at Schleißheim airfield, and in the Deutsches Museum Bonn. These illustrate important developments in science and technology, right down to current research. presents here one of the many museum pages. We try to bring data for your direct information about all that is relevant. In the list (link above right) you find the complete listing of museums related to "Radio & Co." we have information of. Please help us to be complete and up to date by using the contact form above.



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