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Technikmuseum „Hugo Junkers“ Dessau

06846 Dessau, Germany (Sachsen-Anhalt)

Address Kühnauer Straße 161a
 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Air and Space (aviation, spaceflight etc.)
  • Model Aircraft and Aviation
  • Combustion engines/generators/pumps
  • Home Appliances
  • Tractors


Opening times
täglich 10 - 17 Uhr

Admission
Status from 03/2020
Erwachsene: 7,00 €, Kinder: 3,00 €; Familie 17,00 €

Contact
Tel.:+49-340-66 11 982  Fax:+49-340-66 11 193  
eMail:technikmuseum-dessau online.de   

Homepage technikmuseum-dessau.org/

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Location / Directions
N51.836780° E12.209354°N51°50.20680' E12°12.56124'N51°50'12.4080" E12°12'33.6744"

Die Stadt Dessau liegt im Dessau-Wörlitzer-Gartenreich und direkt am ELBE-RAD-WANDERWEG. Gerade in den Sommermonaten kommen viele unserer Gäste mit dem Fahrrad nach Dessau. Das KORNHAUS, als ein markanter Punkt am Rad- wanderweg, befindet sich direkt am Bogen der Elbe. Von dort fahren Sie entlang der Elballee, An der Kienheide, über den Hasenwinkel geradewegs zur Kühnauer Straße, biegen rechts auf diese ab und erreichen unser Museum.

Mit dem PKW:
Zufahrt auf das Museumsgelände direkt gegenüber dem Straßenabzweig in die Fichtenbreite. Es stehen auf unserem Gelände genügend Parkplätze (auch für Reisebusse) zur Verfügung.

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

D: Robotron Radeberg, Combi Vision RF3301 (1979??)

Description

Text from Wikipedia.de:
The technique "Hugo Junkers" in Dessau is particularly concerned with the life and work of Professor Hugo Junkers.
 

Exhibition

Gas engine
Calorimeter
Opposed piston diesel engine
Motor Oil
Airflow channel
All-metal aircraft


Highlight of the exhibition is a restored Junkers Ju 52/3m, which sank in 1940 during the Second World War in Hartvikvann at Narvik in Norway. It was raised in 1986 and came in exchange for a MiG-21 in 1995 to Dessau.

Outside the hall are other exhibits, including the remains of a wind tunnel, an IL14 from Dresden and cooling carriages from the Waggonbau Dessau. There are also two MiG-21 and a MiG-23.
 

Aircraft

Ju 52/3m
MiG-15UTI
Jak-27R
DFS Olympia Meise
Il-14
Let Z-37
MiG-21U
MiG-23MF
Su-22M-4
Su-22UM-3K
 

Helicopter

Mi-2
 

Engines

Daimler-Benz DB 605: Wreck and crankshaft
Jumo 207: average model
Jumo 211: engine casing and injection
Jumo 213 A: Wreck
Jumo 213 A-G-1: average model
Jumo 004: average model
Junkers L 5: average model
Schwezow ASch-82 W: average model
Walter Minor 4-III
Zündapp 9-092


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