Deutsches Museum, Munich
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See how science and technology have evolved since the Stone Age at the Deutsches Museum in Munich. This museum is located on an island, Museumsinsel, in the River Isar in the very heart of Munich. It was founded in 1903 and is home to around 28,000 objects related to science and technology.

Some of the most popular artefacts at the museum are the first car (Benz 1886) and the first diesel engine (1897). You can even see the bench where the atom was first split in 1938. Likewise, children will love the Deutsches Museum’s interactive exhibitions such as glass blowing and papermaking demonstrations.

Plan your visit to the Deutsches Museum well as there is lots to see and do. The museum is closed on German bank holidays.

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