Located in the area of the former Anhalter Bahnhof train station - which was destroyed during World War II - the museum has a large collection of trains, as well as an old brewery, a blacksmith shop and both water and windmills.
Founded in 1982, the museum shows numerous facets of technology - both ancient and modern -, including its relationship with the history of civilization and the daily life of mankind.
Although a large part of the museum's new building is devoted to navigation and the aeronautical world - where the remains of dozens of warplanes are exposed -, photography and textile technology are also particularly prominent.

After the museum, we recommend you to go to Park am Gleisdreieck and visit BRLO BRWHOUSE: The new craft beer place in town.

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Deutsches Technik Museum Berlin
Museum of Technology
Trebbiner Str. 9, Kreuzberg

Open Mon-Fri 9-17:30, Sat-Sun 10-18:00
U-Bhf Möckernbrücke

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