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On the following pages you will find lots of information and tips to help you plan your visit to the Deutsches Museum.

Plan Your Visit:

test_Familie vor Exponat in der Ausstellung Energietechnik
Kinder spielen im Kinderreich mit der Kugelbahn
Führung durch die Ausstellung „Kosmos Kaffee“.
Besucherin benutzt die Museums-App mit Smartphone

Gastronomy and Museum Shop

Cloakroom, WLAN, House Rules and more

  • Photo: Deutsches Museum | Christian Illing

    Cloakroom

    The cloakroom and lockers are located in the entrance area of the Deutsches Museum and can be reached via a ramp. The cloakroom in the museum is free of charge. For the lockers you need a €1 or €2 coin as a deposit. Smaller bags and backpacks may be taken into the museum. You can find information about the size of the lockers in the FAQs at the bottom of this page.

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    Wi-Fi

    Free wi-fi on the Museum Island

    M-WLAN is available in the Museum Courtyard, a service provided by the City of Munich together with the Stadtwerke München. 
    In the museum building itself, we can currently only offer the Deutsches Museum WLAN at the cloakroom. After the completion of the modernisation currently underway, wi-fi will be available everywhere.
    In the library and archive we offer BayernWLAN for all users.

  • Die Hausordnung regelt das Verhalten in den Ausstellungsräumen.

    Photo: Deutsches Museum | Christian Illing

    House Rules

    The Deutsches Museum presents cultural assets of the highest order in its exhibition rooms. We enable our guests to have a direct encounter with top works largely without barriers, trusting that they will behave in an understanding and appropriate manner. More on this in the house rules of the Deutsches Museum.

  • [Translate to English:] Fotografieren erlaubt.

    Photo: Deutsches Museum | Alexander Göttert

    Photography and Filming

    • For private purposes: You are welcome to take photographs and film in our exhibitions - also with flash, but without tripod or selfie stick.
    • Professional recordings: Do you want to take pictures for publications? Please contact our press office in advance.
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    Schriftzug Deutsches Museum Photo: Deutsches Museum

    Pets and Lost Property

    Have you lost something in the museum? You can reach our lost property team on weekdays by phone at +49 89 2179-339 or by email at registratur@deutsches-museum.de.

    Animals must remain outside. With the exception of trained assistance dogs, no animals may be brought into the museum.

Books and Supporting Material

Sammlungskatalog

G. Hartl, K. Märker, J. Teichmann, G. Wolfschmidt

Astronomie

Wie kann man Astronomie am spannendsten erklären? Wie die Abteilung des Museums stellt auch das Buch allgemein interessierende Fragen: Was sehen wir am Himmel? Was sind Sterne? Wie entwickeln sie sich? Woher kommt die Energie der Sonne? Wie sieht unser Planeten-System aus? Wie haben sich Kosmos und Leben entwickelt? Und woher wissen wir das alles?