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Tips and Service Information

  • Purchasing a Ticket

    Regular admission is €15 for adults and €8 for children aged 6 and over. Children up to and including 5 years have free admission. And then there is the family ticket for 31 €.

    Perhaps a membership is worthwhile too? For 82 € you and the whole family can visit all locations of the Deutsches Museum free of charge for a year. Find out more about the membership.

    All tickets are also available online. You can find information on the Admission and Tickets page.

  • Demonstrations for Families

    We offer many exciting guided tours and demonstrations for families and children. Participation is usually included in the museum admission. Here you will find our daily programme​​​​​​​.

  • Blick auf die Museumsinsel mit dem Sammlungsbau in München

    Blick auf die Museumsinsel mit dem Sammlungsbau in München Photo: Deutsches Museum

    Time Factor

    When to come?
    Come visit during the week if possible. Good to know: During the Bavarian school holidays, the Deutsches Museum is usually very well attended, especially in case of bad weather.

    And how much time should I allow?
    Two hours fly by. After all, we are one of the largest museums in Germany. If you're good on foot, you'll be happy to cover a few kilometres here. Here you can visit 20 permanent exhibitions, experience a wide range of programmes and relax in our café-restaurant on the roof terrace. Many guests also spend a whole day in the museum.

  • The new Kids' Kingdom

    From a marble run, night sky and shadow theatre to a hall of mirrors, music room and water play area: in our interactive exhibition, younger visitors can take their first playful steps into the world of science and technology.  Kids' Kingdom is located on level -1, under the Aviation Hall, and invites everyone aged three to eight to take their first steps into the world of science and technology.