• Dornier Museum
    Dornier Museum ©Dornier Museum (Helmut Scham)
  • Schloss Freudenberg
    Schloss Freudenberg ©Uwe Stotz
  • Xanten Archaeological Park
    Xanten Archaeological Park ©Axel Thünker DGPh
  • Freiburg Museum of Natural History
    Freiburg Museum of Natural History ©Städtische Museen Freiburg
  • Das Erbe – the mining exhibition in the Saarland
    Das Erbe – the mining exhibition in the Saarland ©LEG Service - DAS ERBE
  • Senckenberg Natural History Museum
    Senckenberg Natural History Museum ©Senckenberg
  • Terra Mineralia in Freiberg
    Terra Mineralia in Freiberg ©Tourismus Marketing Gesellschaft Sachsen mbH (Katja Fouad Vollmer)
  • Ozeaneum aquarium, Stralsund
    Ozeaneum aquarium, Stralsund ©Johannes-Maria Schlorke

Science at your fingertips: see how the world works at museums of nature and technology

Those with a passion for nature and technology are spoilt for choice by Germany's fascinating museums. Best of all, many of the exhibitions allow you to learn by doing. So, if you've always wanted to ride on a steam engine, understand how solar technology works or hear whale song, these are the must-see museums for you.

The Museum of Natural History in Berlin is one of the five largest natural history museums in the world.

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The centrepiece of Schloss Freudenberg in Wiesbaden is a permanent interactive exhibition that explores the mind and the senses.

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The Shipbuilding and Maritime Museum in Rostock is housed on a former cargo ship.

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The Natural History Museum in Mainz contains valuable collections from contemporary and prehistoric times.

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Freiburg's Museum of Natural History is a fun and educational day out for all the family.

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From the oldest artworks of southern Baden to medieval Freiburg , the Archaeological Museum takes you on a journey through the millennia.

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It was around 150 years ago in Mettmann near Düsseldorf that Germany's most famous resident was discovered: Neanderthal man, now the star attraction at one of Europe's most popular and innovative museums.

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Marveling at the fire tornado, setting a ball in motion through brainwaves or lying as a fakir on a bed of nails: Over 350 interactive stations stimulate visitors to discover the world of scientific phenomena.

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