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Deutsches Technikmuseum - Special exhibitions

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Special exhibitions – covering a wide range of themes

With its permanent and special exhibitions, the museum has made a name for itself as a recognised and independent high-profile educational establishment. It actively shapes the political and scientific debate on the role of technology and science in modern societies by also organising lectures, symposia and congresses.

Special exhibition: Cars from the depot on show

The museum’s depot with the blue Citroen DS 19 to the front left and several antique cars in a row to the right. © SDTB / photo: Klaus Huber-Abendroth

As the depots are being renovated, we’re offering a unique opportunity, not just to fans of historical cars, to discover further milestones in automotive history.

6 December 2017 to 31 July 2018

Special exhibition: The Internet as a place

Photo: A router is neatly arranged on a piece of wooden furniture beside a decorative jug and a pot plant. © Heinrich Holtgreve / OSTKREUZ

What actually is the Internet? Can you visit it and is it nice there? Photographer Heinrich Holtgreve has been looking for a place named Internet ...

25 October 2017 to 18 February 2018

Photo exhibition: The BERLINER LINSE underway with Auto & Co.

Photo: A model in a black and coloured designer dress in front of a vintage car. © Dominik Nowk

Avant-garde fashion meets vintage vehicles in our exhibition "Man on the Move".

Since 16 June 2015
Section "Road traffic" in the loading sheds

Special exhibition: Mathematics of Planet Earth

Graph: The circular orbits of the navigation-satellite Galileo were set like a net around the globe.

Three multi-media and interactive works on mathematics of volcanic eruption, melting glaciers and tsunamis.

Until further notice

Special exhibition: Seamarks!

Photo: Small red painted electric lantern to identify moles or buoys

We highlight the development of man-made seamarks as warning and guiding systems along German coasts.

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Extended until 2 September 2018