In the historical, listed exhibition halls on the Theresienhöhe is the traffic centre with a collection of the state traffic exhibits of the Deutsches Museum
Attractions in three large halls
Hall 1 deals with the development of urban transport and transport in conurbations. Around 140 exhibits illustrate the development of public and private means of transport from carriages and freight bicycles to cars, trams and rescue helicopters.
Hall 2 will be devoted entirely to the topic of travel. Travel culture and the various means of transport with a focus on the 19th and 20th centuries are exhibited here. Both the infrastructure and the means of transport changed from individual to mass.
Hall 3 will deal with the subject of mobility and technology. The human desire to move has produced many inventions in the field of sports and helpers, thousands of years ago, because even in the Stone Age skis and bone skates were already known. Of course, modern equipment such as high-tech inline skates and bicycles, but also the development of modern motor vehicles can be admired.
Special exhibitions, events and discussions are also part of the museum concept.
Bavarian strengthening and recovery in Bavariapark
On the square in front of the museum you will find the Bavaria Beer Garden and the Bavariapark, which in summer invite you to a refreshment on the beer benches or a picnic on the meadow. The huge snail in front of the museum is a tribute to the speed of modern means of transport, which are exhibited in the museum.
How to get there
By public transport
With the underground U4/U5 and the bus 134 you get to the nearby stop Schwanthalerhöhe. With the S-Bahn you get off at the Hackerbrücke stop, from here it's approximately
We recommend travelling by public transport. If you come by car and use a navigation system, enter the address Theresienhöhe15. Unfortunately, the museum does not have its own parking spaces, but you can park at the Theresienwiese car park and in the Heimeranerstraße multi-storey car park.