Aerial Deutsches Museum

"Turn ideas into successes. For our people. For our country." -- something that can now be experienced in the works of the prizewinners. This is the intent of the permanent exhibition on the Deutscher Zukunftspreis which opened at the Deutsches Museum in Munich at the end of 2006. The presentation of each of the ten award-winning projects demonstrates the scientific excellence and lasting impact of the innovation. The exhibition presents the involved research workers, scientists, developers and engineers as people with the important function of setting an example of excellence: the "Hall of Fame" honors the achievements of these individuals. The diversity of the scientific disciplines is presented in a consistent use of form which also succeeds in accentuating the uniqueness of each project.


Like perhaps no other natural science and technical museum, Deutsches Museum reflects the technical progress and achievements in technology and the natural sciences of this century, but also attendant social changes.
The Deutsches Museum is one of the most important science museums in the world with the largest collections of valuable original technical and natural science exhibits. With over 55,000 m² of exhibition space it is not only one of the largest museums in the world, it is also one of the most successful: ca. 1.4 million visitors from around the world come to the Deutsches Museum every year and are fascinated and enthusiastic – two thirds of the museum’s visitors are teenagers or young adults.

"Deutsches Museum – Masterpieces of Science and Technology" – this is the museum’s official title and thus the place where the permanent exhibition on the award-winning projects of the Deutcher Zukunftspreis has found a home.


Museumsinsel 1
80538 Munich / Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 / 217 91
Fax: +49 (0) 89 / 217 93 24
Recorded information: +49 (0) 89 / 217 94 33

Opening Hours and Admission Charges

The Deutsches Museum is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
It is only closed on January 1, Shrove Tuesday (February 24, 2009), Good Friday (April 10, 2009), May 1, June 24, 2009 until 10:30 a.m., November 1, December 10, 2009 from 1:00 p.m. and December 24, 25, and 31.

Admission costs € 8.50 for adults, € 3 for children aged 6 to 15.
Please check the museum website for information about further discounts at

Deutsches Museum Tours without Advance Booking and for Groups

The "red dot tours" for private groups (5 participants maximum) and families
are held daily also for the exhibition on the Deutcher Zukunftspreis;
The meeting place is the red dot at the entrance to the department.
Duration: ca. 30 - 60 minutes.
The tours are free.
For times, please go to www.deutsches-museum.de/Führungen.
On the day of your visit, please check what time and whether the desired tour will actually take place.

If you wish to visit the exhibition on the Deutscher Zukunftspreis at the Deutsches Museum with a small or larger group, please notify the museum in advance by contacting:

Deutsches Museum
Dr. Sabine Gerber, Curator
Phone: +49 (0) 89 / 217 95 65
E-Mail: s.gerber@deutsches-museum.de
Tours Ms. Beate Schuster
Fax: +49 (0) 89 / 217 92 73
E-Mail: fuehrungen@deutsches-museum.de


All rapid transit lines (S-Bahn: Isartor), underground lines U1 and U2 (Fraunhoferstrasse stop), Bus 131 (Boschbrücke stop), tram no. 17 (to Isartor), tram no. 18 (to Deutsches Museum).
There is some parking in parking structures nearby. As a rule, however, we do not recommend coming by car.

Images of the Exhibition