The Deutsches Museum is an outstanding place for scientific and technical communication, exchange of knowledge and constructive dialogue between science and society. Founded in 1903, this museum is one of the oldest science and technology museums in the world. The total exhibition area of the museum is 66,000 square meters, which makes it also one of the largest.
The unique collection of original exhibits makes the Deutsches Museum a leading international center of scientific and technical achievements. The museum fulfills the national mission of collecting and preserving historically significant objects. It also conducts research in the history of science and technology and related social transformations. Museum exhibitions and related events strengthen the connection between research and education, contributing to the development of innovation in society.