- But do not you go to Germany? But why not? Indeed, in this country there are many wonderful museums that will not leave indifferent any person in our world! If you like to visit museums, go on various excursions, and are also partly a car enthusiast, then Germany is for you. There are three car museums here: the Porsche Museum, the BMW Museum and the Mercedes Museum! Well, how impressive?
But women should not be upset. For you, dear ladies, in Germany there is also a lot of interesting things. For example, various art galleries, exhibitions of sculptures and paintings and much more. Together with your children you can visit children's museums (for example, a toy museum).
Germany is a very calm and friendly country. There are always a lot of tourists. Museums in Germany it will be interesting to visit everyone, because getting new knowledge is always pleasant, all the more it costs quite inexpensively (from 5 to 15 euros for entering the museum). Of course, one cannot fail to say about the museums of Berlin - there, indeed, it is very interesting. We hope your trip will be wonderful!
Military History Museum, Dresden
The Bundeswehr History Museum is located in Dresden, Germany, in the historic district of the city - Albertstadt. This is one of the 2 largest state military museums.
Opel Museum in Rüsselsheim
Opel is one of the most famous and popular German car brands in the world. Its symbol in the form of a zigzag or lightning is recognizable even by those who are distantly related to the automotive industry or driving a car. But few people are familiar with the history of this brand.
Dachshund Museum in Germany
We are used to taking dachshund as a charming creature, a sweet home companion. However, this breed is hunting, it was bred by man in ancient times especially for the extraction of burrowing animals. But nowadays, the dachshund has become a faithful friend and is increasingly found as a pet among residents of megacities.
Volkswagen Museum (Volkswagen) Wolfsburg
In Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany, there is the AutoMuseum Volkswagen - a museum created specifically to cover the history of the creation and development of the most popular Volkswagen brand cars.
Hitler's bunker, Berlin
Most Nazi bunkers were blown up and destroyed, so that neo-fascists would not be able to create places of worship from them. The same thing happened with the most famous such place - Hitler's bunker in Berlin, where he, Eva Braun and the Goebbels family committed suicide. This place is known as the Fuhrerbunker.
Museum of Aviation and Technology Wernigerode
A respectful attitude not only to historical monuments, but also to the achievements of technological progress is typical for most countries of Western Europe. Germany is at a particularly high level in this regard. Traditional German thoroughness and accuracy allows you to create unique museums that preserve for posterity the many fruits of human genius.
Aviation Museum Laatzen-Hannover
With the beginning of aircraft construction, a new world opened up for humanity. There was an opportunity to move very quickly from one place to another, discover new lands and, unfortunately, more effectively kill each other. The First World War gave the world “ace from aces” Manfred von Richthofen, nicknamed “Red Baron” and many other great pilots, and also gave impetus to the further development of aviation.
Albrecht Durer House Museum in Nuremberg
In Nuremberg, the artist’s homeland, the ancient building - the Albrecht Dürer House-Museum is carefully preserved and lovingly restored. This is a tribute to the memory and achievements of the great German master, who left an indelible mark on the history of art.
Nymphenburg Castle, Munich, Germany
The name of this summer palace Wittelsbach tunes in a frivolous mood - the castle of the nymphs. At first, a modest palace was intended for the wife of one of the Bavarian kings as a gift for the birth of an heir. In many countries this would have ended, but Wittelsbachs were not like that. For two centuries, each new owner of the castle attached something to himself from him. As a result: today Nymphenburg is a whole complex of buildings with a length of more than 700 meters.
The Italians called this museum complex the first museum north of the Alps. Maybe not very modest, on the part of the guardians of the main beauties of the Renaissance, but in many respects it is fair.