Experience a technology "road show" in the Transportation Museum Am Bavariapark 5.

In the Verkehrszentrum, the Deutsches Museum presents its unique collection of land vehicles in a venue replete with tradition: the exhibition halls, originally built in 1908, have undergone a complete refurbishment and returned to their original condition wherever possible. The three halls are dedicated to the themes of mobility, travel and urban transport. Original exhibits include the Puffing Billy steam engine and the first automobile. Coaches, motorcycles, big saloon cars and railway cars will soon have visitors dreaming of the open road. In a unique display, you can experience the history of big city traffic at a glance, from horse-drawn carts, remarkable cars from the past and modern limousines to a rescue helicopter.