The 6 most beautiful museums for children, munich online

With animals in close contact

Immerse yourself in the underwater world? No problem at Sea Life in Munich. The huge aquarium is located in the middle of the Olympic Park. Fish, sharks and many other animals can be admired in 36 lifelike pools. It is best to inform yourself beforehand when the feeding times are, then you can see the animals in action right away. In addition, the little visitors can even touch fish in the low pools. By the way, the Sea Life in Munich has the largest variety of sharks in Germany.

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Take off in Schleißheim

The Flugwerft in Schleissheim is not only interesting for children, but also for parents. Here, visitors can admire 70 flying objects and learn a lot about aviation history. There are always courses and a special program for children between the ages of three and twelve that can be found on the website.

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Safe through traffic

The Verkehrszentrum heard, as the Flugwerft, also to the Deutsches Museum. Here, young and old can explore and marvel at all types of transportation. There is also a large model train that not only lights up children’s eyes. The museum consists from three halls under the motto "road traffic", "travel" and "mobility and technology".

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The giant in Munich

The German museum is one of the largest museums in Munich and, measured in terms of exhibition space, the largest science and technology museum in the world. It offers a wide variety of topics and exhibitions, younger and older guests alike will find interesting areas: from replica mines to historical exhibits. Children between three and eight years can pass the time in a large play area.

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A journey through time

Big planets and dinosaurs? You can find that in Museum of Man and Nature. Under the motto "natural history as an experience" you can discover bio and geosciences as well as the area titled "life science". Incidentally, entry for children and young people under the age of 18 is free. The interaction options are rather unsuitable for very young children, but older ones can let off steam on many hands-on opportunities.

With flashing lights against fire

The Fire Brigade Museum in Munich is not huge, but one or two young visitors will still be amazed. Because in the rooms you can see part of a burned-out subway and many objects from Munich’s fire department history. And who knows, maybe one or the other guest would like to become a fireman afterwards!

You can find more information on the website of the Fire Brigade Museums in Germany.

Fairytale princesses and knights, pay attention: The Palace Administration Bavaria also offers interesting tours of their houses.


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