Germany has always been hugely influential in industrial, technological, scientific & engineering fields and this museum, founded in 1982, exhibits a vast collection of technical artefacts from history like an extensive locomotive collection including steam-engines and aircraft celebrating German engineering while acknowledging the roles played by rail and aircraft in the atrocious history of the deportation of Jews and the establishment of the Luftwaffe respectively. There is also an exhibition dedicated to computing, in particular the pioneering inventions of Konrad Zuse, as well as windmills, a brewery, a hydro-powered forge, exhibitions relating to photo technology and much much more in between, making for quiet an interesting museum experience indeed. Entry costs €8 or €4 concession and the museum is open Tuesday to Friday 9am to 5:30pm, Saturday and Sunday 10:00am to 6pm and is closed on Mondays.