I cycled via the Isar River as the museum is located on a small island in the river.
On the way I spotted a (lame!) attempt to recreate the love locks bridge and some colourful graffiti...
Deutsches Museum (German Museum) is the world's largest museum of science and technology, with approx 1.5million visitors a year and approx 28,000 exhibited items from 50 different fields of science and technology.
It’s an impressive looking building from the outside and I snapped a couple of pics before hurrying inside, away from the fierce wind!
The main hall that greets you on arrival is full of hanging planes, balloons and boats...and people! I hurried upstairs away from the crowds and found myself in the Astronomy area.
Next I ended up in a great ‘Biology’ exhibition...I have a bit of a fascination with human science and this was a good exhibit that brought different elements to life:
From here I wandered through other rooms, looking at things like ‘Textiles’, ‘Music’ and 'Pharmacy'.
Finally I headed back to the main hall to see all of the hanging transportation pieces – it was interesting to see so many different types of planes...particularly the cross-section of the commercial plane – I never realised how little of the space is actually filed by passengers!
After being intellectual, I treated myself to lunch out in 'Laden' - a cafe in Schwabing. It’s a busly cafe – a perfect lunchtime catch up spot with friends at the weekend. I think it would also be worth a visit for breakfast with their pretzel and jams selection.
I went for the veggie linguine.
A quick trip to the supermarket on my way home, revealed another 'interesting' item - sauerkraut juice!
I didn't purchase it this time, but perhaps will get the urge at some point! Though having received a British food survival basket in the mail, I'm stocked up for a bit!