New destinations, new opportunities:
the German Museum of Technology in transition

Almost everyone knows it, but not everyone has been there. From the outside, you can recognize the German Museum of Technology by the raisin bomber hanging from its facade. But there is much more hidden inside. In the evening, when the last museum visitors have left, the German Museum of Technology transforms into one of the most attractive locations in the German capital. The variety of technical topics and the spectacular exhibition spaces make it possible to create target group-oriented and memorable event experiences.

In the future, the German Museum of Technology will increasingly address current and socially relevant topics such as globalization, climate protection and the mobility revolution. In addition to imparting knowledge through its exhibitions, the German Museum of Technology increasingly sees its role as providing a platform for the discussion of socially relevant topics as a location operator. With its ambitious project to become Germany’s first climate-neutral museum, the Deutsches Technikmuseum is setting new standards. The comprehensive energy refurbishment of the historic and partly listed buildings (EFRE/BENE measure, 2021-2023) is a milestone on this path and will in future be reflected, among other things, in a reduction in CO2 emissions of around 165.5 tons per year. 

While the event areas in the historic building complexes will gradually be included in the energy refurbishment until 2023, the venues in the new construction area, on Tempelhofer Ufer, will remain usable to the usual extent throughout the construction period. 

Unforgettable get-togethers in the midst of historic aircraft will continue to ensure enthusiasm. „Cast off“ will continue to be the motto for events in the shipping exhibition, where organizers and guests can immerse themselves in the maritime world of times long past. The lookout (venue on the 5th floor with spacious terrace) not only offers a great view over Berlin, but can also be used very flexibly – thanks to its purist design. 

Safe and successful event planning is supported by a trained and competent location team, which is happy to advise customers personally on the individual implementation of unusual events. 

Virtual tours of the currently available venues, all necessary information such as factsheets, seating plans, guidelines and electricity plans as well as the current hygiene measures (COVID-19 UPDATE) can be easily accessed online at any time via the Panorama Sales Tool of the German Museum of Technology. Access either „directly and virus-free“ for tablet and cell phone with QR code or via the website

Deutsches Technikmuseum
Location & Events
Trebbiner Straße 9
10963 Berlin

Phone: +49 30 90254-125

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