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Auf einem gepflasterten Platz sieht man eine aus Metallbuchstaben erstellte Wortskulptur, die sich „Technik Museum“ liest. Im Hintergrund ein Backsteingebäude.

Getting Here

The Deutsches Technikmuseum and Science Center Spectrum are located in the heart of Berlin. The location in Kreuzberg can be easily reached by public transport. The “Candy Bomber” on the roof is the museum's landmark piece.

How to find us

The Deutsches Technikmuseum is spread out over spacious grounds in a variety of buildings. The museum premises are divided into two separate sections, each with its own entrance: the Main Building on Trebbiner Straße and the Ladestraße complex with the Science Center Spectrum. Both exhibition areas are within a short walking distance of one another. Admission tickets allow access to the entire museum grounds and all exhibitions for the whole day.


Deutsches Technikmuseum

Trebbiner Straße 9

10963 Berlin

Phone +49 (0) 30 43 97 34 0


Ladestraße & Science Center Spectrum

Möckernstraße 26

10963 Berlin

Phone +49 (0) 30 43 97 34 0


Umgebungskarte des Deutschen Technikmuseums. Das Haupthaus des Museums ist rot eingezeichnet, der Bereich Ladestraße ist orange hervorgehoben. Die drei nahegelegenen S- und U-Bahn-Stationen sind eingezeichnet.

Public Transport

By underground U-Bahn

Möckernbrücke: U1, U3, U7

Gleisdreieck: U1, U2, U3

By metro train S-Bahn

Anhalter Bahnhof: S1, S2, S25, S26

By Bike

You can easily reach the museum by bike. Bike racks are available in front of the main building. The Deutsches Technikmuseum is also the starting point of the “Bright Light and Cool Beer” bicycle route of the Berlin Center for Industrial Heritage.


We recommend travelling by public transport. Car parking facilities and local parking nearby the museum are very limited. A small number of disabled parking spaces are available outside the Museum.