The Deutsches Museum

A few weeks back, when the weather first started to turn sunny and nice, I took another short day trip. This time, it was to München to see the Deutsches Museum. This place is sort of like the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.

Inside, there’s a huge selection of aircraft, boats, space vehicles…

I kept waiting for James Franciscus and the mutants to come see this one…
This poor guy must have been waiting for his flight forever.

Up on the sixth floor, there’s a sundial garden. Since the weather has recently started to be sunny, this was a beautiful spot.

…I also got this pretty spectacular panoramic view of the Munich skyline from the sundial garden:

I don’t have a lot of commentary for the rest of these, so I’ll just put up a lot of pictures.

Foucault’s Pendulum
Biggest bong ever.
Looks like I need to eat more Big Macs.

I don’t know why, but I find this hilarious.

This was next to the self playing piano in the music section.

4 thoughts on “The Deutsches Museum

      1. Frank

        just saw your answer there. yeah, in the electronics section they simulate lightnig with up to 14,000,000Volts and smite a little church model with it.
        They also send this crazy current through a standart electrical wire which ‘literally’ vaporizes the same. It’s fun but ungodly loud! Just imagine thunder INSIDE a building xD

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