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Artificial lightning, a reconstructed mining tunnel or the star show in the planetarium: Around 1.5 million visitors experience the fascinating world of technology and natural sciences every year. Astronomy to time measurement A variety of exhibitions can be explored on Museum Island. Experts from all disciplines take the time to answer your questions - in free guided tours and demonstrations offered daily. Understand with all your senses What is genetic engineering? Why do researchers explore the deep sea? You can find the answers in the Deutsches Museum. Demonstrations, experiments and models invite you to participate and try them out. Founded in 1903, the Deutsches Museum, with its precious collection of valuable objects, is one of the most important technology and science museums in the world. It shows masterpieces of natural science and technology at four locations: in the main building on Museum Island, in the traffic center on Theresienhöhe, in the Schleißheim airship yard and in the German Museum Bonn. Towards new worlds In the major future initiative, the exhibitions on Museum Island will be fundamentally renewed in two sections by 2025 and the building will be brought up to date with the latest technology. During the modernization, at least half of the exhibition space with many highlights remains open. If you wanted to see all areas on this 25000 sqm, you would have to walk 9 km. A visit is always worthwhile.