The steam locomotive gives off a loud whistle, and the museum train is off, on its way through the exhibition and into the museum park. Paper is made at the vat while the web-fed rotation printing machine is fired up in the print department. If you would like to imagine the average day of a worker in the textile industry in the 19th century, to learn how a flour mill works or how the lotus plant serves today’s engineers as an inspiration for surfaces that are especially good at resisting dirt, why not drop by.
6 / 4 EUR;
Familienkarte / Family ticket: 12 EUR
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