Steam power and electro-engineering are the dominant issues, which is why the exhibition includes a historic steam locomotive and electrical domestic appliances from the early period of electrification. Visitors can get a steam engine to move or a light bulb to work. In a wind tunnel, you can test how a body reacts to currents and how aircrafts stay in the air. Messages are transmitted using a bit of muscle power via a letter chute – and anyone who wants to communicate in an unusual way can send messages with blinking lights at the Morse desk.
6 / 4 EUR;
Familienkarte / Family ticket: 12 EUR
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