Friday, November 7, 2008

Deutsches Museum

On Monday Laura and I visited the Deutsches Museum ("German Museum") in Munich, which is Germany's version of the Smithsonian (the Air and Space Museum, anyway). The Deutsches Museum has to be the most complete, exhaustive exhibit for science/technology/engineering topics in the world. Laura and I played with countless exhibits, performed chemical reactions, controlled scale models, built bridges, admired aircraft and their engines, and much more. Unfortunately, we didn't get very many pictures, but trust me when I say it was fantastic and a must see for anyone in Munich. Below are a few of the pictures we did get.

Matt at the Deutsches Museum entrance.

A nifty outdoor measurement display.

Laura demonstrating the building technique for one variety of arch bridge.

Matt peering in the cockpit of a plane. This was one of many aircraft in the Deutsches Museum.

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