What to do: Science & Technology

JGH Deutsches Museum
Deutsches Museum

The museum "Deutsches Museum of Munich" houses a very interesting and comprehensive exhibition of the most varied pieces from science and technology.

The visit of the museum is a rewarding experience for people of all ages, offering to everyone the chance of exploring something of interest. (Photo: Deutsches Museum).

15 minute walk away from the youth guesthouse.


Museum Mensch und Natur

The divisions of the "Museum Mensch und Natur" (Man and Nature) are:

The history of Earth and of mankind; the variety of organisms; man as a part and designer of nature.
A good opportunity for children and young people to learn more about these themes easily and playfully.
How to get there:
Rosenheimer Platz: any of S1-8 in the direction of Hauptbahnhof, station: Hackerbrücke; change to tram 17 Amalienburgstrasse, stop: Schloss Nymphenburg.
Duration: 25 minutes, plus 12 minute walk.


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Information and reservation

Do you have questions? Or would you like to make a reservation? Our team of the youth guesthouse will gladly advise you and look forward to your contact. For detailed information and offers please turn to Mrs. Doina Fracasso, our point of contact for the youth guesthouse.

Contact youth guesthouse:
Phone: 0049 / 89 / 48008-245

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The "Jugendgästehaus Don Bosco", guesthouse for young people, is a section of Salesianum, offering residence for more than 400 young people during the time of their training and apprenticeship - the biggest residential for young people in Germany. The Salesians of Don Bosco have been running the house since 1919. The religious order of the Salesians is committed to promote Don Bosco´s (1815-1888) principles and teachings all over the world.

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