The Deutsches Museum is a world leader in museums of science and technology. When he founded the Deutsches Museum in 1903, Oskar von Miller’s basic idea was to comprehensively present science and technology from their beginnings through to the present day. Using “Masterpieces of Science and Technology” as well as working models and experiments, he wanted to promote knowledge of scientific phenomena and technical innovation – in a popularly accessible and educational way, but nevertheless on a sound scientific footing.
Cipher machine 41 (Deutsches Museum, Munich)


Deutsches Museum
Museumsinsel 1
80538 München
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Director General:
Prof. Wolfgang Heckl

Head of Administration:
Henrik Häcker

Public Relations:
Gerrit Faust