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the museum show all the things to know about Junker one of the pioneers in aviation as well as gas engines and more.
this museum is privately maintained by a group of volunteers.
a must who is interested in aviation
I'm not an aircraft enthusiast and my knowledge of engineering is extremely limited but this museum is a gem. Hugo Junkers was a genius there seems to be no doubt but he was also a good human being who fell out with the Nazis and...More
What a fascinating place, totally run by volunteers! Hugo Junkers was certainly an engineering and commerical genius whose inventions went far beyond the plane that most people associate with his work. (He was forced at gunpoint to give up his patents and designs to the...More
This Museum is located in one of the remaining buildings of the former Junkers Aircraft and Engineering plant. Hugo Junkers set out to make internal combustion engines more efficient and ended up inventing the first cheap and efficient gas water heater. Because he knew that...More
Very impressive museum. From hot water systems to washing machines, a metal fabricated house and naturally a variety of aeroplanes. Its amazing to see just what one man can achieve. There is also English translations on most of the exhibits. The entry is only 4...More