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In Zeppelin Museum guests can discover around 1500 exhibits on 4000m² exhibition space. The museum houses the world's largest collection on the history and technology of aviation, a walkable model of the LZ 129 Hindenburg and an art collection that...more
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The museum is very interesting as it tells the history pf Zeppelins. It is interactive and you can see a reproduction of a real one.
However, some explanations and signs are only in German which makes it a bit long and boring for non-german speakers.
I went along with some friends to visit this museum, one of my friends had a Zeppelin land in her family's garden many years ago, so she was interested in finding out about that particular one, I was a bit unsure if I would find...More
The museum covers the extensive history of the zeppelin from the earliest attempts at lighter-than-air flight to the current day. There is a replication of a section of the Hindenberg illustrating the massive scale of the aircraft, some of its amenities, and internal structure. Many...More
This museum is so open about Germany's history in the First World War, the Second World War and the Cold War. It hides from nothing yet leaves it up to the audience to have whatever opinions they want about anything - it gives no judgements...More
Yes, the Zeppelin Museum is definitely kid friendly. They even supply some small items for kids such as cardboard "suitcases" with baggage tags to fill in by the kids themselves. Also the small section with... More
Yes, the Zeppelin Museum is definitely kid friendly. They even supply some small items for kids such as cardboard "suitcases" with baggage tags to fill in by the kids themselves. Also the small section with merchandising items, including toys of the period could be fun. The walk through a reconstructed section of a Zeppelin gives an idea how stylish wealthy people travelled at the time.