Muzeum techniki w Spirze

Speyer Technical Museum No.1

Technik Museum Speyer is the largest and most popular museum in Germany. It is located in Speyer in Rhineland-Palatinate in southwestern Germany. Located in the very center of the city, it also invites to visit other nearby attractions. In the museum you can see exhibits on the history of technology, as well as learn more about how people moved now and in the past.

Table of Contents:

  1. Speyer Technical Museum
  2. Access and parking
  3. Entrance to the museum
  4. The origins of Speyer and Sinheim
  5. Objects, exhibitions and exhibits

Access and parking to the museum in Speyer

Access and parking to the technical museum in Speyer is very easy. The museum is located in the very center just off the main A61 motorway (Koblenz-Speyer), and a large parking lot guarantees plenty of space for parking. We chose the city car park right next to the Rhine River with a beautiful view of the state of Baden-Württemberg. It is a great place to stop after visiting the museum, as you can see here many interesting types of motor water barges currently sailing on the Rhine.


Admission to the Technical Museum in Speyer

Spira The Museum of Technology is a world-famous museum that presents the latest and greatest achievements of technology by comparing them with historical copies on a 1:1 scale. Each of them is unique in its own way. Admission to the museum is ticketed, and visitors can expect exhibitions divided into different technology-related topics. Therefore, I believe that the museum is a must-see for anyone who is interested in the latest innovations in technology, automotive, space and would also like to learn something about the military of World War II.

Opening hours: The Museum of Technology is open for 365 hours a year from 9:00 to 18:00.

Currently, for 2022, the entrance ticket costs 19 euros. And the planned sightseeing time is about 3-4 hours depending on the interest in objects inside the halls and outside. A 2-day ticket is also recommended for 1 day Speyer and the second Sinheim.


The beginnings of the museum in Speyer and Sinheim

The museum in Speyer and Sinheim are twin museums of technology that verge on similar themes – they act as two branches. The Speyer Technical Museum has its roots in Sinsheim, where an exhibition hall was set up in the “Liller Halle”, a historic factory room from 1913. Today in Speyer you can see exhibits of rare machines and vehicles that date back to the nineteenth century. The museum has over 25,000 m2 of covered area and 150,000 m2 of open areas. In 1999, the Speyer Museum received the Antonov 22, which at 64 meters is the largest serial turboprop aircraft in the world, and its wingspan is 58 meters. In 2003, however, the most famous acquisition arrived: the Boeing 747 “Jumbo Jet” placed on a steel scaffolding in front of the museum halls. It automatically became a symbol representing this place in a positive way.

  • Speyer Technical Museum - cars
  • Speyer Technical Museum - cars
  • Speyer Technical Museum - cars
  • Speyer Technical Museum - cars
  • Speyer Technical Museum - cars
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  • Speyer Technical Museum - cars
  • Speyer Technical Museum - cars
  • Speyer Technical Museum - cars
  • Speyer Technical Museum - cars
  • Speyer Technical Museum - auto
  • Speyer Technical Museum - auto
  • Speyer Technical Museum - auto
  • Speyer Technical Museum - auto
  • Speyer Technical Museum - auto
  • Speyer Technical Museum - auto
  • Speyer Technical Museum - auto

What you will definitely see in the Speyer Technology Museum

Exhibitions and exhibits in the museum of technology are an interesting proposition for people who want to learn more about the history and development of technology. In the museum , the exhibitions are divided thematically in 2 halls and outdoor objects. Each of them is fascinating. Passenger cars, racing cars, fire engines, boat engines and the boats themselves can be found in the first hall. Space themes, bicycles, motorcycles and engines, e.g. for jumbo jets in the 2nd hall. Everyone will find something for themselves. Airplanes, helicopters, boats and submarines together with buses due to their dimensions are mostly placed outside the 🙂

From the curiosities you can find out what they ate and what the cosmonaut’s food portion looks like, what traveled in the golden years of America and how the Boeing 747 is built and partially shabby. Do you watch disaster movies with submarines? Go inside and check how tight it is in such a facility.

  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer
  • Technical Museum Speyer

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Author: Robert

HI! HERE ROBERT! I am a logistics specialist by education. I work in a foundation supporting entrepreneurs on a daily basis. In 2010, I created the project of the spotBOX micro company aimed at promoting and advertising the services of small and medium-sized enterprises. I love a relaxed lifestyle, without pressure and sheep's rush. Simple solutions, getaways and travel. I like to play, and smart technologies are my hobby.

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