The Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany, is the world's largest museum of science and technology. Founded in 1903, it is located on an island in the Isar River and it is a great place to explore and become inspired by its vast collection of historical artifacts and scientific displays. Discover the advances made in engineering, mining, optics, astronomy, naval technology, air and space travel, and much more. Traveling through this museum is like taking a journey through history and modern science. Explore the detailed architecture of the building and the unique exhibits that include the Apollo 11 Command Module, a world-famous submarine, a planetarium, and a chapel. The knowledgeable staff offers guided tours throughout the museum so visitors can easily access the overall richness of this impressive facility.