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MVG Museum, Munich

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The MVG Museum of the Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft is a public transportation museum for the presentation of historical and modern public transportation in Munich. In an area of over 5000 square meters are around 25 historical trams, buses and work vehicles on exhibit. The streetcars are arranged on two tracks leading through the entire hall. The "CVs" are also displayed for each vehicle. In addition, the museum present more than 150 billboards and other exhibits, such as a subway simulator in an original car from the 1980s, several tramway driving switches, historical paintings, a small cinema and a model railroad exhibition. The MVG-Museum is located in a part of the historically protected Ausbesserungswerk at Ständlerstraße 20 in Ramersdorf. It was opened on 28 October 2007. The museum is open to the public two Sundays each month.
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  • We have been there yesterday with our kids and some friends. To be honest place is not bad, but compared to the transport devision part if Deutsches Museum really poor. Also the way they organized...  more »
  • Although the museum is only open 2 Sundays per month (and not at all in August), it is recommended to visit if you can. It is not just for the transport enthusiasts, but for all the family with...  more »
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  • Best place to visit with kids, specially if it is raining outside. The staff is super friendly and there are smiles everywhere. You can go inside old trams and buses and also ask questions and read about the history. They also have a small play area with wooden and electric train tracks and trains. Also have a small cafe. It is not open every weekend so better check the website before going.
  • Great place for little children inside men and by theyself... and by the way absolutely not expensive

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