• There's nothing more exciting than technology
  • There's nothing more exciting than technology

Welcome to the TECHNOSEUM

The TECHNOSEUM is one of Germany’s leading museums of technology. Our permanent exhibition showcases 200 years of technological and social history, combining in-depth information with hands-on experiences. We invite all of our guests to join us on an interactive journey through time!

Museum map

Experience The “Feldbahn” Train Track

Visitors are invited to go on a roughly one kilometer ride through the Museum Park on the former “Torfbahn/Feldbahn,” a light field railway from 1961. These short rides will not take place if it is raining.

Admission Fees & Opening Hours

New opening hours from 2024!


Opening Hours

Tuesday to Sunday & public holidays
from 9 am to 5 pm

Admission Fees

Adults 12.00 euros
Reduced fee 9.00 euros
Admission is free for children up to the age of 6

Visit Planning Your Visit & Getting Here

What’s the best way to get to the museum? Is there free WiFi/WLAN at the exhibition? Is there an area where my children and I can take a quick break? Here you’ll find all the information you’ll need to plan and carry out your visit.


Experience Permanent Exhibition

Visitors to the TECHNOSEUM are invited to enter a space-time spiral that takes them through the history of industrialization from the 18th century to our present day. You can experience first-hand the working conditions faced by workers in previous centuries. At a total of nine demonstration stations, our technicians bring the past to life.


Museum Booking

Feel free to contact us if you’re interested in registering for a workshop or booking a tour. We will be happy to provide you with any information and guidance you might need!


Service Contact

Landesmuseum für Technik und Arbeit in Mannheim
Stiftung des öffentlichen Rechts
Museumsstr. 1
68165 Mannheim

+49 (0) 621 / 42 98-9



Are you doing research for an article on the history of the media? Are you writing a feature on a particular tech-related subject, such as the history of the vacuum cleaner or everyday life in the textile industry in the 19th century? Are you in need of a photograph of one of the items contained in our exhibitions? Or perhaps you’re interested in conducting an interview with one of our staff? For help with these and any other press-related matters, our press office would be happy to help.

Press Office