The exhibition building of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern State Technical Museum presents the fascinating world of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern's technical and industrial history on an area of around 3,500 square meters and is divided according to the elements FIRE, WATER, AIR and EARTH.
phanTECHNIKUM Wismar - Fantastic ideas from technology and nature. phanTECHNIKUM, the technology experience center in the Hanseatic City of Wismar, opened its doors in 2012. Exciting objects, models and experiment stations to touch and participate in await discovery.
Did you know that Mecklenburg-Vorpommern can point to an extraordinary steam power pioneer? Ernst Alban, a native of Neubrandenburg, was one of the first in the world to develop and build high-pressure steam engines in the mid-19th century. Or did you know that the Fokker DR I, the famous fighter plane from World War I, was manufactured in the State capital Schwerin? At phanTECHNIKUM, you can see a 1:1 model of the triplane. At numerous experiment stations, such as the giant soap bubble, the propeller carousel or the flow channel, technology for young and old is presented in a clear, understandable and interactive way. Immerse yourself in an exciting world of technology and innovations from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Adults (including pensioners): 10 €
Children (6 -17 years) and reduced: 6 €
Children under 6 years: Admission free!
Families: 18 €
- Three marked parking spaces are available for people with disabilities (parking space size: 350 cm x 500 cm; distance to the entrance approx. 25 m).
- From the parking lot and the public transport bus stop "Tierpark" of line 1, you can reach the entrance via a path that is easy to walk and drive on.
- Access to the museum is step-free (door threshold 2 cm high).
- All rooms that can be used by guests and are raised are accessible at ground level, via the elevator or via a ramp.
- The elevator car is 210 cm x 160 cm.
- On the top floor, there is a 5 m long and 167 cm wide ramp with a 6% incline between the elevator and the function room.
- All passageways and doors are at least 90 cm wide.
- The height of the ticket and information counter is 101 cm at the lowest point. There is an alternative communication option in a seated position.
- The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are mainly visible while standing or sitting. Information about the exhibits is presented in writing, some in plain language, and in a photo-realistic manner. Information is not available in Braille or prismatic writing.
- Aids offered: Wheelchair
- Tours are offered for people with walking disabilities, wheelchair users, people with visual impairments, blind people, and people with cognitive impairments. The entire tour route is accessible to wheelchair users without steps. Advance reservation is requested.
- There are no tours for people with hearing disabilities and deaf people.
- Public restrooms for people with disabilities are available.
- There is no inductive hearing system.
- Assistance dogs are welcome.