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Just as I expected to see, I travelled long way just to see it.though i hoped to see the IS-1 and IS-2 , but they were not there, but most of the other famous ww2 tanks and armored vehicles are there including Tiger1-E, Tiger2 and...More
My son who is interested of military history absolutely loved to visit here. There are so many tanks to see in many halls. They also have weaponry, uniforms and other curiosities on display. The Staff was friendly and there is also a small museum shop...More
This museum is great. Such a massive collection of tanks and warfare-related artifacts from WWI through the present! And all very well put-together and informative. Definitely a must-see for anybody interested in military vehicles.
About a three hour visit. For english visitors especially ask for an audio guide, they are not offered, you need photo I.d. ie drivers licence and are in german or english. Whilst most specifications are in english much of the exhibition is not, so they...More
We did a family visit 24 October this year. DPM being a real must must-have, as we have been to Saumur MDB in France twice, Bovington TTM as many times and various others such as Duxford's excellent Tank based displays (..well kept secret!).
This was my friend's favorite museum in Germany and his second visit. While this is not exactly my cup of tea, I actually enjoyed myself. Interesting photo opportunities. Great collection of tanks from different countries and engagements. Very well laid out and fine gift shop.
Visit this museum at weekend. We spend here few hours. They have good collection of tanks from different years and countries. The tanks descriptions are in german and english language. And they give discount for students.
Very comprehensive collection of German AFV's in a well laid-out and informative setting. Highlights of our visit were the plastic Tiger replica (as we couldn't tell the difference from the others), a Sherman, the Hetzer and a well-used Universal Carrier (yes, it is a tank...)....More
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The museum is definitely worth the trip, Roy D's advice is spot on. That would be too long of a drive back and forth. The town names can be confusing in several European countries. When I am doing my research for my... More
The museum is definitely worth the trip, Roy D's advice is spot on. That would be too long of a drive back and forth. The town names can be confusing in several European countries. When I am doing my research for my travel itinerary spreadsheets, I always include not only the town name but also the area or section of the country (similar to our states and counties). We also calculate the time it takes to drive between each location. It makes inputting the correct info into the GPS much easier.