The museum has a wonderful collection of items related to technology from small cameras to aircraft engines including tv's, radios, video games, automobile, genius music instruments, computers and much more. Visitors can see the theories behind these devices and then have a look at how the older items looked like and they were developed to how they look like now.... 更多
The museum itself it's great but if you speak any other language but Czech or semi-German, well my friend ... you are lost.There is no English info (For most of the exponents) and also there are only a few 'do not touch ' or 'do not enter' signs so you have the opportunity to be surprised by a museum employee... 更多
Quite cheap ticket. Bunch of machines, motors can be seen in motion and disassemlied to understand their way of working. Museum staff starts up several machines and explains how they are working - unfortunatelly only in Czech language. Food and coffee only from vending machines.
There are many things that can spark an interest of a 4 year old boy and some interesting things to see for adults as well. Major highlights for 4 year old: - you can sit on a motorbike a have fan blow some wind into your hairs - old wired phones you can use Major highlights for all of us:... 更多
While many of the sign ages were in the Republic, I guess the language of technology, innovation and longing are universal. Only different brands. The era Soviet technology shows us proud and made us wonder, how do they do and do things in those days. A must for all geeks. Great place to visit. Especially good if you have kids,... 更多
While many of the signages were in Czech, I guess the language of technology, innovation and nostalgia are universal. Just different brands. The Soviet era technology were proudly displayed and made us wonder, how did they do it and get things done in those days. A must visit for all geeks.
It's a very nice exhibition, not too big, has a wide range of things to show. But most of any visitors time will be spent in the floor where you can try stuff" and "play", tat part is very entertaining and fun.
I definitely recommend to visit this museum. Though i'm not interested so much in techiques i found it very exciting, there a lot of interesting exhibitions you will enjoy, ancient musical instruments you can hear the sound of if you ask a staff worker to do it for you.