Haigerloch. The site where the last German experiments on nuclear fission were conducted
during World War II.
Havixbeck, Münster. Sandstone farm house. (In German and English.)
Castle and Museum,
Saxony. See Everyday Life
in OfLag IV C exhibition of watercolours by William Faithfull Anderson.
Museum, Munich. Science and technology. Includes an Aircraft Museum and links to other museums in Germany and
elsewhere. (Also in German.)
- German Historical Museum,
Berlin. Includes links to other German museums.
(In German and English.)
- National Museum for Post War
History, Bonn. Contemporary history from the end of World War II. (In German, in
Landesmuseum Darmstadt. One of the oldest public museums in Germany. Includes art,
crafts and natural history. (In German.)
- Planetarium im Forum der
- Porsche Museum,
from Patch American High School, Stuttgart. See also Mercedes Benz.
- Reiff II Museum,
Aachen. Realized Electronically Illustrated Fast Frame Interactive Information. (Mostly in
German.) Artists may submit electronic artworks for possible inclusion at the reception.
Open-Air Museum, Hechingen-Stein. A Roman Villa dating from the 1st to 3rd Century
AD. (Also in German.)
National Museum / German Literature Archive. (In German.)
Natural History Museum, Frankfurt.
(former SiemensMuseum), Munich. Exhibitions on electrical engineering and
microelectronics. (Also in
Kunsthalle Mannheim. See Turner exhibition.
- Museums in Germany.
in Germany from Berlin.
museums list. (In German.)
museums. (In German.)
- Kulture Online.
Deutschland information. (In German.)