Technik Museum Speyer
Liller Halle from the Boeing 747
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The museum was opened in 1991 as a sister museum of the Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim and is run by a registered alliance called "Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim e.V.". As of 2004[update], it has more than 2,000 exhibits and an exhibition area of more than 150,000 m² (indoors and outdoors). It pulls more than half a million visitors per year. In addition to the exhibitions, the museum also sports a 22 m x 27 m giant IMAX Dome theatre.
- Fire engines
- Mechanical organs
- Vintage cars
- Military aircraft
- Maritime museum
- Miniature model museum
- Wilhelmsbau: a separate building which shows rare objects including historic fashion, weapons, jewels, dolls, toys, uniforms, and automatic musical instruments.
- Musikautomaten im Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim bzw. Musikautomaten, Moden und Uniformen im Technik Museum Speyer: 192 p, two Languages: German and English; ISBN 3-9809437-4-7
- Heinz Elser, Margrit Elser-Haft, Vladim Lukashevich: Buran - History and Transportation of the Russian Space shuttle OK-GLI to the Technik Museum Speyer, two Languages: German and Englisch, 2008, ISBN 3-9809437-7-1
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