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Teltow Museum of Industry Kleinmachnow
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Teltow Museum of Industry

With development of the Teltow Canal in the early 20th century, the industrial boom started in the region Teltow-Stahnsdorf-Kleinmachnow. The Teltow Museum of Industry shows this industrial development. See historical exhibits, documents and wall charts about former companies and industrial facilities: porcelain fabrication, electrical engineering, telecommunication engineering, precision mechanics and automation, chemistry and biotechnology.

Gain insight into the research institute of the “Reichspost”, established since 1937. They had a major role in the development of television and communication engineering and done research in the range of military radar engineering and nuclear physics. The museum has a career guidance center. Students, parents and teachers get some current information about different occupational areas.

 

Contact

Industriemuseum Region Teltow e.V.
Meiereifeld 35
14532 Kleinmachnow

Phone: +49.33203.77686
Fax: +49.33203.860497

imt-museum(at)t-online.de
www.imt-museum.de


Opening Hours

Mon - Thu: 10 am to 15 pm
First Sunday of every month: 11 am to 5 pm

Groups by appointment only

Entry

entrance free