Explore the world of communication together with us!
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Every first Tuesday in month · 12.30pm · 30 minutes · Museum admission ·
On the first Tuesday of each month, the museum invites visitors to take a short 30-minute tour of the museum, starting at 12.30pm. Here, you can explore exhibits and stories (even in your lunch break!) and join us afterwards for a chat in the “TINTO – tapas y vino” restaurant.
Every last Sunday in the month · 2pm · Museum admission ·
What is communication? An overview of a multifaceted subject crucial to us all
The way we communicate messages and news has many different aspects – speaking and listening, seeing and showing, writing and reading, either directly or conveyed by diverse media. Discover the ways people have communicated since the earliest times – face-to-face or over ever larger distances and at ever greater speed around the globe. Trace these developments from the distant past right up to modern networks and the skills needed to email, twitter and post in today’s digital world. In this overview tour, these developments are illustrated by impressive objects, the stories they tell, and interactive stations where you can put your own skills to the test.
Every last Sunday in the month · 3.15pm · 30 minutes · Museum admission ·
Focus on Ancient Egypt: Explore a remarkable exhibit with us!
A team led by Egyptologist Wolfgang Wettengel has reconstructed the tomb of the Ancient Egyptian artisan Sennedjem in the museum. The original tomb is located in the Valley of the Kings near Luxor. Richly decorated with images and hieroglyphs, Sennedjem’s tomb offers a remarkable insight into the ideas of life after death in Ancient Egypt. As a fascinating addition to our writing displays, the tomb and an original papyrus impressively illustrate how religious ideas were transmitted in Ancient Egypt.
Tours arranged with the DGPT
These tours, organised in cooperation with the German society for postal and telecommunications history (DGPT), are led by former telecommunications engineer Rainer Eck.