A total of about 25 historic trams, buses and working vehicles from different eras await interested visitors on more than 5,000 square meters. Billboards with photographs and texts provide information on manufacturers, technical data and "summaries of exhibits". In addition, various subject areas such as city history, traffic development, brief technical history, uniforms and accessories, signs and advertisements, signals, cars, tools and control center functions for buses and trams are clearly shown.
A small bistro area is available to visitors in the entrance area for refreshment after a tour of the museum. Interested parties will also receive a selection of fan articles and mementos such as car models, books, videos, and the like.
I was again on the road in Munich and drove a little through the subway with the camera on. This video shows some impressions of the train stations Max-Weber Platz, Odeonsplatz, Münchner Freiheit, Klinikum Großhadern and Nordfriedhof, as well as trips in the C1 and C2 series.