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Tank Museum Panzermuseum Munster in Lower Saxony

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The Tank Museum Panzermuseum Munster is definitely one of the more unusual/curious museums I have visited so far. As the name suggests, the museum in Munster near Soltau in Lower Saxony is an exhibition of tanks. In fact, almost nothing else, but tanks, here and there flak and military equipment and even more tanks, in several halls. As a visitor, you learn a lot from the emergence of the first armored vehicles, their construction and testing, to today’s tanks and military vehicles such as today’s Bundeswehr drones. The latter exhibited only in miniature, as well as insights into the field accommodation of the forces sent out.

The Munster Tank Museum is less a war glorifying museum, but rather a neutral for the representation of tanks. Many tanks, on over 10,000 square meters of exhibition space. In the museum exhibition are mainly battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, flak tanks, assault guns, armored reconnaissance vehicles and tank artillery.
During my visit to the Panzermuseum Munster, still during the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, the museum was well visited in summer. Especially by families with children of kindergarten or primary school age. A truly abstruse sight to watch, when parents place their little girls, with dolls in hand, in front of tanks to shoot a nice vacation memory picture. Nevertheless, the museum is interesting and recommendable, for example, if you are just passing through on the Autobahn between Hanover and Hamburg.

Address Tank Museum Panzermuseum Munster: Hans-Krüger-Str. 33 in 29633 Munster (Örtze)
Opening hours: depending on the season daily or Tuesday to Sunday, 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
Entrance fees: Adults 8 euros, children 6-13 years or reduced admission 4 euros.
Website: daspanzermuseum.de
Social media: Instagram @daspanzermuseum

Pictures of my visit to Panzermuseum Tank Museum Munster

 

Russian helmet model Adrian

Russian helmet model Adrian

Sturmpanzerwagen A7V - the very first German tank

Sturmpanzerwagen A7V – the very first German tank

Schupo-Sonderwagen Daimler DZVR 21

Schupo-Sonderwagen Daimler DZVR 21

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Light combat vehicle - Leichter Kampfwagen

Light combat vehicle – Leichter Kampfwagen

Armor Tank equipment

Armor Tank equipment

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Wilde Sau - Armored fighting vehicle - Panzerkampfwagen

Wilde Sau – Armored fighting vehicle – Panzerkampfwagen

one of the many exhibition halls in the tank museum Munster in Lower Saxony, Northern Germany

one of the many exhibition halls in the tank museum Munster in Lower Saxony, Northern Germany

Volkswagen bucket car - passenger car Volkswagen type 82

Volkswagen bucket car – passenger car Volkswagen type 82

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Tank Museum Panzermuseum Munster Blog JoyDellaVita

Tank Museum Panzermuseum Munster Blog JoyDellaVita

Tank Museum Panzermuseum Munster Blog JoyDellaVita

Auto Union / DKW Munga 4 Typ F91/4 0,25t

Auto Union / DKW Munga 4 Typ F91/4 0,25t

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M 48 bridge laying tank - Brückenlegepanzer M 48

M 48 bridge laying tank – Brückenlegepanzer M 48

Field camp of the German Armed Forces in action - Feldlager der deutschen Bundeswehr im Einsatz

Field camp of the German Armed Forces in action

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3 comments

Sherren 10 - September - 2021 - 6:08 AM

Great post and right to the point. Thanks 🙂

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Michelle B 7 - September - 2021 - 3:10 AM

God bless you!

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Lisa 7 - September - 2021 - 9:45 AM

Thanks, Michelle, you, too!

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