From mending plant to museum site

DB Museum of Koblenz

The DB Museum of Koblenz was opened on 21 April 2001 as the first external location of the DB Museum of Nuremberg.

The vehicle collection includes around 40 historic locomotives and 50 passenger and freight cars. At the DB Museum of Koblenz, visitors can experience the history of the railway in Germany in a hands-on museum.

Through accompanying exhibitions and interactive attractions, such as a train simulator, visitors can learn about the world of railways and become active themselves.

The DB Museum of Koblenz is housed in the former freight car repair works in the Lützel district. Freight wagons were repaired in the wagon hall until 1995. Today, it houses the oldest vehicles of the DB Museum of Koblenz and other exhibits are displayed on the open-air grounds. 

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