German Steam Train and Model Railway Museum in Tuttlingen close to Lake Constance

German Steam Train and Model Railway Museum

Tuttlingen, Germany

The 4-hectar open-air site features 26 original steam locomotives and numerous exhibits from the steam train era. You can visit the former 1933 engine shed with all its original fittings, administration buildings, 7-track round-house, operational 21-meter turntable and the preserved coaling stations. The model railway exhibits are not open to the public at present.

Current weather Western Lake Constance

today
22°
23°
slightly cloudy
amount of rainfall
1.1 l/m²
hours of sunshine
10h 24min
tomorrow
19°
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13°
the day after tomorrow
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Opening hours

1st May–3rd October
Sun and public holidays 10 am5 pm
last entrance 4:30 pm 

Recommended time
120 Minutes
Price
Contact address

Deutsches Dampflok- und Modelleisenbahnmuseum
Bahnbetriebswerk
78532 Tuttlingen
Germany

Tel.: +49 7461 9116827
info@bahnbetriebswerk-tuttlingen.de
bahnbetriebswerk-tuttlingen.de
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