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Deutsches Röntgen-Museum

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Sushrut wrote a review Dec 2018
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Had a great time exploring the museum. Its in a small town called Lennep which itself is very beautiful & peaceful
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Date of experience: November 2018
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alistabile wrote a review Oct 2017
Nashville, Tennessee4 contributions1 helpful vote
Closed on Mondays, this Rontgen Museum gives the full history of the discovery of X Rays and the man behind it all. This is a "hands on" museum so it is appropriate for those who wants to see/learn everything and those who simply want to pass through. They offer hand held audio guides in English and German so you can go at your own pace. Is there anyone alive who hasn't had an x ray taken ever? This invention affects all of mankind and this is a wonderful way to learn more when in Lennep, Germany.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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jerkate07 wrote a review Dec 2015
Germany134 contributions53 helpful votes
I came through this muesem with some coworkers (we all work in the Radiology field). I was amazed at how interesting it was. Even my children had a great time. It was great to see the history radiation and x-rays. Everyone was friendly there.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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EDWARD E wrote a review Oct 2015
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This museum is only part of a floor in a university building, but it tells the history of and explains the personality and lifestyle of the man who discovered x-rays and reinvented the way physicians understand anatomy. It is about 30 minutes to go through his life story and to see different iterations of his first machines but he had an interesting life and it is worth your time to go visit.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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