The Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum is a museum in Sinsheim, Germany. The museum was opened in 1981. It has more than 3,000 exhibits and an exhibition area of more than 50,000 m² (indoors and outdoors).
Additionally to the exhibitions, the museum also sports a 22m x 27m giant IMAX 3D theatre.
In 2003, Air France donated one of its retiring Concorde airplanes to the museum. With a Tupolev Tu-144 on display since 2001, it is the only place where both supersonic passenger aircraft are shown.
Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum is linked to the Technik Museum Speyer.
The twenty closest neighbours in the database:
Heidelberg (Germany) (22 km), Schwetzingen (Germany) (27 km), Ladenburg (Germany) (31 km), Technik-Museum Speyer (32 km), Speyer (Germany) (34 km), Mannheim (Germany) (39 km), Karlsruhe (Germany) (43 km), Ludwigsburg (Germany) (45 km), Bad Dürkheim (Germany) (56 km), Darmstadt (Germany) (70 km), Aschaffenburg (Germany) (83 km), Frankfurt Airport (90 km), Alzenau (Germany) (93 km), Mainz (Germany) (94 km), Helicopter flight over Frankfurt (96 km), International Motor Show (IAA) (97 km), Würzburg (Germany) (97 km), Frankfurt (Germany) (97 km), Hanau (Germany) (98 km), Eberbach Abbey (106 km)