On a total of four floors, the history of communication is presented as a story to marvel at and experience, to touch and grasp, to reflect upon and remember. Changing exhibitions on the topic of communication as well as active museum education round off the offer.
In the basement of the museum building, the history, present and future of communication are re-explored and staged on 2,500 square meters. In a time of accelerated technological change, we are experiencing more clearly than ever before how media and technology are changing the way people live together and perceive each other. They shape our perception of space and time, how we remember, what we know, how we organize our everyday lives and shape our social relationships.