Level 1 (1st and 2nd grade)
Topic booklet “Inventors”

Level 2 (3rd and 4th grade)
Topic booklet “Inventors & Motorsport”
Topic booklet “Inventors and Safety”

Level 3 (5th and 6th grade)
Topic booklet “Inventors & Motorsport”
Topic booklet “Inventors and Safety”

Level 4 (7th and 8th grade)
Topic booklet “Inventors and Drive Systems”

At the beginning of the visit, the groups receive a personal welcome with film and a brief introduction to the handling of the suitcase in our “CAMPUS” area for children and students.

A comprehensive guideline on the suitcases provides the accompanying persons with suggestions so that they can individually design the journey through the exhibition for the groups. The guidelines include explanatory and playful texts, search tasks, questions and game suggestions.

In addition, both suitcases contain a small surprise for the children to take home. The use of the museum suitcase is free of charge after registration.

Museum case “Listen. Feel. Marvel” for children from 2 to 4 years of age

The contents of the accompanying booklet and suitcase encourage young visitors in their linguistic development through verses and tactile materials.

The case contains, for example, Mercedes stars, a matching game and models of the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL. Surprise included.

Museum case “Round. Square. Colorful” for children from 5 to 7 years of age

With numerous tasks, puzzles, exciting or funny stories, children learn about the museum in a playful way. They can find out a lot about the vehicles, exhibits and their inventors. From the museum case, for example, Mercedes stars, painting templates but also a tactile model of the first "Silver Arrow" racing car with the traces of the sanding work on the white paint can be used. Surprise inklusvie.

Rocket car - How can cars be powered?

The children can find out in a playful way in this workshop. With a self-made car powered by a balloon, they learn about the principle of thrust - the recoil principle. With small experiments, they explore the driving behavior of their little car.

For students in grades 1 and 2.

Encryption - How does encrypted communication work?

In the "Encryption" workshop, the children learn basic principles of encryption and practice various encryption techniques. They learn how data and messages can only be read by the right recipient with the help of encryption.

For students in grades 3 and 4.

Electric motor - How does an electric motor work?

In the "Electric Motor" workshop, the children and young people deal with electric forms of propulsion. By building an electric motor model, participants learn all about how electric vehicles work.

For students in grades 5 to 7.