I really had high hopes for the Museum, having not been to it for decades. We purchased our tickets online through the City Go website and used the App, which greatly sped up getting in. Elven though we got their about an hour after it opened the U-Boat tours were already all sold out, so I recommend locking that in early if you want to take it.
The U-Boat, one of the few intact ones left in the world, is breathtaking. The boys and I in particular visited it twice, although the the rest of the family also enjoyed their one visit to the U-Boat wing. There is a lot of history to take in.
We also did the Lego Brick exhibit which featured huge lego constructions of many famous things like the Golden Gate bridge, Hoover Dam, The International Space Station, etc. Awesome feats of creativity and skill using 10,000s of Legos.
The food court was more reasonably priced than I expected and I didn't feel gouged, other than for the drink prices. The lines at least moved quickly and we found a table without too much scrambling.
I don't enjoy saying it, but the rest of the museum was rather underwhelming. Everything is well maintained, and definitely geared for all ages, but many of the exhibits kind of left me scratching my head thinking "what are they trying to do here". A lot of it also felt kind of dated as far as technology goes. It felt very 70s and 80s but not in a retro-nostalgia kind of way. I think the place needs a major updating, just be sure to keep the U-Boat, which i have no doubt they will.
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