The NUSSLI Team has already commenced with the planning. By the end of summer 2018, NUSSLI will complete the renovation of the exhibition so that the new permanent collection can be inaugurated in fall 2018. With the new exhibition, the museum built in 1930 will become a place to take in a wide range of impressive experiences on a variety of levels by simultaneously unifying innovative and traditional modes of presentation.
With the new exhibition, the DBM is taking on the challenge of presenting its own research content and findings in a manner that is exciting, educational, and informative and appealing to the diverse target groups with various offerings.
The German Mining Museum in Bochum is one of eight German research museums in the Leibniz Association. It researches and informs about the history of how geological resources are extracted, processed, and used across various time periods. The museum's areas of research include: Archaeological metallurgy, history of mining, materials science, mining archaeology, and the documentation center for mining history.