Everyone who wears glasses knows Zeiss, so when you pass by this optical museum, you must come and see it. It is located at the end of Carl Zeiss Street in Jena. It is not very inconspicuous, but the exhibits inside are very amazing. A comprehensive display of the results of the cooperation between Carl Zeiss, physicist Ernst Carl Abbe, and glass technology expert Otto Schott, the museum displays a large number of exhibits, from electron microscopes, stereo microscopes and reflecting telescopes. This museum displays one of the largest collections of glasses in Europe, as well as binoculars, microscopes, photographic equipment from various periods from the darkroom to digital cameras, and many other exhibits. From reading glasses to cosmic telescopes, people can see almost everything related to optics here.
The most famous thing in Jena is the university. Basically, this is a university town, but there is also another thing that is proud of it, that is, optical lenses. Zeiss, one of the two most famous lens manufacturers in the world, is here. take. So from the Optical Museum in Jena, you can see the entire history of the lens.