18:00-18:30, 18:30-19:00, 19:00-19:30, 19:30-20:00, 20:00-20:30, 20:30-21:00, 21:00-21:30, 21:30-22:00, 22:00-22:30, 22:30-23:00, 23:00-23:30, 23:30-00:00, 00:00-00:30, 00:30-01:00, 01:00-01:30, 01:30-02:00
Grand National Mother Lodge „To the 3 globes“R3 Every half hour – on the hour and at half past – the Masonic Temple opens its doors.
Embassy of MongoliaR9 Traditional Mongolian specialties - Buuds, Aarul, Airag and more.
Jüdisches Museum BerlinR4 In three different tents the eye witnesses father, son and sheep report from different perspectives about a heady incident. Time for the detectives to get to work: What actually happened on Mount Moriah?
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Take a look at amber under the magnifying glass, sand down your own piece of amber and take it with you as a memento.
Mori Ôgai Memorial SiteR5 Ayatori, a form of cat's cradle for one or two hands, is one of Japan's most popular children’s games. Yumi Okuyama shows what formations can be created with a cord loop and which are especially well-known in her home country.
18:30-18:45, 20:30-20:45, 22:30-22:45, 00:30-00:45
Camaro HausR1 R3 R4 R5 The tour offers fascinating insights into the exhibition “In the Reeds”, which shows large-format, summery images by Alexander Camaro. Focusing on the friendship between Camaro and the author Unica Zürn, the tour brings to life the surrealist-inspired post-war years in Berlin.
Berlin Planetarium and Wilhelm Foerster ObservatoryR6 Dive into a fascinating world with the help of 360° video technology and become part of the story – no 3D glasses involved!
19:00-19:30, 21:00-21:30, 23:00-23:30, 01:00-01:30
asisi Panorama BerlinR4 R7 For the Berlin Wall panorama, 900m² of fabric was sewn with 2900m of thread. How do you hang up and tauten 300kg of fabric inside a building? Our architect Nick tells the story of how the panoramas are created. Questions are expressly welcomed!
Berlin Wall MemorialR5 The Chapel, constructed with a packed earth technique, is exceptional not only in architectural terms: it was built on the former border zone of the Berlin Wall, on the site of the former Church of Reconciliation, before this was demolished under orders from the GDR government in 1985. The priest Thomas Jeutner and the chairman of the church's advisory board, Rainer Just, provide insights into the unique construction history of the chapel.
BlackBox Kalter KriegR4 R7 Young museum employees answer your questions.
20:00-20:30, 21:00-21:30, 22:00-22:30, 23:00-23:30
Jüdisches Museum BerlinR4 Rabbis, imams and pastors take a tour through the current special exhibition “Obedience”, discussing the meaning of angels, devils and sheep in Christianity, Judaism and Islam.
Berlin Planetarium and Wilhelm Foerster ObservatoryR6 In the International Year of Light, experience how lasers can create spacial effects and paint pictures.
Ephraim-PalaisR1 R2 Jan Mende explains how 1920s Berlin moved ever faster, why the horse-drawn cab died out and how a new speed record came to be made at the Avus motorway in Berlin.
Bertelsmann Unter den Linden 1R1 R7 Paul Bolowski is back – with his quiet, respected power: two dozen captivating, biting stories from the life of a Polish immigrant child.
21:00-21:30, 22:00-22:30, 23:00-23:30
Berlinische GalerieR4 The architect Frank Seehausen and the architectural historian Alexander Hoff guide visitors through the special exhibition “Radically Modern”. They show the extent to which town planning in the 1960s was influenced by political ideology and explain the characteristics of the architecture of this time, which shapes the Berlin city landscape to this day.
Museum of StillnessR5 The relaxation levels of visitors will be captured through electroencephalography (brain wave measurement) and visualised for other visitors to see. In cooperation with Thorsten O. Zander from the Berlin Institute of Technology.
Museum der Unerhörten Dingeor About the cat fight