Museum in der KulturbrauereiWe're welcoming our visitors with a drink in the exhibition and drinking to the records. Welcome to Leipzig-Grünau! An exhibition visit with the feel of a private viewing.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Citizen Science refers to collaborations between voluntary and employed scientists. Different projects and groups introduce their activities and explain how interested citizens can actively participate in scientific research.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Enjoy a cool drink at the bar – in a unique setting!
Ibero-Amerikanisches InstitutR1 R3 R4 R5 Visitors can enjoy Latin American delicacies and drinks.
German Currywurst Museum BerlinR4 R7 Only for the Long Night of Museums we're offering the typical Berlin sausage with a special sauce. Come and try the cult snack in an exclusive variation.
Schloss CharlottenburgR3 In the Upper Oval Hall of the old palace, children and their parents can practice courtly dance steps.
Bode-MuseumR1 R7 A journey into the soundscape of the largest string instrument. Jaspar Libuda: double bass, loop station, composition
Bode-MuseumR1 R7 Looking at ancient clothing in the exhibition “ONE GOD”
Museum of Musical InstrumentsR1 R3 R4 R5 The horn quartet of the Hans Eisler School for Music plays works by Handel, Bizet, Wagner, Albeniz, Bozza and Turner.
20:00-20:45, 21:30-22:15, 23:00-23:45
Greek & Roman Plaster Cast CollectionR3 The current special exhibition displays the cork model of a luxurious estate in Roman Pompeii. How did a rich family live in those days in the provincial town, which rooms did Roman houses have and how were private and representative areas different?
Embassy of MongoliaR9 Wolfang Gramm, head curator of the International Art Exhibition NordArt and Bodibataar Jigjidsuren, curator of NordArt's Mongolian pavilion, discuss the contemporary art scene in Mongolia and the challenges of realizing international exhibition projects.
Deutsche Bank KunstHalleR1 R7 Marc Sabat: “is land a part” (2014) for double bass and computer, inspired by nine poems by Uljana Wolf
St. Matthäus-KircheR1 R3 R4 R5 The artist, who has lived in Berlin since 1994, talks to Anne-Catherine Jüdes from the St. Matthäus Foundation about her painting and her personal experiences with war and destruction.
Topography of TerrorR4 Prof. Andreas Nachama talks to Peter Jochen Winters, who won the 1965 German Journalists' Prize for his documentation of the Frankfurt Auschwitz trial.
Berlin Wall MemorialR5 Together with the Evangelical reconciliation parish, we remember the victims of the current borders of Europe – with sound collages, biographical reading, prayers, music and candles on the border zone.
Mori Ôgai Memorial SiteR5 Enjoy the history of the Mori-Ôgai-Gedenkstätte and the spiritus loci in the memorial rooms at night, recited by Beate Wonde.