Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Keep an eye out for our museum educators! They have amazing things to tell you about different exhibits.
Anti-War MuseumThe permanent exhibition shows objects, reports and photos from both World Wars. The photographic exhibition “Never Again Hiroshima” advocates a world without nuclear weapons. The artistic project “WAR/R AW – Broken Faces” by Tonie van Marle remembers the people who returned from the First World War with disfigured faces and were rejected by society. Tommy Spree and the voluntary museum workers answer questions, show films and guide visitors through the underground bomb shelter.
Berlin U-Bahn MuseumIn the Berlin U-Bahn Museum you can touch almost everything. Give the signals in the hand gear signal box, which was the largest in Europe when it first started operations in 1931. Operate the driver's control panel and call through the announcement „Please mind the gap!“ Volunteers will answer all your questions and at the ticket stand you can get your hands on vintage tickets. For the Long Night, a special historic train will take passengers between the U-Bahn stations Wittenbergplatz and Ruhleben. The first departure from Wittenbergplatz will be at 5:21pm, the last departure from Ruhleben at 12:40am.
Berlin Fire Brigade MuseumBerlin fire fighters take visitors through the exhibition and talk about the dangers of working in the relief units then and now. They're happy to answer your questions! A special exhibition on emergency respiratory protection shows how fire fighters save their colleagues in emergencies. In the museum cinema, the new film “State of Emergency for the Berlin Fire Brigade” will be shown. At the end there'll be fresh popcorn.
Police Historical CollectionR4 Get an idea of how police officers work in the police headquarters! Officers from different departments are ready to answer your questions. Hear about Ernst Gennat, who in 1926 established the first homicide commission in the world and convicted numerous serial murderers. Let the portraitist capture your likeness. In the foyer of the police headquarters the Berlin police's former motorbike sport group greets you. And we'll also cater to your refreshment needs.
Berlin Hemp MuseumR1 R2 The Hanfparade (Hemp Parade) has taken place annually in Berlin since 1997 and is the largest demonstration for the legalisation of cannabis as a raw material, medicine and stimulant. For the Long Night of Museums we are opening the anniversary year "20 Years of the Hemp Parade" and hand the stage over to historical witnesses and fellow travellers. The amply illustrated special exhibition will be supplemented by an acoustic journey through two centuries of legalisation work. The museum cafe also tempts with hemp delicacies.
Zille MuseumR1 R2 Take a look around the Zille Museum and be ready for a few little surprise performances!
Ibero-Amerikanisches InstitutR1 R3 R4 R5 The film reflects on the experiences of a new generation of immigrants in Argentina, whose lives revolve around the world of the La Salada market. Director: Juan Martin Hsu, Argentina 2013, 92 mins, Spanish/Korean/Mandarin/Quechua, with English subtitles
19:00-19:30, 20:30-21:00, 22:00-22:30, 23:30-00:00, 01:00-01:30
Schloss CharlottenburgR3 Sophie Charlotte (1668-1705), the bright and worldly wife of Prussian King Frederick I, loved music and philosophy. Following her early death, her muse residence Lietzenburg was renamed Charlottenburg. Palace director Rudolf G. Scharmann guides visitors through the grand rooms of the first Prussian queen.
MocTA - Museum of contemporary TrashArtR1 R2 The art dealer Christina Friedmann on the works in MocTA
The Wall MuseumR4 R7 We're showing Billy Wilder's famous Comedy “One, Two, Three” from 1961, Delbert Mann's fictional film about two families escaping over the Wall in a home-made hot air balloon (Mit dem Wind nach Westen, 1982) and other fictional and non-fiction films.