German Historical MuseumR1 R7 Why does a museum collect old things? What do these objects tell us about how people used to live? How are they kept safe? We're off on a journey of discovery through the 18th and 19th centuries and take another look at original exhibits. For accompanied children aged 5-7.
Archenhold Observatory BerlinR8 Under the direction of museum workers, visitors can build a functioning telescope.
Archenhold Observatory BerlinR8 Please bring an empty, clean 1.5 litre PET plastic bottle and you will be shown how to refunction it into a water rocket.
GemäldegalerieR1 R3 R4 R5 Opening words from the museum director Prof. Bernd Lindemann
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 The lyricist Sabine Scho and the graphic artist Andreas Töpfer will make humankind's twelve senses audible and visible.
Bröhan-MuseumR3 Strange exhibits have found their way into the Bröhan Museum. Spot the mistakes!
18:00-18:30, 18:45-19:15, 19:30-20:00, 20:15-20:45
Archenhold Observatory BerlinR8 Entertaining astronomy for children aged 7-10
Game Science Center BerlinR4 R7 The founders of the Game Science Center welcome you in and introduce you to their futuristic museum. An interesting story about founding a museum as an independent start-up and the challenges of making technology accessible to everyone.
KupferstichkabinettR1 R3 R4 R5 Museum director Prof. Heinrich Schulze Altcappenberg welcomes visitors and leads them through the summer exhibition "Gone to the Dogs!"
19:00-19:15, 20:00-20:15, 21:00-21:15, 22:00-22:15, 23:00-23:15
German Historical MuseumR1 R7 The early years of the women's movement
20:00-20:30, 21:00-21:30, 00:00-00:30
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 In numerous fairy tales, myths and legends the wolf appears as a figure of horror, in animal fables as a comic figure or even positively as a protector and provider for human children. Cathrin Alisch (vocals, viola) undertakes a foray into international wolf literature. At midnight, it will get eery with stories of werewolves.