The MACHmit! Museum for ChildrenFor the Long Night of Museums we are bringing Paul Klee's famous work The Twittering Machine to life! We're building a giant machine from all sorts of material that hisses, clanks and whirrs. The organist Thomas Noll will make the museum organ twitter and in the museum workshop you can create your own twittering pipe. There are also lots of other things to try out.
Berlinische GalerieR4 In the community garden in front of the Berlinische Galerie we're harvesting and celebrating! Garden and museum fans are invited over to prepare a green meal, sew and dye a tablecloth green, and gather on a long table to eat and chat.
Labyrinth Children's Museum BerlinWelcome to our workshop! We're making a very different type of caleidoscope. In the painting workshop with Japanese artist Mitsushiro Nagatani you can work with natural materials. In cooperation with the Art and Culture Institute for Children in Tokyo and Akane Katsuragawa.
asisi Panorama BerlinR4 R7 „I'm an 80s kid!“ „I've been looking for freedom“ - whatever your message, send it to all your and our Facebook friends! Upload your photo with the hashtag #Inberlin onto our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/asisi.berlin. Our team will help you capture the perfect photo! From all the participants we will randomly pick 2 winners, who will each receive 2 free tickets and an exhibition book. From all the new “likes” we will also pick five winners of surprise packages.
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.
Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für GestaltungR3 How did the Bauhaus group imagine life in the cities of the future? Inspired by the Bauhaus Collection and the special exhibition by Hélène Binet, visitors can sketch and plan their own models.
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.
Domäne DahlemR6 We're investigating what happens in farming when it gets dark, and how plants and animals prepare themselves for the night.
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Bode-MuseumR1 R7 Keep an eye out! What kind of Long Nighter are you? More of a curious explorer or a speedy sightseer? A dreamer or a lover of detail? We want you to join the conversation on the Long Night of Museums. Keep an eye out for more offers like this from 7pm-1am.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Our experts will identify the findings you bring along, whether its a bone from the woods, stones or fossils from the beach or an unusual insect from the windowsill.
Stasi Museum BerlinR2 Employees talk about the destruction of documents and the arduous reconstruction process. Interested visitors can put together the pieces of a file puzzle.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 A game of discovery for children in the exhibitions
Computer Games MuseumR2 Join a photo shooting with life-size video game stars from the collection of the Computer Games Museum! Bring your own photos from the 70s and 80s with game motifs for the special exhibition “Game Impact”. Then the photo pioneers will make a professional photo of you amongst the video game heroes for free. You can take a large copy away with you. You also have the chance to win an exclusive evening birthday party in the Computer Games Museum.
Bröhan-MuseumR3 Inspired by the exhibition “Kimono”, we're folding our own paper kimonos.
Deutsche Bank KunstHalleR1 R7 Get out your best pose: the photo booth offers some creative fun and a perfect souvenir!
Museum for Communication BerlinR4 R7 The artist Felix Bonowski's installation invites you to explore the behaviour of fluid crystalline networks and textures with your own body.
German Currywurst Museum BerlinR4 R7 Our quiz station will keep you entertained – embark on a voyage of discovery and learn exciting and curious facts about the Berlin's famous snack.
asisi Panorama BerlinR4 R7 How high was the wall? What is a “Mauerspecht”? Join in and win a small prize! Let yourself be transported back to 1980s Berlin and take a look over the border zone from West to East Berlin-Geschichte.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 An interactive installation on nocturnal insects
Archenhold Observatory BerlinR8 Observing astronomical objects with various telescopes
Berlin Planetarium and Wilhelm Foerster ObservatoryR6 In the observatory you can, with good weather, take a better look at the sky. One after another come the planet Saturn, the full moon and interesting entities in the late summer sky. Take the opportunity to ask our employees all your questions about space!