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.
German Historical MuseumR1 R7 Short Guided Tour in French
Humboldt-BoxR1 R7 The Humboldt Lab Dahlem invites you to join a taster tour on the journey of knowledge. Three original Chinese rickshaws will take you on a short tour (approx 15 mins) between the Humboldt Forum and the Museum Island. The price is included in your Long Night ticket!
German Historical MuseumR1 R7 Guided tour for the blind and partially sighted
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
Gaslicht-Kultur e.V. – RundfahrtR3 For the Long Night of Museums visitors can take a tour on the top deck of a double-decker bus and discover interesting facts about the history and current state of Berlin’s gas-lit scenery. Where can you still find gas lamps in Berlin? What different types are there? How do modern gas lamps work?
German Historical MuseumR1 R7 Guided Tour in French