Domäne DahlemR6 The Long Night of Museums has its first a capella festival. Top Berlin choirs and ensembles create an rousing mix of museum, fine dining and pop/ jazz singing.
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.
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 of Musical InstrumentsR1 R3 R4 R5 Rolls of thunder and twittering birds, the wail of sirens and ringing of bells – Jörg Joachim Riehle plays on the Mighty Wurlitzer theatre organ.
Schwules Museum*R3 Book flea market in the library of the Schwules Museum*
18:00-18:30, 21:00-21:30, 23:00-23:30
Embassy of MongoliaR9 Hosoo & Transmongolia play on horse-head violins and impress with their traditional Mongolian throat singing.
Mori Ôgai Memorial SiteR5 What does your name in Japanese look like? Masko Iso will write it for you with an ink and brush. You can take the finished paper home with you.
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.
18:00-18:30, 19:30-20:00, 21:00-21:30, 22:30-23:00, 00:00-00:30
Ephraim-PalaisR1 R2 Fuchs von Zimmer play swing in English and German. The musicians from three nations actively seek out a connection to their audience.
Museum for Communication BerlinR4 R7 Darth Vader, his Storm Troopers and the infamous bounty hunter Boba Fett are landing tonight in the Communications Gallery.
Embassy of MongoliaR9 Try games like Shagai, a game of skill with sheep bones, in a Mongolian yurt and in the garden.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 The lyricist Sabine Scho and the graphic artist Andreas Töpfer will make humankind's twelve senses audible and visible.
Schloss CharlottenburgR3 In the Upper Oval Hall of the old palace, children and their parents can practice courtly dance steps.
18:30-18:50, 19:30-19:50, 20:30-20:50
BlackBox Kalter KriegR4 R7 Musical intermezzo
18:30-19:00, 20:30-21:00, 21:30-22:00, 23:00-00:00, 00:30-01:45
Ephraim-PalaisR1 R2 Lifestyle music from the 1920s with the city's best-known gramophone record DJ Stephan Wuthe. Who wants to dance?