German Historical MuseumR1 R7 Together with Alexander von Humboldt, we're off on a search through the permanent exhibition for things that tell us about the lives of the Humboldt brothers. The natural scientist Alexander discovered faraway lands, exotic animals and climbed what was then the highest known mountain in the world. The Prussian minister Wilhelm transformed the education system 200 years ago. At the end is a short quiz. For children aged 8-12.
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.
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.
18:00-18:45, 19:00-19:45, 20:00-20:45
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 With 15 million objects in the entomological collection, digitalisation could take ages. The special scanner Sat Scan allows whole insect cabinets to be documented.
Archenhold Observatory BerlinR8 Documentary about the work of the European Southern Observatory (ESO)
Domäne DahlemR6 We're investigating what happens in farming when it gets dark, and how plants and animals prepare themselves for the night.
Domäne DahlemR6 Why do hens roost at night? During a visit to the hen stall you can touch a hen, watch them feed and see how hens make themselves comfortable at night.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Would you like to help preserve our valuable insect collection for the future? Find out more about adopting a personal sponsorship for an insect cabinet from our collection.
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.
Science Center BerlinR1 R5 Meet people who master everyday life with a prosthetic limb and try out one of our demonstration exhibits to see how they work.
18:00-19:00, 20:00-21:00, 22:00-23:00, 00:00-01:00
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Insights into the zoological taxidermy workshop
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 How does the internet change how we see natural history objects and how can natural history museums use the internet to present their collections? We show how insects can be captured digitally in high resolution to make the wonderful world of these little critters visible.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 A game of discovery for children in the exhibitions
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Keep an eye out for our museum educators! They have amazing things to tell you about different exhibits.
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.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Mountain crystal, calcite, dolomite or azurite – find your own collection piece to take with you.
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.
Archenhold Observatory BerlinR8 Demonstration of a counting telescope and space radiation in a suppression chamber
Berlin Planetarium and Wilhelm Foerster ObservatoryR6 What can we see at the moment in the Berlin sky? What are those points of light?
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!
18:00-18:30, 19:00-19:30, 20:00-20:30, 21:00-21:30, 22:00-22:30, 23:00-23:30
Vivantes - Ausstellung »totgeschwiegen«The exhibition documents the forced sterilisation and murder of mentally ill patients that took place in this and other clinics between 1934 and 1945.Between 6pm and 12am there is a free, wheelchair accessible shuttle bus between the U-Bahn station Kurt-Schumacher-Platz and the clinic.