Energie-Museum BerlinR6 Bright arc lighting was already in use in the early 20th Century as indirect lighting for auditoria and factories. Its use for lighting streets is what got it noticed –all of a sudden arc lights bathed the streets in light at night, something that had never been seen before. In the Long Night of Museums we’ll be demonstrating an arc light for you.
Museum für Kommunikation BerlinR4 The queens of the Trash Deluxe trio captivate our atrium with their drag-burlesque-show.
Museum für Kommunikation BerlinR4 In the middle of the 19th century Berlin rose as an innovation and industrial metropolis. The city became a pioneer in the use of many new communication technologies. In 1888 there were already more telephone connections in Berlin than in the entire United States. A short journey through the history of communication.
German Currywurst Museum BerlinR4 Mascot Qwoo is our museum’s Currywurst Ambassador. The fluffy currywurst will be here again this year and is up for fun and posing with you in your funny photos.
Charlottenburg PalaceR3 R7 Enjoy concerts in the palace chapel of Baroque organ music by such composers as Dietrich Buxtehude, Nicolaus Bruhns and Johann Sebastian Bach.
Science Center SpectrumR1 R4 R5 A house that turns in on itself, confuses your senses and thoroughly tests your perception.
German Museum of Technology - LadestraßeR1 R4 R5 Berlin band the Grooving Harmonists bring our Man in Motion exhibition to life with vocals, percussion, saxophone and guitar.
Werkbund Archive – Museum of ThingsR2 Toy party with Other Nature, Kreuzberg’s alternative, queer-feminist, environmentally friendly and vegan sex shop. Whether you’re experienced or simply curious, this Tupperware party with a difference is sure to be an eye-opener!
Planetarium am Insulaner und Wilhelm-Foerster-SternwarteR6 We fly around the Earth 400 km up in the International Space Station, with musical accompaniment.
KupferstichkabinettR1 R5 I sketch with you 19.15: With pen and brush 21.15: Figures and lavour 23.15: Quick landscape sketches
Zeiss-GrossplanetariumA 360° full dome projection to take your breath away!
Berlinische GalerieR4 The stairs of the Berlinische Gallerie are a central space for serveral short dance performances. An interactive choreography with 5 dancers inspired by Carsten Nicolais’ installation ‘tele’. Repeatedly and through the night are shown choreographies of the moment: starting from one step as the smallest possible dance floor up to the whole space of the stairs, it's a virtousically usable space.