Fun for the family and kids in Germany
  • Deutsches Technikmuseum SPECTRUM Berlin

    Möckernstraße 26, 10963 Berlin

    How to Get There?

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      There are several railway stations in Berlin which are connected to the ICE network, and thus, are reachable easily from all over Germany. The best station is Berlin-Spandau. From here take the subway.

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      Coming from the "Berliner Ring" (a "ring" of highways around Berlin), take the highway A10 and use the exit "Rangsdorf". Head to "Kreuzberg" resp. "Tempelhof" using the "B 96" and follow this road up to the "Landwehrkanal". Use the parking Garage "Gleisdreieck" (10 minutes to walk).

      GPS coordinates

      LATITUDE: 52.496586
      LONGTITUDE: 13.378097

       

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      Berlin has two main airports. Berlin Tegel, which is more or less in the middle of the city. Berlin Schönefeld is a little further from the inner city. Both are very good reachable with public transport like bus or train.

      Nearest airport

      Tegel (TXL)
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      From Berlin-Spandau walk 6 minutes to "Rathaus Spandau (S+U)" and take the subway "U7", heading to "Rudow (U)". Exit at "Möckernbrücke (U)" and walk 10 min. Alternatively take a train to "Zoologischer Garten", take the subway "U2", heading to "Pankow (S+U)", exit at "Gleisdreieck" and walk 10 min.

    Why Go There?

    Tu - Fr 9 am - 5.30 pm; Sa/Su 10 am - 6 pm

    The Science Center SPECTRUM is a part of the "Deutsches Technikmuseum" in Berlin. The focus is the personal experience of the visitor to gather information about scientific and technical issues.

    The Science Center of the Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin is especially popular with children and young people.

    More than 150 special exhibits give a hands-on experience. Learn all about the laws of nature, scientific correlations or technical principles in a playful manner.

    There are several departments and exhibitions, following the themes

    • Electricity and magnetism
    • Temperature and heat
    • Light
    • Motion and mechanics
    • Music and sound
    • Seeing/Perception

    This means that the experiments try to activate the different sensual organs resp. your senses. Learn all about the fascination world of technology and science on about 1.400 square meters, distributed over 4 floors.

    Why is the sky blue? Why doesn't a plane fall from the sky? How do we feel heat with our skin? Ho do our eyes percept light? These are just a couple of many hundred questions, responds to the Science Center. Amazing phenomena bring young and old to the amazement.

    Visit Deutsches Technikmuseum SPECTRUM Berlin and become a scientist yourself!

    Location Details

    Escape Address: Möckernstraße 26, 10963 Berlin, Berlin, Berlin, Germany

    Things to do close by!

    Shopping

    KaDeWe - "Kaufhaus des Westens" is located in direct neighbourhood to Kurfürstendamm and Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche. There is nearly nothing you can't get there. In the food department, there are foods from around the world. Get fashion, shoes, beauty products, electronics - what more could you ask for?

    Sightseeing

    Visit the Berlin TV Tower. From 203 and 207 metres you can look out over the entire city. The Berlin TV Tower is one of the most popular attractions in Berlin. There's a rotating restaurant. Here one can sit and eat while the restaurant rotates slowly, and thus, the entire city of Berlin becomes visible during the meal.

    Events

    "Festival of Lights" is one of the world’s largest illumination festivals introduces itself. The festival transforms Berlin every October in an artistically enchanting world full of light art and creative productions. Let the lights enchant you and tell you tales. Let the light exposure hidden things. Let it shine on the fundamental and essential things.

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