Science Center Spectrum der Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin © SDTB / Foto: C. Kirchner

The Science Center set up by the Technology Museum Berlin was founded in 1983 and is the oldest of its kind in Germany. The centre is especially popular with kids: in fact, more than 1,400 m2 and 150 interactive experiment stations found on four floors make science and technology a special experience for the whole family.

After undergoing a comprehensive modernisation that ended in August 2013, the centre now offers many new features. At the experiment stations in the "Light and Sight" area, visitors are invited to create new colour tones by mixing large-scale light surfaces originating from real sunlight. Visitors can also marvel at a rainbow suspended in the air without the use of any water. Tried and true experiments, including the Foucault's Pendulum or the Hexenhaus, challenge our sense of orientation and give us and up-close look at how the earth rotates. Interactive media stations give visitors the opportunity to gain even deeper information on the various themes.

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Science Center Spectrum
Technology Museum Berlin

Möckernstraße 26
10963 Berlin

Tel. 030 902 54 284
Fax 030 902 54 283

Opening hours

Closed on Monday
Tuesday–Friday 09am–5:30pm
Saturday–Sunday 10am–6pm


Regular 8 €
Reduced 4 €
Groups up to 10 participants 5 €, reduced 2 €