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Group visits to Spectrum

Starting October 6, groups that have booked in advance will again be able to visit the Science Center Spectrum. An appointed time can be booked in the morning Monday through Friday. Bookings are made through the “Museumdienst of the Kulturprojekte Berlin”.

The experiments are open again!

Group visits to the Science Center Spectrum are welcome! Groups that have booked in advance will be met at the side entrance of the Spectrum at fixed arrival times and accompanied through the themed areas. The group can then engage in free experimentation for a predetermined time on each floor. This service is aimed at school classes and daycare centers as well as adult and mixed groups. The Spectrum is still not able to accommodate individual visitors.


  • Bookings can be made through the “Museumdienst Berlin”.
  • Two appointment times are available from Monday to Friday:  9 - 11:15, 11:30 - 13:45.
  • The group size (including accompanying persons) is 10 to a maximum of 30 persons.
  • No visitors are allowed on weekends and public holidays.
  • The meeting point for the groups is located in front of the separate entrance on the west side of the Science Center Spectrum at Möckernstraße 26.
  • The group leader (one person) should pay at the cashier located in the Ladestraße entrance area.
  • In accordance with § 3 of the Berlin Senate's September 1, 2020 SARS-CoV-2 Infection Protection Ordinance, attendance documentation for all participants is required. An appropriate form will be sent to the group leader at the time of booking and must be submitted on the day of the visit.

Protection and Hygiene Regulations

  • A nose and mouth mask is required for all adults and children aged 6 and older entering the Science Center Spectrum; a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from other persons must also be maintained. In the case of school classes and daycare groups, these distance regulations may be less strictly applied.
  • The rooms are completely aired out after every group visit.
  • Operator controls for experiments, displays and surfaces are cleaned every day or, when necessary, even more often. Please also regularly disinfect your hands at the disinfection stations found at the entrance and in the exhibition areas or wash your hands thoroughly (at least 20-30 seconds) with soap and water.
  • The number of people per room is limited so that the minimum distance requirement can be maintained.
  • Please direct your attention to our signs and floor markings that serve to illustrate the required rules on social distancing and hygiene.


  • Experiment stations for which the required minimum distance cannot be maintained have been removed, provided with alternative instructions for use or suitably modified.
  • The 3rd floor with the themed area “Music and Listening” remains closed due to insufficient ventilation capabilities. However, parts of that themed area have been moved to thematically appropriate locations on the 2nd floor.
  • The “Hexenhaus” (witch's house) exhibit is not open.
  • Group programs such as guided tours, workshops and training courses are currently not feasible. 
  • Visiting the Deutsches Technikmuseum is not part of this program.


We look forward to your visit!