You are cordially invited to spend time in our "Room for Warmth". We have set up a heated room in the Trebbiner Straße entrance to the new building in order to accommodate people who are financially and socially affected by the energy crisis. Our "Room for Warmth" will include warm drinks, art and handicrafts materials as well as books.
In addition, we cordially invite people who come to our "Room for Warmth" to also visit our museum and engage with our various exhibitions.
The "Room for Warmth" in the Deutsches Technikmuseum is part of the Berlin "Network of Warmth" initiative, the goal of which is to help Berliners successfully navigate the upcoming winter in the face of rising energy prices and cost of living increases.
Deutsches Technikmuseum‘s "Room for Warmth" is available for use until 31 March during opening hours:
Tues – Fri: 9 - 17:30
Sat, Sun.: 10 – 18
Special opening hours:
International Women’s Day 8 March: 10 - 18
Find more information on the Berlin "Network of Warmth" initiative by clicking on the following link to its website (in German only):
Website of the Berlin "Network of Warmth"
If you want to help a homeless person or if you need help yourself, find useful contact information (addresses and telephone numbers) by clicking on the following link to the Website of the Berliner Kälthilfe (in German only):
Website of the Berliner Kältehilfe