Science Center Spectrum - Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin

Dr.
Christian
Neuert
Head
neuert@sdtb.de
+49 30 90 254 108
+49 30 90 254 283
Science centre / science museum
Full member

The Science Center Spectrum’s colourful world of experiments invites visitors to independently explore more than 150 amazing phenomena in the realms of science and technology.

Its school laboratory Meilensteine (Milestones) provides school classes with the opportunity to time travel to the workshops of famous scientists and to do experiments in the fields of optics and electricity.

The Science Center Spectrum’s concept of making scientific knowledge easily comprehensible for everyone continues a tradition practiced by the Berlin Urania from 1888 to 1928. The Science Center Spectrum has been in existence since 1983 (the year the Deutsches Technikmuseum opened) and is thus the oldest existing science centre in Germany. Called Versuchsfeld (Experimental Field) in its day, it moved into its own building in 1990 and adopted the name Spectrum, today’s Science Center Spectrum.

Other contact: Renate Förster – Public Relation. phone: +49 30 90 254 142; fax: +49 30 90 254 283 e-mail: r.foerster@sdtb.de