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David von Becker

It all begins with a question: “How do we want to live?” And the fundamental conviction of the Futurium is that all possible futures are the result of our decisions and our actions.
With more than 5000 m² on three floors, the museum is divided into three main areas: Exhibition, Forum and Lab. The Exhibition area presents various different options for the future in the thinking spaces dealing with Humans, Nature and Technology. The content and design of the exhibition are intended to inspire us to develop our own standpoint on contentious topics. The Forum is intended to encourage communal dialogue in a meeting of science, politics, culture and civil society. The Lab is a place for trying things out, where visitors of all ages can play with future tech and work on their own inventions in creative workshops.
The Futurium’s building on the Spreebogen, designed by the architect Richter Musikowski, resembles a sculpture that is unfolded to the front and rear to form partially covered forecourts in front of the two main entrances. With solar panels on the roof and a rainwater utilisation system, the Futurium is a nearly zero energy building setting a leading example in sustainability. It is largely supported by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research.

Alexanderufer 2
10117 Berlin

+49 (30) 408 18 97-0
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10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 20:00
Friday -Sunday
10:00 - 18:00

It is compulsory for all persons in the public area of the Futurium to wear a mask. The visitors have to maintain a minimum distance of two meters. Group formation is prohibited. In addition, the hygiene tips from the Federal Center for Health Education apply.

The Futurium limits the number of visitors allowed in the house at the same time to 200 people. The public is led into the exhibition in a one-way system, with entry and exit being separated. In addition, the security staff per area will be increased and the cleaning frequency of the public areas increased. The lockers are out of order.

Free entrance

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  • Visual impairment Visual impairment
  • well-equipped for visual impairments well-equipped for visual impairments
  • well-equipped for blind people well-equipped for blind people
  • Hearing impairment Hearing impairment
  • well-equipped for deaf people well-equipped for deaf people
  • well-equipped for people with hearing impairments well-equipped for people with hearing impairments
  • Suitable for wheelchairs Suitable for wheelchairs
  • wheelchair accessibility wheelchair accessibility
  • good wheelchair-friendly WC facilities good wheelchair-friendly WC facilities
  • good wheelchair-friendly lift good wheelchair-friendly lift
  • Parking for disabled persons Parking for disabled persons
  • Signet "Accessible Berlin" Signet "Accessible Berlin"


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