Long Night of the Sciences at HZB
Long Night of the Sciences 2019: On 6th June 2020 we will open our doors at the Adlershof site from 5 p.m. to 0 a.m. for the Long Night of the Sciences and give you exciting insights into our research.
6th June 2020, 5 p.m. to 0 a.m., Adlershof site
We open our doors to the Long Night of the Sciences and give you exciting insights into our research. Embark on an exciting journey through modern research with many information stands. Our student laboratory invites children and young people to participate in experiments.
Don’t speak German? Although most of the events are in German, a few events are offered in English, so the Long Night of the Sciences is still worth a visit! Also rest assured that most scientists can converse in English and respond to questions fluently. This is particularly true of events with one-on-one exchange between scientists and visitors (for example, information booths and hands-on experiments). A variety of installations, live experiments, presentations and exhibitions are also enjoyable without any knowledge of German.
Here you can find our program in english
Tickets can be purchased from 20th May on at all S-Bahn and BVG ticket machines and points-of-sale and also on eventim.de or the ticket hotline at +49(0)1806/570070 (call charge of 0.20 euros/min from landlines, and max. 0.60 euros/min from mobiles). Additional fees apply when purchasing tickets via CTS Eventim. During the Long Night of the Sciences itself, box offices will be set up in many of the scientific institutions. Venues with box offices are marked with the a €-symbol in the programme.
Tickets can be ordered online at www.lndw19.de from 7th May to 11th June 2019. Online orders are subject to a surcharge of EUR 1.20 per ticket (incl. VAT) and postage (standard or maxi letter). Online tickets can be paid for by credit card or PayPal.
Getting around with public transport
The tickets are valid for public transport (in the fare zone Berlin ABC (including Potsdam)) from 14:00 on Saturday, 9 June, to 04:00 on Sunday, 10 June, 2018, and for the extra shuttle buses running during the event.
|Discounted ticket||9 EUR|
|Family ticket||27 EUR|
|Late night ticket (Sold only at the box offices after 22:00)||6 EUR|
Admission is free for children under six years of age.
Discounted ticket is for students, trainees, pensioners, persons with disabilities (free admission for accompanying person), ALG recipients and those undertaking federal volunteer service.
The family ticket is valid for the joint visit of adults and children, regardless of family ties. It is valid for a maximum of five people, including no more than two adults and at least one child.
This year again, family tickets purchased in advance or at the box office can be exchanged for individual family tickets. Exchanges can only be made at the box office. This means that different individual events can be attended separately. The validity of the individual family tickets is equal to that of the family ticket.