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Science Center Spectrum

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Address: Moeckernstr. 26, 10963 Berlin, Germany
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+49 30 9254284

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Small, Cute but worth visiting

It is good exhibition for kids and teenagers where they can do hands on experience with experiments, and learn new stuff in completely inte4ractive mode. Reccommended!

Reviewed 11 April 2017
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

It is good exhibition for kids and teenagers where they can do hands on experience with experiments, and learn new stuff in completely inte4ractive mode. Reccommended!

Thank Sasa M
Jupiter, Florida
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Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

This place is a real find, right next door to the Deutsch Technic Museum it does not get much attention i guess...but it should. Perfectly manageable in one day you can see and participate in their hands on demonstrations and experiments ranging from electrical to light to good old mechanical!!! Kids and parents will love this place!!!

Thank boso2125
Bedford, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

Fun and interesting experience with lots of hands-on activities for all ages. Light section particularly good. In contrast, Deutsches technikmuseum is not really interactive but more historical. Both museums included in ticket price.

Thank Wolf201
Bristol, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 16 March 2017

Spectrum is a suitable for families were you can see the bizarre and fun side of science. First of all it is not expensive and offers two parts of the museum. One part is about the history about cars and modern day technology whereas the other part is all about the science. It offers many activities for kids and adults... More 

Thank Timbowilliams
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Reviewed 22 December 2016 via mobile

We're not museum buffs but spent 4 hours here with our 7 and 8 year old. Excellent museum - 17 euros for the four of us and a brilliant set of exhibits, all of which are hands on for everyone to interact with. A very fun way to learn some science.

Thank Gareth M
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Reviewed 21 November 2016

We brought our 3 and 5 year old English speaking boys here and they absolutely loved it! It's full of hands on activities for them - we ended up spending most of a day there and still had to drag the kids away. There was even a bunch of stuff that us adults found fascinating. I'd recommend bringing food though... More 

Thank Darren D
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Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

Sadly we were unable to visit as they wouldn't allow us to take a very small shoulder bag in with us. The staff said to put our rucksack in the locker, which is common and we happily did, but then they would not allow my partner in with his small shoulder bag which contains his medicines. They said if we... More 

Thank Ro S
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Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

Visited the center with 2 young kids (4/6 y/o) who liked it. We got one of those minicards giving is a 2 for 1 entrance price which made our visit cost a total of € 8 euro. Absolutely nothing wrong with this. Would the price have been higher I may have would been expecting more. So, content wise: The center... More 

Thank Jeroen B
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Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

I have been to a few science centres in Europe, but still wanted to see this one. Some things are similar or even the same as in other centres, but it still has something different. I liked it more than Copernicus center, because the space is divided better and is easier to go through every experiment. If you don't have... More 

Thank Aušrinė J
Manchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 September 2016

After looking at different childrens museums, we decided to go to the museum of technology which included the spectrum science centre. I wasn't sure which museum would best suit our 21 month old and when we bought the ticket the man said that there wouldn't be much for our son to do. However, the spectrum science center was amazing. Very... More 

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