Do The FEZ! In Space!

All aboard to the moon!

Introducing two consecutive weekends of space travel for the whole family! Brought to you by the Orbitall Space Centre in cooperation with the German Aerospace Centre (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt) and with the support of the DLR_School_Lab Berlin.

50 years ago the first manned space shuttle, Apollo 11, landed on the moon. To mark the 50th anniversary, we'll be recreating the momentous occasion, taking you on a fun and informative journey to the Earth's largest natural satellite. Discover space travel for yourself and see if you have what it takes to become an astronaut.

The Orbitall's training and multi-purpose hall are kitted out with equipment for you to test your balance, your resilience and your expertise - everything you need to become a successful space explorer. In the experiment lab, you'll discover the laws of physics that need to be kept in mind when travelling through space and our youngest guests can rocket through the Milky Way on bobby cars.

ResearchWORLD

There's so much for astronauts to learn before setting off on a mission. See for yourself by visiting the ResearchWORLD for prospective space explorers. more...

Astronaut Training

Coping with a lack of gravity requires fine motor skills and good balance. Test them out here and make sure you fulfil the requirements to work in a spaceship or space control centre. more...

DLR_Space_Show

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first Apollo landing, we invite guests to join us on a spectacular journey to the moon. more...

CreativeWORLD

You'll need a vivid imagination and some good crafting skills as we create our own new worlds. Join the various rooms for a range of games and experiences where you'll create a whole range of objects associated with space. more...

LittlunsWORLD

(for children aged 1-5 years)
It's not just the big kids who can train to become an astronaut. Our youngest space cadets can also test their space mission skils as they experiment, play discover and relax. more...

Opening Hours & Tickets

Sat 26th + Sun 27th October
Sat 2nd + Sun 3rd November
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Day Ticket: €4.00 | Families of 3+: €3.50 per person
*Includes children's museum, cinema, indoor play area, material costs

Online Tickets

For families with children aged 1 and up.
Entry to the Orbitall Space Centre for children aged 8 and up.

Sterntaler - Ute Kahmann*

As Marie makes her way into the world, she gives to strangers everything she owns. Already poor, she gives away her bread and her warm coat. As the young girl sleeps under a tree, shining stars suddenly fall to the ground around her and she awakes to see thousands of shiny coins.

Sat 26th + Sun 27th October, 2:00 pm + 4:00 pm

Studio Stage (Room 214), 4-9 years, 40 minutes
Ticket: €6.50* / Family Ticket / Group Ticket (3 people or more) €5.00 per person*
*To visit this production, you need to be in possession of a "theatre ticket".

Partners

  • German Aerospace Centre (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt)
  • DLR_School_Lab Berlin
  • Tessloff Verlag (26. & 27.10.)
  • Stiftung Planetarium Berlin (26. & 27.10.)
  • Spielstein
  • Mathalaxie – Die Abenteuerreise
  • Campagames
  • Wissenschaft für Kids mit Tüftelfaktor

New Exhibition In The Alice Museum For Children

Sat + Sun
From 12pm, there will be a guided tour of the exhibition every hour.

In the Escape To Freedom exhibition, families with children aged 10 and up will have to work together to solve tricky puzzles, discover more about the idea of freedom and ultimately escape from the five escape rooms. Be sure to check out everything you find in the room. Every detail is important and some key elements are very well hidden. Can you make it out before the time is up? more...

Day Of The Dead

Sat 2nd November
from 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm


This happy and colourful festival from Mexico connects people. Those who share life with us and those who have gone before us. We invite you to learn more about this tradition and celebrate it with us. more...