From spring 2021 group tours will be offered for children, young people and adults along with workshops for children, plus special arrangements for students and school classes. For enquiries and bookings.
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Unter den Linden 6
Equal opportunities for cultural participation are important for the Humboldt Labor. The Humboldt Labor makes science accessible, so all-inclusive offers are a matter of course. Tactile models at the entrance make orientation easier, a tactile guidance system takes visitors round the exhibition and audio tours explain the central ideas. The Cluster of Excellence Temporal Communities of Freie Universität Berlin has developed a special audio tour that is aimed at all visitors. Under the title "Overtexted", selected objects from the exhibition enter into a dialogue with literary and non-literary quotations and comments. This audio guide is not connected to the floor guidance system, so it cannot be used by visually impaired people without accompaniment.
We constantly endeavour to improve accessibility on-site and online and welcome feedback, queries and suggestions
Press and Information
Press information and material about the Humboldt Labor are available on request from Boris Nitzsche, Science Communication Officer and Deputy Press Spokesman, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Tel.: +49 30 2093-2945
We will inform you as soon as the information phone is set up
As a rule, admission to the Humboldt Labor is free of charge. Special events are an exception to the rule; their admission charges are shown separately on our programme page for the event in question.
We will inform you about the opening hours of the Humboldt Lab
The inauguration of the Humboldt Labor is planned for spring 2021.