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Science Center Berlin, Berlin

(3.4/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • The Museum is between Potsdamer Platz and the memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe, admission is free and the great personenel nice. It's very well done, you learn lots of things on the body, certain pathologies and Orthotics (everything is in German and English). All is on 3 floors, we made the rounds in 1 hour approximately. It is interactive enough, we can even do a simulation in a wheelchair! I think it's really worth the peek!
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  • Each time passing by, wanted to get inside and take a look at this Center. Visit their site to learn that admission is absolutely free for all, not just professionals. The truth works it is not every day, but it is better to clarify, logging into the site. Upon entering the reception no one asked, but if there are questions, willing to meet. There are guided tours, but they are themed (this same Center for Prosthetics). During our visit was 2 school group tours. It should be noted that children were interesting. We were interested in more of the architecture of the building. We, of course, has not been spared the media and mechanical artifacts, but it is more for fun. The building itself is small. Read on the website that they have operated roof with sculptures and armchairs, but alas. ... We were in January, may, there just not all. Elevator was not raised above))). Liked it very much. Moreover, it is within walking distance of Potsdamer Platz, so those who recommend walking visit.
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  • We went here thinking it was a generic science museum, however in my opinion this was better! Free entry, interactive Paralympic-related activities such as wheelchair races, my favourite was the wheel...  more »
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  • Fabi was me, wasn't very funny the topic perhaps, but the simulator. Well I want to now don't so much have to write for oral bio at fr Eutin learn bye I'm going even with my wheelchair to the school 😉
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  • I've never been in there, from the outside, the building looks but always again tempting!
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