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HAVE A SEAT!

An Exhibition for Children

Installation Nimm Platz – Installation Nimm Platz

Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel

Installation Nimm Platz – Installation Nimm Platz

When, where, why and how do we sit? How do we express conventions, status or gestures of welcome? And who actually takes which place in groups and societies?

Have a seat! An exhibition for children offers our youngest visitors aged three to ten – and their accompanying adults – the space to explore, play and learn about sitting in different cultures.

Our first special exhibition sets a precedent: Children will be among the first people to be given space at the Humboldt Forum. This thematically structured exhibition with its historical originals, reconstructed objects, and hands-on areas, provides a space for reflecting on living together in different cultures.

Our team of guides and educators will be happy to welcome and accompany you during your visit to the exhibition.

 

Do you have a question about the Humbolt Forum, about your visit or an event? For your questions and for all other concerns please use the contact form below.

Runtime: Tue, 20/07/2021 to Sun, 27/03/2022

Price info: Admission & Tickets

The Humboldt Forum is an open space for everyone to drop by and visit our exhibitions. At the moment, however, some safety restrictions apply due to the Corona pandemic. Therefore, we kindly ask you to book a time slot ticket online in advance.

Free entry for 100 days: Visiting the Humboldt Forum, all our current exhibitions, and the use of the media guide, are free of charge for the first 100 days. From November 13, 2021, we will charge for selected exhibitions. Events are generally subject to an admission fee.

Time slots: Due to the Corona pandemic, you need to book a time slot ticket in advance to visit an exhibition.

Book a timed ticket: You can book your timed ticket for an exhibition online or via +49 30 99 211 89 89.

Booking 14 days in advance: Due to the possibility of changes in hygiene guidelines at short notice, time slots can be booked 14 days in advance

Visiting several exhibitions: When booking, please remember to coordinate your visits to the individual exhibitions. Please also take the estimated time spent in each exhibition into account.

Duration of exhibition visit: Average time spent in the exhibitions: Terrible Beauty c. 90 min; Have a Seat! c. 90 min; Palace Cellar c. 30 min; BERLIN GLOBAL c. 120 min; After Nature c. 60 min

Guided Tours: Booking of guided tours and other educational events (starting September 2021) is expected to be available from mid-August.

Price: €10.00

Reduced price: €5.00

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