Your way to Futurium
Futurium is open. To visit, you currently need to book an appointment online and wear an FFP2 mask.
TRANSIT on the forecourt of Futurium is a narrative space by artist Mona el Gammal and her team. Info and tickets are available here.
Rules for visiting Futurium at a glance
Online registration: Visiting Futurium continues to be free of charge. However, visitors must register online in advance. The length of your visit is limited to 90 minutes.
Obligation to wear an FFP2 mask: All visitors aged 14 and older are obliged to wear FFP2 masks in the correct way. Children aged 6 to 14 must wear medical masks.
Minimum distance regulations: A maximum of 270 visitors can be present in the building at any one time. Visitors must maintain a minimum distance of two metres between themselves and others. Visitors must not bundle together in groups.
Further safety measures: Visitors will be guided through the Futurium Lab in a one-way system. The security staff per area, and the frequency of cleaning of public areas, will be adapted to the pandemic situation. Lockers have been taken out of service.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun: 10:00 – 18:00
Thu: 10:00 – 20:00
T: +49 (0)30 408 18 97 77
F: +49 (0)30 408 18 97 99
Futurium is located in the immediate vicinity of Berlin Central Station. From there, the Futurium is within walking distance of 350 meters. Find the best route here.
Plan your journey with the Deutsche Bahn here.
S-Bahn 3, 5, 7, or 9 to Central Station (Hauptbahnhof), exit at Washingtonplatz; Trams M5, M8, and M10 to Central Station (Hauptbahnhof); Buses 120, 245, M41, TXL, M85, 147, 123 to Central Station (Hauptbahnhof).
BBBike can show you the best bike route to the Futurium: bbbike.org
Bicycle parking is available in front of Futurium.
There are no parking spaces available at Futurium. We recommend arriving by bicycle or public transport.
Here you will find all information about the barrier-free accessibility of our house, which will be further developed in the future. We would like to make your visit as pleasant as possible.
The entrance is free of charge. Visitors must register online in advance. For workshops, guided tours and events for which a fee is charged, discounts apply to schoolchildren, persons in training, recipients of transfer payments, holders of the Berlin Pass, federal volunteers, students and persons with a degree of severe disability over 50. Accompanying persons pay nothing. The prices can be found under the individual offers.
Rucksacks and large bags (larger than A4) may not be taken into the exhibitions. Lockers are available free of charge in the foyer. Please bring a one-euro piece for their use. Unfortunately, it is not possible to change them on site. There is no way to store suitcases at Futurium. However, the neighboring main station has lockers.
Tours, events, workshops
Our exhibition presents different futures. Visitors can discover exciting future options in the thinking spaces of man, nature and technology and develop their own attitudes to controversial topics. Here you can read more about our guided tours and register. The Forum is the event area of Futurium. With these events we provide impulses to discuss with you ways into a future worth living. The programme focuses on the central question of Futurium: "How do we want to live in the future?" Workshops are held regularly in the Futurium Lab. With methods from futurology and design you will learn to explore and design the future.
Free WIFI is available throughout the house.
Restaurant at Futurium
Please note that the restaurant at Futurium is currently closed.
Shop at Futurium
Browse through Futurium's online shop here.
How did you enjoy your visit to Futurium? What did you like? What not? What can we improve? Give us your feedback here.