The Science Bus in Germany

From the 8th until the 24th of August the Science Bus will be in Germany and stop at several events. There are two exciting events planned on this part of the route but our crew also is preparing some spontaneous stops during the remaining days.

Planned events:
11 – 13 August at the Wildemohre Festival in Drebkau.
This festival started a couple of years ago as the dream of a small group of people. By now electronic music, art and workshops are combined in a divers and colorful program. In the Science Bus workshops at “Wilde Möhre Festival”, we are going to cover your essential festival needs: breakfast, sun protection and charging your phone without a socket. Find out more about the festival and all the other activities and workshops on their website.

There are only a few tickets left (for Sunday the 13th) which you can find here. Spots for the workshops are available on a first come, first served basis. You will be able to sign up with the Science Bus crew on the festival.

19 August at the Long night at Museum at Museum for Naturkunde in Berlin.
80 Museums, 800 Events, 1 Science Bus and 1 long night. Berlin’s museums are celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the Long Night with the theme of ‘Made in Berlin’, and are focusing on inventions, brands and legends that have an association with the city. The Science Bus will host workshops and explore typical Berlin life hacks and “Volksweisheiten”.

You can find the Science Bus at the Museum für Naturkunde. Tickets for the Long night at the Museum are here available. You can sing up for the workshops of the Science Bus at the information counter at the dinosaur hall in the Museum für Naturkunde during that night. It is possible to register from 05:45 p.m. for all activities.

Catch the Science Bus?
On the others days in Germany our Science Bus captains Phil and Aoibhéann will drive around in Germany (maybe even Poland, Czech Republic or Slovakia) in search of folk remedies and places to host spontaneous workshops. Would you like to see the Science Bus come by or do you have the perfect tip for us? Let us know via Twitter or email.

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