Humboldt Forum


Interviews, films, columns and latest reports on the Forum's historcial site, construction, exhibitions and events – stories by artists, scientist and the people behind the scenes.

Foyer with the Comograph and the Eosander Portal
September 16, 2019

Photo gallery: “Still young at 250! Celebrating the Birthday of Alexander von Humboldt”

Impressions from the celebration of Alexander von Humboldt's 250th birthday.

September 14, 2019

Live streaming – Humboldt Conexión

14 September 2019, 6 pm (CEST) – Expert discussion on Humboldt’s networking methods and networked way of thinking with live video connections from Berlin, Novosibirsk and Bogotá.

Humboldt Forum
June 26, 2019

The Humboldt Forum will open in phases beginning in September 2020

More information coming shortly.

The Safe Door in the Berlin Exhibition
June 18, 2019

The safe door moves into the Humboldt Forum

As the first object of the Berlin exhibition, the door of the techno club "Tresor" moved into the Humboldt Forum on 18 June 2019.

View from south-west
June 12, 2019

Humboldt Forum in the Berlin Palace: Status of the Construction Measures

Visiting the depot
June 4, 2019

Against the current: Francis La Flesche and the „Umóⁿhoⁿ“ (Omaha)

An inside look at preparations for one of the first temporary exhibitions.

View of the foyer from above
May 28, 2019

Orientation through cutting-edge technology

An LED tower in the foyer, a listening chamber under the domed hall: Modern technology will guide you through the Humboldt Forum.

Guidance system
May 15, 2019

The Palace of the Republic in the Humboldt Forum

Twelve tracks and an extensive collection will in future be reminiscent of the most important prestige building in the GDR.

A quince yellow building
April 30, 2019

A quince yellow building

The scaffolding has finally been taken down from the facade. But what still needs to be done at the Palace?

In the museum depot
April 9, 2019

In the land of the Chokwe

A cooperation between the National Museums of Angola and the Ethnological Museum Berlin sets the stage for a new era of German-Angolan collaboration.