Alexanderplatz is a popular place for young and old in Berlin Mitte. It has been attracting tourists and Berliners for decades. It swarms with people day and night. Whether families, couples or single visitors, everyone wants to experience something and have fun – especially at the weekend or during the holidays. Anyone looking for a different kind of museum in Berlin or Brandenburg will find it here.
What is worth seeing at Alexanderplatz? What is worth visiting here at Alexanderplatz?
In the Illuseum Berlin everyone gets their taste, because it is the special museum in Berlin: In addition to numerous optical illusions, there are rooms to try out in which you become part of an illusion yourself. Photographing yourself and your loved ones in it is a lot of fun and provides aha moments, laughing and wondering. Because how can it be that in the Ames room you appear huge in one corner and tiny in the other? There is a lot to learn behind the fun: How does our brain work, when can our eyes be tricked?
How does a visit to Illuseum Berlin work?
The friendly employees of the Illuseum Berlin are always available to explain the connections and of course also help to take the best photos from the right perspective.
Those who like puzzles and take the time for tricky brain teasers will also get their money’s worth.
A big wooden escape game is waiting to solve the ancient mystery. Many other small puzzles made of high-quality wood are available to try out and can be bought in the museum shop as a souvenir or as a perfect gift idea.
And who dares?
There are many brave visitors who venture into the Vortex Tunnel. Everything around you seems to spin as you stagger across the bridge. Guaranteed fun for young and old.
Welcome to the Illuseum Berlin. We will fool your senses and fool you. Visit us and find out that nothing is what it seems.
The Illuseum Berlin is a place for everyone, regardless of age. It is a unique museum to get new experiences and have fun with family and friends.
Find out how to trick your friends into thinking you’re flying or you’re glued to the ceiling – inverted space is waiting for you. Fool your eyes and entertain your brain!
Amusing and amazing exhibits will teach you about our brain and how it sees things.