Past events
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How does a school of fish keep together? Why did the hand of a chimpanzee from the 19th century end up in a Berlin museum? How can you reconstruct an entire prehistoric animal from a fossilised footprint? And why are many recordings from the Humboldt University‘s Lautarchiv (Sound Archive) problematic? Modern scientific research as well as historical objects from the university‘s collections are being presented in many perspectives at the interactive exhibition „After Nature“ at the Humboldt Lab.
Whether you wish a brief introduction to the exhibition or want to know more about an object: During the „Drop-In“, a tour guide will be available in the exhibition hall and open to all your questions.

Practical info

  • Meeting point & time

    The meeting point for guided tours and the location for workshops can be found on your booking confirmation. In order for the tour to begin punctually, please arrive 15 minutes before the programme is due to start. We ask that you allow for this additional quarter hour when planning your visit.

  • Recommendation to wear a mask

    Visitors aged 6 and over are recommended to wear an FFP2 or medical face mask in all interior rooms of the Humboldt Forum. Unless otherwise stated, this also applies to guided tours and events. For your own safety and the safety of your children, we recommend that all age groups take a rapid antigen test before visiting the Humboldt Forum.

  • Still together against Corona

    As a precaution, we are continuing some efficient and proven measures at the Humboldt Forum in order to be able to guarantee basic protection for all visitors and staff. We regularly check the current infection situation and will adapt our in-house measures accordingly.