NEW IN THE BOTANICAL GARDEN:
THE BIOTOPIA LAB
VISIT WITH NECESSARY PRE-REGISTRATION
The BIOTOPIA Lab is open for visitors as long as the current corona situation allows it (regulation for museums and cultural institutions). Short-term changes are possible depending on the current infection levels. Until further notice, a visit to the Lab is only possible with the necessary pre-registration.
As an interim platform, the BIOTOPIA Lab offers a taste of BIOTOPIA, its vision and values. It is a dynamic exhibition space, an event platform and an experimental workshop all at the interface of science, art, design and culture. At the same time, the BIOTOPIA Lab offers an insight into the development process of the new museum.
With workshops, raised garden beds, an experimental space, changing mystery objects and special exhibitions as well as interdisciplinary events, it arouses curiosity about the topics of BIOTOPIA and invites people to engage with the current status of project.
Find out more about our current program and get a look behind the scenes of the BIOTOPIA Lab, be sure to follow our social media channels.
To enter, you must pass through the entrance of the Botanical Garden, where you will need to fill out a contact tracking sheet. As of April, the entrance to the Botanical Garden will probably no longer be free of charge and will also only be possible via an additional pre-reservation the day before - please inquire in advance on the Botanical Garden's page, as we will unfortunately not be able to help you on site.
Friday: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The drop in activities will initially only take place on weekends.
Due to current regulations, a visit to the Lab is only possible with a necessary registration (always on the hour for 60 minutes).
More information will follow soon. Reservation by phone or email is not possible.
The BIOTOPIA Lab is only open when museums are open (depending on the current incidence number).
With an exciting hands-on program, the BIOTOPIA Lab can also be experienced at home. Instructions, experiments and do-it-yourself concepts bring "hands-on science" into your own four walls. BIOTOPIA Lab@Home awakens interest in scientific relationships and provides inspiration for young and old. It gives a taste of the activities in the BIOTOPIA Lab - from bottle gardens or growing your own mushrooms to isolating DNA from vegetables or fruit. Browse the website and find the right experiment for you!
Get involved in BIOTOPIA - with a donation, membershipor project-related support. We look forward to growing a group of committed people to actively support BIOTOPIA throughout the development phase.