Show with the Physikanten
The Physikanten are well-known from film and television. As a science comedy group consisting of physicists, actors and presenters, they have already reached more than 1 million enthusiastic viewers worldwide with their science shows that are as educational as they are funny. When they take the stage, physics becomes as funny as a comedy show, as glamorous as an evening in vaudeville or as gripping as a soccer match: Stable 200-liter barrels fold up with a mighty bang or a laser beam suddenly makes music and becomes a bass guitar. For 18 years, the Physikanten have been proving to us: Science can be this entertaining!
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Science Show: Night at the Museum
every first friday of the month
When the museum closes in the evening, the lights go out and the exhibits come to rest, it's the scientists' time. Then they go on stage and show their experiments.
It flashes and smokes, it pops and glows. An astonishing murmur can be heard in the crowd.
Our fantastic show team conjures up a new show every first Friday of the month. Whether on the themes of "fire and ice", "virtual water" or an "electric night", there is something for everyone.
You can also take part in one or the other experiment on stage yourself.
You can find more information about our spectacular show series at:
Night at the Museum
Please note that ol the shows are in german language only!
For our visitor support we are looking for an employee (m/f/d) on a mini-job basis as soon as possible.
If you would like to accompany our guests in the exhibition while they are tinkering and discovering and to get a taste of what it is like to work in a ScienceCenter, we look forward to receiving your application. In-depth technical knowledge of science or technology is not necessary. However, you should have a basic interest in these topics.
Please send your application to bewerbung(at)experminta.de
Support the EXPERIMINTA!
EXPERIMINTA is a private participatory museum and therefore does not belong to the municipal museums of Frankfurt am Main. We therefore generate most of our income from visitor revenue.
We are very grateful about any donation that promotes and supports the non-profit operation of the museum - especially in the current time, when it has not been possible for us to generate visitor income for such a long time.