Experience the magic that illusions offer: In the worlds of experience at the Deja Vu Museum in Berlin, you can immerse yourself in the boundlessness of natural spectacles, suddenly find yourself at endless precipices or in the centre of outer space.
The world of the Deja Vu Museum is microcosm and macrocosm at the same time. Travel into the world of optical illusions and discover art along the way.
Galaxies and natural spectacles
For many, thunderstorms are a rather eerie natural spectacle. In the thunderstorm room of the Deja Vu Museum you can feel the full physical power of the natural spectacle at first hand: suddenly you find yourself in the heart of a powerful storm, see and hear lightning and thunder and experience the power of nature at first hand.
The XXL Kaleidoscope shows you the flood of colours and shapes that is created when light is polarised - an invention that was already made at the beginning of the 19th century.
In the Star Room, you can completely surrender to the feeling of floating in infinite galaxies.
Not to be forgotten and a special experience for all children: the eye-tracking dragon. It is a clever optical illusion that confuses and delights in equal measure.
Lose yourself in optical illusions
Whether you are orbited by countless silvery spheres in the room with spheres or experience how, seen from a distance, you shrink to tiny size on the Buchet chair -.
a visit to the Deja Vu Museum is an excursion into the world of illusions that is well worth it!
The Deja Vu Museum is open daily. Online bookings are recommended.
There are reduced prices and special offers for school classes and groups.
It is centrally located, very close to the Alexanderplatz S-Bahn and U-Bahn station and within easy walking distance from there.