Training Hall with Replica of Parts of the ISS

Phoenix Spaceship

Alexander Gerst - Spacesuit Check at NASA

An ultra-modern space centre and one of the main attractions of the FEZ. Around 2 million people, fascinated by space travel, have already visited the Orbitall, not to mention famous astronauts such as Sigmund Jähn, Reinhard Furrer, Edgar Mitchell, Waleri Bykowski, Reinhold Ewald, Thomas Reiter and Ulrich Walter.

While working closely with research institions for science and finance, we aim to bring the topic of space travel and our universe closer to a wider public, with a particular focus on children and young people. Orbitall tries to be informative, interactive and entertaining at the same time because we believe that when knowledge and learning is presented in the right way, each of our visitors leaves having enjoyed themselves.

Please read our social distancing and hygiene measures before you visit.

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DLR_School_Lab TV – Virtual Journey To Space

The German Aerospace Centre (DLR) has come up with a very unusual lesson.

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Tobi Becomes An Astronaut – DLR_School_Lab TV

The team from DLR_School_Lab TV (German Aerospace Centre) is back with a 2nd episode filmed in the Orbitall Centre. more...

Space For Children

ESA Kids - Space for Kids

ESA Kids brings you up to date with the latest news, information, cartoons and downloads from outer space. Aa science project for children aged 6 to 12. Find out more...

ESERO - Where Learnig Is Fun

European Space Education Resource Office (ESERO)

What is the greenhouse effect, how does the water cycle work and is there really life on Mars? more...

We've Been To The FEZ!

We've been to the Orbitall Centre in the FEZ! Download the PDF here!

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The Seasons

and the summer solstice is explained by our 'Erklärbär' Dirk from the FEZ's Orbitall Centre.

25th International Space Camp

Sat 30th July to Sat 6th August 2022

For young people aged 13+
There aren't many better ways to spend your holidays! Fly off into space, as you learn how astronauts train, take part in virtual missions aboard the International Space Centre and much more.

Deadline for registration: 30th June 2022 
More information & registration form

Space Week

Places still available:
Autumn Holidays: Mon 24th - Thurs 27th October 
From 10am - 2pm

A 4-day camp for 10 selected gifted children from classes 3 to 6 (ages 8 to 12). Each child can participate in various modules and participation is free thanks to the support of the "Aktionsprogramm Aufholen nach Corona für Kinder und Jugendliche". Contact and more information: orbitall(at)

What's On?

The FEZ Calendar gives you an overview of all our family activities and themed weekends in the FEZ Berlin.