Creative Studio Berlin has designed and is producing a new historical experience in central Berlin, Germany. This immersive, interactive and educational experience takes local visitors and tourists of all ages through the rich history of Germany from the earliest of times through to the country‘s unification.
The twelve themed exhibit rooms place guests in various historical periods. Guests spend an hour or so walking through German history, discovering decisive dates, people and events.
“The Deutschlandmuseum project is well underway and will open to the public this summer,” says Robert Rueckel, who also operates the German Spy Museum with 400,000 visitors each year next to the new attraction. “No museum has ever told 2,000 years of history through immersive spaces mixed with state-of-the-art exhibition design and interactive installations quite like this. We are delighted with the concept Creative Studio Berlin created. We demanded historical accuracy and a unique guest experience, and we have accomplished this with a strong collaboration between our local staff, scientific and historical experts, and Chris’s team.”
CSB’s producer Daniel Ruede is responsible for building the attraction. “We put together a world-class team with companies like Atelier Thilo Krause, Movie Construction, Crossworks Project, or Werkstatt 4 [whom] we worked with before. You need proven partners you can trust with such an ambitious timeline, from idea to opening in under one year.”
CSB partnered with Bentin Projects for audio, video, light & show control design, and onsite technical direction.
CSB’s owner Chris Lange was responsible as Creative Director for the project as well as on some of the most popular visitor attractions in the city, from Berlin Dungeon to Sea-Life Center, Madame Tussauds, and LEGOLAND Discovery Center.
In 2022, Creative Studio Berlin designed and produced the new “Roaring 20’s” experience at Madame Tussaud and the “Curse of the Witches” show for the Dungeon, both Merlin Entertainments attractions located in Berlin.