The 7b's trip to the Museum of Illusions

  27. September 2018    von Berzan, Lucie and Kristian

Our trip to the Museum of Illusions was very exciting. We met everyone at the train station Bellevue and then took the train to Alexanderplatz. But we arrived early! We ended up waiting outside for so long that some students asked if they could get something delicious from McDonald's.

When the musuem finally opened, everybody stormed in. Everybody waited for the tour guides and when they showed up, they told us about the museum's illusions. It was fascinating to discover how the eye tricks the brain in so many ways. We spent a whole hour looking at spectacular illusions. My favourite was the Vortex, which felt like a spinning bridge even though we weren't moving! We had a lot of fun and laughed ourselves silly. At the end of the tour, the guide took us into a room where he showed us magical tricks. Then we went back to the train station. All in all, our trip was truly amazing. (Kristian)

My class, the 7b, visited the Museum of Illusions on 27 September 2018. The class, Ms Behrens, Ms Korge and Mr Sekerovic met at Bellevue and took a train to Alexanderplatz. We arrived too early, the museum hadn't opened the doors yet. Everybody grabbed something to eat at McDonald's. Then we went into the museum, which is located at Karl-Liebknecht-Straße, very close to Alexanderplatz. We explored the different rooms of the museum. The most interesting thing to see was how the eye tricks the brain. Our first field trip was great! (Lucie)

On Thursday, the 27th of September, we went to the Museum of Illusions. We met at 9 o'clock at the train station Bellevue and went to Alexanderplatz by train. They museums opens at 10 o'clock and we arrived too early. So, some of us went to McDonald's and enjoyed something to eat. When the museum opened, we were split into groups and guided through the museum. After the tour we were allowed to walk around by ourselves. There were a lot of interesting pictures, rooms and games that trick the brain. Then the guide did a magic show for us. That was a lot of fun and cool. (Berzan)