Your culture attendant: things to do in Dommitzsch

A THING TO DO TODAY

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Price: Free
Time: 30-45 mins
Small but full of interactive experiences, the Science Center Berlin at the strikingly white-striped HQ of medical company Ottobock, on Ebertstrasse just north of Potsdamer Platz, lets you explore the potential of the body in a brand new way - and it's definitely cheaper than a gym. Take a look between 10am to 6pm. (Nearest station: Potsdamer Platz)
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