ILA for Kids

Activity Hub − Kids program in Hall 1

The best way to dive into the world of aviation − ILA for kids. Special offers for kids and young people allow close experiences of technologies. The Kids Corner includes professional childcare and enables parents to enjoy the exhibition.

ILA für Kinder
ILA für Kinder
ILA für Kinder
ILA for Kids
Kids Corner

Kids Corner

Childcare is recommended for children of 5 years and older. For small children, it is recommended to have one parent staying on site with them. There is a lot of fun and a variety of activities that invite children to be creative. The children are guided by professional tutors. The offer is free of charge.

Date: June 25 − 26, 2022

Times: 10.00 hrs − 18.00 hrs (on both days)



mint:pink XXL Chain Reaction  

only in German

Moderation: Johannes Büchs

Saturday, June 25

14.00 hrs     Welcome to ILA! Annika Illhardt, Messe Berlin

14.05 hrs     How do I build an XXL chain reaction?  Sebastian Otte, Bitou

14.15 hrs     Start of construction

16.00 hrs      Innovations & Technologies for a sustainable future

Cornelia von Ammon and Nanina Moerseburg, German Aerospace Association 

16.15 hrs     Surprise visitor

16.30 hrs     Chain reaction XXL

16.40 hrs     End of the event


Workshops for kids: "A mission into space".

only in German

For children aged 8 − 14, the ILA offers one-hour hands-on workshops.
A maximum of 15 children per workshop can participate.
Registration takes place directly on site in Hall 1, Room Mercury.

Workshop times:

10.30 – 11.30 hrs
11.45 – 12.45 hrs
13.45 – 14.45 hrs
15.00 – 16.00 hrs
16.15 – 17.15 hrs


Saturday, June 25, 2022

13.30 − 14.30 hrs  in German only
ILA Stage Aviation Future Lab / Hall 4/240


Sunday, June 26, 2022

13.00 − 14.00 hrs  in German only
ILA Stage Aviation Future Lab / Hall 4/240

Under the heading "DLR_Weltraum_Kino", the German Aerospace Center presents a series of fascinating videos - always followed by short question-and-answer sessions.  In our minds we fly to the International Space Station ISS and accompany astronauts during their stays in weightlessness. Then we take a trip to the moon and look at the most beautiful images from the Apollo missions. Mars is also one of the stops on this exciting mind trip into space. The entertaining program will be presented by Sina Kürtz and Tobias Bohnhardt, both of whom work in DLR's Young Investigator program. And so the approximately one-hour stage show is also aimed in particular at younger members of the audience, in order to get them excited about research and technology using the example of space travel.