Learn at Campus Germany
The ‘edutainment’ focused pavilion will showcase German innovations and sustainable solutions. Visitors can wear cutting-edge connected devices as they explore themed areas including The Energy Lab, The Future City Lab and The Biodiversity Lab.
Let’s swing together
The Graduation Hall will feature swinging seats to symbolise the world coming together. Visitors will be tasked with swinging the seats in unison to reflect how great things can be achieved by acting together, showing there is more that unites than divides us.
Campus Germany for kids
Children are the future, so they are very important guests at Campus Germany. With the support of world-famous children’s TV host Armin Maiwald, we have developed playful and fun exhibits that will help explain the world to both young and old alike.
Culture everywhere: The Culture Lab
The Culture Lab will feature various genres and sessions: dance, visual arts, games, science, sport and music. The centrepiece of the Culture Lab will be the stage in the atrium of the pavilion, where there will be something happening every day of Expo 2020.
A piece of Germany: The restaurant at Campus Germany
Try typical German dishes such as Currywurst, Sauerbraten beef with Spätzle pasta, red cabbage and apple, or Königsberger Klöpse meatballs with caper sauce and rice, and vegetarian dishes such as Maultasche ravioli with julienne vegetables and potato salad.