The end of the world is a human perception. Natural and human-made disasters, such as war, epidemics, disease, hunger and environmental pollution, arouse both fear and the need to intervene and influence these events. The exhibition (Weltuntergang. Ende ohne Ende) brings together images, objects and stories from science and art related to the apocalypse and is thematically divided into seven sections. Scientific analyses, prophecies and speculations about humanity are discussed. The result is a journey along the fault lines of nature and culture, human life and the universe. Apocalypse TV accompanies the exhibition. The online channel regularly highlights the topic from different perspectives. One could also visit the Glacier Garden in Lucerne to learn about past catastrophes and climate changes over the last four billion years. The planet will survive another billion years, with or without humanity.