Berlin

The park at Gleisdreieck is a community park created  in 2013 on Berlin’s wasteland between east and west. The park was awarded the German Landscape Architecture Prize 2015. There are a number of playgrounds in the park as well as a Rose Garden, extensive lawns (perfect for a picnic), a skating area,...

The Science Center first opened in 1982 but was completely revamped in 2013. It offers some 150 exhibits, spread out over about 1,400 m² of space on four floors. The Center is full of fascinating hands-on experiments, aiming to appeal to all different senses. Tickets are valid for same-day visits to the Museum of Technology....

The Biosphere Potsdam is located just outside of Berlin. The jungle landscape of the Biosphere with over 20.000 beautiful plants, many exotic animals and an hourly thunderstorm with thunder and lightning takes you to a world far away. Your journey begins at the waterfall and continues on intertwined paths to the...

The FEZ Berlin is Europe's biggest non-profit children's, youth and family centre. It offers creative play, fun and relaxation and combines education, experience and culture within its programme. The Astrid Lindgren Stage offers an interesting theatre programme for children and families, the Alice Museum for Children is interactive, at the Orbitall Space...

Volkspark Friedrichshain is a large urban park on the border of the Berlin neighborhoods of Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer Berg. The oldest public park in Berlin and the fourth-largest. This park offers many playgrounds, a skateboard park, fun hills (popular in the winter time for sledding), a big sandpit for volleyball,...

Berlin’s Natural History Museum is located in Mitte and has an extensive collection. The highlight is perhaps the massive Brachiosaurus - supposedly the biggest mounted dinosaur skeleton in the world! But it doesn’t stop there. From birds and butterflies to our solar system and minerals, you’ll either need many hours...

Touching, trying out, playing, discovering new things - all this is expressly permitted in the Labyrinth Children's Museum Berlin. The museum sees itself as an extracurricular learning and cultural location for children, families and educators. The centrepiece of the museum are interactive exhibitions for children from 3-11 years. In addition...

An interactive children’s museum located in a beautiful old church in Prenzlauer Berg. The museum is a pleasant size and perfect to keep the little ones occupied for a few hours and offers many different activities. Permanent and temporary exhibitions as well as workshops and other playful and creative activities...