Berlin

Kollwitzplatz is a square and park named after and artist and former resident Käthe Kollwitz, with a replica of one of her sculptures. Situated in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg, Kollwitzplatz has lots of cafes which welcome small children. There is a great market there on Thursdays and Saturdays with lots of...

Landing Pad Berlin is for new comers and people planning to move to Berlin, at our events you can meet experts on life in Berlin and have your questions answered. "Landing Pad Berlin is a unique and vibrant community for expats and international professionals living in Berlin. Our members are instantly...

Mr. Barnaby’s Baby Babble is a vibrant international community for English-speaking families with young children in Berlin. They get together to learn and have fun, share knowledge and experiences of parenthood and find support and friendship. Mums and dads with children under the age of five comprise most of the members, including...

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Berlin is located in the Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz. Fun for all the family with 2 Lego rides, 10 Lego build and play zones, a 4D cinema and birthday parties. New for 2018 - LEGO NINJAGO City Adventure play area opening Easter 2018 where you can become...

Kids Corner Berlin is a cafe with a kid's play area. There are also numerous activities for kids from 0-8 years (music, dance, arts/crafts etc.) and courses/workshops for parents (first aid/fitness classes etc). Also breastfeeding classes for new mums and workshops for pregnant couples to help with all paperwork related to pregnancy...

Located in Berlin's charming Prenzlauer Berg, The Center is an international activity centre where children and young people can take classes in ballet, dance, jazz, acrobatics, musical theatre, acting and more. Classes are taught exclusively in English and are designed to suit different language levels ranging from total beginners to fluent...

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....