What to do with children? our good addresses

Go green, visit a museum or even spend the day at the beach… Our selection of places to visit and others where it is good to visit during a family weekend. And there’s something for parents too!

44% of the city is dedicated to natural spaces, berlin One of the greenest capitals in Europe, and a huge playground for children. Take the whole family for a bike ride in the Grunewald Forest, a soccer game in the Tiergarten or a swim in the clear waters of the lake. In case of harsh winter, “keen tension», The German capital has more than one trick up its sleeve. Plan a trip to Legoland and climb to the top of the TV Tower. And between showers, the kids will have plenty of time to sip apfel shorley (Apple juice generously sprinkled with sparkling water) On the Kindercafe table!

go Green

Domaine Dahlem

Domaine Dahlem.
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A true corner of the Berlin countryside, this property is located in the beautiful residential district of Dahlem. Tractor rides, fields as far as the eye can see, kids loving to tease the pigs and goats. People also come there for family celebrations, depending on the program: competition for the best sausage, potato fair, pumpkin picking and other Christmas markets!

Domaine Dahlem, Königin-Lewis-Street. 49, 14195 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 6663000.

garden of the world

Garten der Welt.
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The “Gardens of the World”, as their name suggests, showcase the diversity of the world’s flora in various themed gardens. A must have for young children? Take the cable car and reach the heights of the park, and go bobsleigh (bobsleigh on rails) at speeds of over 50 km/h through the countryside.

garden of the world, Blumberger Damm 44, 12683 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 700 906 699.

Tempelhofer Feld

Tempelhofer Feld.
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This former airport was the site of the airlift that made it possible to supply supplies to the west of Berlin during the blockade of 1948–1949. Transformed into a park in 2010, its 355-hectare area now welcomes families and friends who try rollerblading on the landing strips, rolling in the grass and grilling sausages while a thousand kites fly by.

Tempelhofer FeldTempelhofer Damm, 12101 Berlin.


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Lose yourself in the 22 km2 of this forest located west of the German capital. In addition to family walks and picnics, younger children will love sliding down the giant dunes (Sandgrube). Older children will enjoy this tour dedicated to street art TeufelsbergAmerican listening stations during the Cold War.

GruenewaldFalterweg 1, 14055 Berlin.

visit the museum

Spy Museum

Spy Museum.
Deutsches Spionagemuseum Berlin

Berlin, city of spies? In any case, the city knows something about it. At the Spy Museum, kids learn to crack codes and hide between laser beams like ninjas. At the end of the tour, don a hairpiece, dark glasses, and a trench coat for a secret souvenir photo.

Deutsches Spionagemuseum, Leipziger Platz 9, 10117 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 398 200 451.

Video Game Museum

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A paradise for children and arcade fans, the Computerspielmuseum is dedicated to the history of video games. Nostalgic parents will rediscover the Game Boy and Atari consoles. A favorite for remodelling atmospheric teen bedrooms ninth decadeWith posters on the wall and Sega on the desk.

Computerspielmuseum, Karl-Marx-Allee 93a, 10243 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 609 88 577.


Inside the Judisches Museum, Anoha.
Yves Suxdorf

Inside the Judicature Museum, Anoha offers a free tour that shows the history of Noah’s Ark. Your cherubs walk through a 7 meter high wooden arch, crossing the path of 150 animals made from recycled objects. Between two educational centers, they slide down a slide or climb a ramp. Upto 10 years.

Anoha, at the Jewish Museum, Frommet-und-Moses-MendelssohnPlatz 1, 10969 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 259 93 300.

Explore the urban jungle

Zoologischer Garten

Zoologischer Garten, Berlin.
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To the south of the Tiergarten park, the zoo is set in 35 hectares of attractive gardens. Walk among lions, giraffes and giant pandas. The play area, which is very popular with children, is worth a visit alone.

Zoologischer Garten, Hardenberg P.L. 8, 10787 Berlin.


The Tierpark, spanning from the Zoologischer Garten to the east of the city, is home to one of the largest zoos in Europe. Its 160 green and bushy hectares are home to elephants, polar bears and pink flamingos.

tierpark, Am Tierpark 125, 10319 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 515 310.

Spend the day… at the beach!

Strandbad Wannsee

Strandbad Wannsee.
Elke A. Jung-Wolfe

Without shellfish or crustaceans, this beach is the most popular among Berliners. A beautiful lake, sand and fries are enough to create a beach-like atmosphere in summer. If you have older kids, let them splash around, and enjoy yourself a drink with a view. Wanxi TerrasenA restaurant overlooking the lake.

Strandbad Wannsee, Wannseebadweg 25, 14129 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 787 32 2350.

Strandbad Plötzensee

Built in 1922, this place retains a retro feel and offers homemade breakfast (curry wurst, burgers). Kids will love the fine sand, wooden pontoon for jumping into the water, water slides and bouncy castle. Treat yourself to the luxury of a lounge chair and browse amazing things image While the young swim. Open since May.

Strandbad Plötzensee, Nordufer 26, 13351 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 859 76 425.

And for parents?

Beer Garden BRLO

Beer Garden BRLO.
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Here, there is beer brewed on site in old ship containers, a sandbox and an ice cream vendor. Everything is ready in the urban park gleisdreik,

Beer Garden BRLO, Schonenberger Street. 16, 10963 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 555 77 606.

Golgatha Beer Garden

In this very beautiful Biergarten, located at the height of Victoria Park, enjoy German championship matches while drinking beer while the children play pétanque, or visit the swings in the nearby square.

Golgatha Beer Garden, KatzbachstraSe and, MonumentenStrasse, 10965 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30)785 2453.

Café M Nuen C

Café M Nuen C.
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Located in the Tiergarten, Café am Neuen See has one of the most beautiful beer gardens in the city. The beer is cold, the pizza dough is crisp. Kids can go sailing there, or have their grilled sausages in the sandbox.

Café M Nuen C, Lichtensteinallee 2, 10787 Berlin. As such. : +49 (30) 254 49 30

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