This is the Berlin children’s museum, a place to learn by playing and experimenting. Located in the old church of Eliaskirche, this children’s and youth museum is designed for an audience between 4 and 12 years old, where they can participate in different workshops, the mirror room, a traditional soap dish and even their own printing press. The old church altar is now an amphitheater where those who come to Berlin with children can admire different shows. There is also a large wooden maze through which it is possible to climb six floors.
Let your imagination fly in the middle of this sea of colored plastic blocks and fun articulated figures. Here you can not only observe the most representative buildings of the German capital, but you can also take them apart and put them together again and again. All this in addition to car racing, pirate ships, climbing walls and a giant pool of colored balls. In other words, fun guaranteed!
Located on the banks of the River Spree, this is the great park of East Berlin. They are a total of 160 hectares of parks, trails and forests, which border the river, also offering us to ride a pedal boat and navigate its calm waters. Also in this park there is a large area dedicated exclusively to children, with games of all kinds, from the classic slides to a great zip line. If you like history, this is the park where the monument to communist soldiers is located. And if you’re more than urban exploration, teenagers freaked out as they strolled through the remains of an abandoned amusement park.
A classic if we are talking about Berlin museums. Due to its archaeological exhibitions, this is one of the most interesting museums for small travelers, and also offers free admission for children under 18. Inside, great treasures of antiquity await you as the Altar of Pergamum is a colossal building built over 2,000 years ago or the reconstructions of the Astarte gate, which gave way to old Babylon. Stay tuned for your agenda because the Pergamon Museum regularly organizes recreational workshops aimed at children who visit it. If you go on a weekend we recommend you buy tickets online, as this will avoid long lines and you can enjoy the museum more.
This theme park is dedicated exclusively to entertain the most curious children. For this, this 100,000 square meter space has two concert halls, cinema, theater, indoor pool, parks, a forest to climb, an ecological island with a bathing lake and a space navigation center … if you read correctly! This is the largest family center in Europe and has indoor and outdoor areas, so you can visit in any weather, so you know there are no excuses!
If you travel with teenagers or pre-puberty, this museum will enchant you, a place where you will not only know the most curious secrets of the secret agents of the cold war but also learn about the world of espionage in the times of the internet and social networks. An ideal museum to visit with the family and to know the risks to which we expose ourselves without knowing it on the net and the precautions we have to take. Oh and there is also a gigantic laser maze to have fun like Tom Cruise in Impossible Missions! If you were interested in this museum you can get your ticket here right now!