Open Air Cinemas

Open Air Cinemas

Cinema under the starry sky is a highlight in every summer. No matter if romantic classics or latest thrillers – lots of open air cinemas all around Berlin guarantee unique movie nights. With ice cream, popcorn and a warming blanket you are perfectly prepared for a great movie night.

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Visitors of this open air movie theatre, which is located in the Volkspark Friedrichshain, can look for a seat on the grassy ground or sit at tables. Visitors are...
The cinema in the courtyrad of the Künstlerhauses Bethanien is berlin's open air cinema. Every day another movie is shown, classics and current film, art house and...
The open-air Rehberge cinema with its 1,500 seats under a starry sky is one of the largest open-air cinemas in Berlin. From Wednesdays to Sundays, cartoons, German films...
Open air cinema at the Kulturforum near Potsdamer Platz, which presents last season's art house favourites on mild summer evenings. There is space enough for up to 1,000...
Relaxing in a hot tub and watching a movie? The first 1. Whirlpool Open Air Kino at Haubentaucher offers a new way of cinema. You take place in a tub for six and enjoy a...
The Balkonkino in Hellersdorf has been around since 1994. In 2005, the cinema moved to the Cecilieplatz in Hellersdorf. It shows four films over four weekends at the...
From June to mid-September, it's time once again for the free open-air cinema season at the Kulturfabrik. The "Windlicht" open air cinema can accommodate about 100...
This open air theatre is located in the park Hasenheide. Cult movies and current blockbusters are on the programme. You sit on seats and in case it rains the visitors...
The Insel open air cinema has taken up residence in the summer garden of Cassiopeia. This trendy neighbourhood club is located in south Friedrichshain on the former site...
The Kurpark Friedrichshagen offers films screenings several times a week. Up to 600 people can watch the latest films and hits from the past season here, while enjoying...
In the rear courtyard of Haus Schwarzenberg, classic films and cult favourites are presented in their original language with English or German subtitles. The seating for...
The film is scheduled, but the place is up in the air. The Nomadenkino still shows films on classic 35mm film. The technology consisting of two suitcase-sized...
The Heart of the 1950s rose garden in Weinsbergpark is the cultural pavilion. The space in front of the pavilion is a great place to relax and enjoy yourself with picnic...
One of the newest open-air cinemas in Berlin has risen in the remains of the Berlin Wall at the site of the former East German Progress Film Distributors at Ostkreuz....
Within the brick walls of the inner courtyard of the Spandau Stadtbibliothek (City Library), current films and favourites from the past year are presented under the open...
The open air movie theatre is located on the waterside of the lake Weißen See. Visitors may sit on wooden benches or canvas chairs and enjoy watching the movie. Drinks,...

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.