Attractions

Attractions

Enjoy the view of the southern sky with a glass of wine, dive through the ocean in an elevator, or snuggle up to Brad Pitt, the Hollywood heartthrob. You don’t need to book a trip around the world to experience all of this. Instead, all that you need is a ticket to Berlin. While there, make sure to visit the capital city’s countless attractions: the planetarium, the aquarium and the wax work museum, amongst many others. It is guaranteed to be an unforgettable trip.

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The DDR Museum is the sixth most visited museum in Berlin and introduces its visitors to the history of everyday life in the GDR. A must-see!
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Sinister, musty, eerie – only a chamber of horrors would advertise itself that way. Although a lot of kids and teenagers like getting creeped out, their parents should...
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The training temple of the future with one of the largest LED screens in Germany. Futuristic design meets virtual workouts . Admission free!
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Treat yourself to an unforgettable experience in a unique 7-meter long Trabant limousine in a class of its own. Privat guided City Tours as your Berlin highlight with...
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The first museum of BODY WORLDS invites to a unique journey through life and inspires to discover the stunning structures of the human body.
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Our lifts only require 40 seconds to take you up 203 metres, where you can enjoy a cocktail as you take in the fantastic views.
There aren't enough superlatives to describe the Archenhold Observatory. This is the oldest and largest public observatory in Germany, and home to the longest moveable...
Below street level, Berlin is riddled with holes like Swiss cheese! A former bunker located at the U-Bahn station Gesundbrunnen offers plenty of information about all...
The Domäne Dahlem is an open-air museum for agricultural and food culture with a strong focus on ecology, right smack in the middle of Berlin. The former manor can look...
About 20 minutes away from the Berlin center by s-bahn, amidst a large parc in the woods, there is the children's and youth's leisure centre and the county's music...
The Reichstag dome, the roof terrace and the German parliament attract visitors from all over the world. Join the official tours through the historical building, watch...
After all, it's hard to see all of a city as big as Berlin. All the streets, large buildings and never-ending traffic might make younger visitors feel a bit confused and...
An eerily bizarre sight can be found deep under Hackesche Höfe. Pass through an arched gateway covered in street art into Germany’s largest enclosed courtyard to come...
The Olympic Stadium is the central venue for major events in Berlin and also serves as home field to the football club Hertha BSC Berlin. Architecture and history of...
A crown is just a hat that lets the rain in. These words spoken by Frederick the Great demonstrate modesty. It was without any pomp and circumstance, yet with discipline...
Since the opening for the Federal Garden Show (BUGA) in 2001, Volkspark Potsdam has become one of the most popular leisure parks in the region, offering many options for...
This combination of public observatory and large planetarium is like no other in Europe. Set on Insulaner hill in Berlin's Schöneberg district, it is an ideal place from...
From your comfortable seat at the Zeiss-Großplanetarium, just a stone's throw from the Prenzlauer Allee S-Bahn station, you can view the night sky without any clouds...
Just behind the entrance is the tank containing the koi ornament carps. All around there are children and adults sitting and putting their hands into the water, because...
At the CineStar IMAX Sony Center on Potsdamer Platz, films for audiences young and old are shown on Berlin's largest screen with the world's best 3-D technology. Whether...
The action’s taking off at the city’s oldest cart track! At Kartland in Berlin’s Reinickendorf district, the small motorized sports cars speed along quickly and with...
The indoor play space at KIDS PartyGames offers children from babies just starting to crawl up to age 12 a lot of fun, whatever the weather. In a massive space covering...
The fantasy worlds of Schwarzlicht Minigolf (black light mini-golf) in Görlitzer Park in Kreuzberg have little in common with traditional mini-golf except the playing...
Kino International – © Yorck Kinogruppe

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.