The Berlin Dungeon takes visitors on a journey through Berlin's horrible history, all the way from the Middle Ages through to the 19th century. You are invited to tread the thin line between fun and terror as you wander around the 2,500 square meters of dungeon located between Hackeschen Markt and Alexanderplatz. Different themed areas which revolve around real events from history will guide you along your way, along with nine different live shows performed in both German and English. If you manage to escape the Black Death by floating down a raft on the river Spree, you'll soon encounter the twisted Monk Pater Roderich, the legendary White Lady or Berlin's infamous serial killer Carl Grossmann. All of the characters are played by real Berlin actors.
LATES 2020 - The Berlin Dungeon Show for adults only
Berlin around 1830: In this bizarre after-work spectacle, the Berlin Dungeon takes its visitors to a nightmarish circus world. In the dazzling light of the circus ring, the director of Richter's Circus presents bizarre creatures and absurd creatures. But where do they come from? And what does the circus director really want to do with his guests? 60 minutes of thrills are guaranteed. The adult only shows start between 7 pm and 8 pm on the first Friday and Saturday of every month.
Information for school groups
The Berlin Dungeon takes you on a 60 minute journey that brings to life the captivating history of this capital city. Three teachers are entitled to free entry with each group.
|Tuesday - Sunday|