The weather doesn't always play along as we would like. If you still don't want to stay at home, here are the perfect tips for you. These indoor activities guarantee fun and variety. Here you can find more activities for all ages and fitness levels. Let's go!
Please show responsibility, wear your masks and follow the hygiene rules of the organizers. Read our FAQs to stay informed about the current regulations. Berlin is counting on you! #vaxnvisitBerlin #vaxnvisit
Tip 1: Trampoline halls in Berlin
You can really let off steam in one of Berlin's numerous trampoline parks. Let yourself be catapulted into the air and maybe even try a somersault in the air. Various jumping areas with extra offers, such as basketball or jumping pits padded with foam promise fun and variety. Some trampoline halls also offer climbing parks for particularly active guests. There are now six trampoline halls in Berlin.
- JUMP House
- Miraustraße 38, Reinickendorf
- Sprung Raum
- Malteserstraße 139-142, Tempelhof
- Landsberger Straße 217/218, Hellersdorf
- Caroline-Michaelis-Straße 8, Mitte
- Allee der Kosmonauten 30, Marzahn
- Königshorster Straße 11-13, Reinickendorf
Tip 2: Indoor surfing at Wellenwerk
Surfing in Berlin? Of course! At Wellenwerk you will find the perfect surfing conditions. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, the artificial wave can be adjusted to your skills at the push of a button. And with 26 degree warm water, it's not a big deal to fall off the board. For those who just can't get enough after a first ride on the wild wave, various courses are offered.
Where: Landsberger Allee 270, Lichtenberg
When: By appointment only
Tip 3: Indoor Skydiving in Berlin
Flying is your dream: Then dreams will come true for you in Berlin. Not far from the new BER airport, you'll find one of the largest wind tunnel facilities in Germany. The airflow will carry you up to 15 meters high, where you can float or do somersaults as the mood takes you. You don't need any special previous knowledge. Trained instructors will teach you the necessary basic knowledge. And you can also borrow the appropriate equipment such as helmet, ear protection and goggles on site.
- Hurricane Factory Wassmannsdorfer Allee 3, Schönefeld, Germany
- Windobona, Landsberger Allee 268, Lichtenberg
Tip 4: Bouldering in Berlin
You don't need ropes or hooks for bouldering. You can usually borrow shoes in the halls - and in a pinch, you can even start out with clean indoor shoes. Because bouldering is only a few meters above the ground - which is softly padded, of course - this sport is also ideal for beginners. But beware: It is still strenuous to shimmy up and along the walls. There are usually different routes with different levels of difficulty. A sense of achievement is guaranteed!
In Berlin, there are now so many bouldering halls that we can no longer list them all. Here is our selection:
- Berta Block, Mühlenstraße 62, Pankow
- Bouldergarten, Tor 4 Thiemannstraße 1, Neukölln
- Boulderklub, Ohlauer Straße 38, Kreuzberg
- Boulderworkx, Berliner Straße 46, Wilmersdorf
- Bright Side, Wilhelm-Kabus-Straße 40, Tempelhof-Schöneberg
- Cliffhanger Boulderlounge, Spandau
- Der Kegel, Revaler Straße 99, Friedrichshain
- Magic Mountain, Böttgerstraße 20, Mitte
- Südbloc Boulderhalle, Großbeerenstraße 2-10, Tempelhof
- South Rock Kletterhalle, Trachenbergring 85, Marienfelde
Tip 5: Skate Hall Berlin
No matter on which wheels you move - whether skateboard, wheelchair or skates - in the skate hall you will find the perfect challenge. There is an area for mini-ramps, a 400 square meter bowl and a street course with plenty of space for free skate sessions. You can improve your skills in workshops and training sessions, for example in the After Work Skate Sessions for adult beginners and returners.
Where: Revaler Straße 99, Friedrichshain
Tip 6: Indoor playgrounds
Little bundles of energy will find plenty of space to jump, play, climb and build in Berlin's numerous indoor playgrounds. Depending on the location, there are also indoor soccer fields, climbing areas, a ball pool, a maze or even a small stage where the kids can also let off steam creatively. The littlest ones are allowed to explore with all their senses in the protected toddler area.
- Bim & Boom Kinderspielland, Beilsteiner Straße 109, Marzahn
- Tommy turbulente Tobewelt, Roelckestraße 105, Weißensee
- Kutumba Familienerlebniswelt, Märkische Allee 176-178, Marzahn
- Dockx Freizeitcenter, Ordensmeisterstraße 3, Tempelhof
- Jolos Kinderwelt, Am Tempelhofer Berg 7d, Tempelhof
- Bambooland Spandau, Nonnendammallee 117, Spandau
- Kidsplanet, Damschkestraße 4, Charlottenburg
Tip 7: Bowling
Originally, bowling originated from the European "Kegeln". German and Dutch immigrants had brought it across the Atlantic to the New World. Now there are more bowling alleys in Berlin than you have bowling pins to knock down in the game.
- merican Bowl Berlin, Märkische Allee 176-178, Marzahn
- Berolina Bowling Lounge, Kleiststraße 3-6, Schöneberg
- New City Bowling Hasenheide, Hasenheide 8, Neukölln
- Bowling World Berlin, Mercedes Platz, Mildred-Harnack-Straße 13, Mitte
- Bowling Center am Roten Rathaus, Rathauspassagen, Rathausstraße 5, Mitte
- Bowlero Bowling Berlin, Samariterstraße 19-20, Friedrichshain
- Bowl Play Berlin Hallen am Borsigturm, Am Borsigturm 2, Treptow-Köpenick
Tipp 8: Kart fahren
It smells of gasoline and the engines roar. Fans of racing and speed get their money's worth when karting in Berlin. After a short briefing, off you go. Put on your helmet, get in the car and step on the gas! Your time will be measured. And when you're a little more advanced, you can do some real racing.
- Berlin Kart, Werbellinstraße 50, Neukölln
- Mobikart Fun Racing, Plauener Straße 161,Hohenschönhausen
- Kartland, Miraustraße 62-66, Reinickendorf
Tip 9: Lasertag
One of the most spectacular indoor settings for laser tag in Berlin is the underground bunker at Anhalter Bahnhof. The approximately 2500sqm playing area was actually once an air raid shelter. Now it is a modern equipped facility with numerous game variations, from lasertag to escape games. In fact, laser tag was developed by the U.S. military in the 1970s for training and exercise purposes. The gaming industry picked up the concept and in 1984 the first laser tag arena opened in Dallas. In the meantime, several indoor arenas have also been established in Berlin. In most you can play as a group, but you can also book in as an individual.
- Underground Lasergame, Stresemannstraße 95Y, Kreuzberg
- LaserTec Berlin, An der Industriebahn 2, Weißensee
- Lasergame Berlin, Nordhauser Straße 26, Charlottenburg
- DockX, Ordensmeisterstraße 1-3, Tempelhof
Tip 10: Black light mini golf
Immerse yourself in brightly colored fantasy worlds: Although the ball and club shine in neon colors in black light minigolf, the environment itself is almost more fun than putting the ball in the hole. Tracks, walls and the entire interior merge into a three-dimensional spatial installation. There, even waiting for the next free lane becomes a pleasure.
- 3D Black Light Mini Golf, direkt am Tempelhofer Hafen, Ordensmeisterstraße 1-3, Tempelhof
- Black Light Mini Golf, Görlitzer Straße 1, Kreuzberg
- Schwarzlicht Insel Berlin, Goerzallee 190, Steglitz
Tip 11: Escape Rooms & Exit Games in Berlin
You are playing against time. Whether you have to defuse a bomb or escape monsters from a dimly lit room, you have to solve the puzzles as quickly as possible, crack the number combinations and open the locks and doors to the next room. In Berlin, so many different providers have now established themselves that we have compiled the top 11 for you in a separate blog post.