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Top 11 Minigolf Courses in Berlin

Surprisingly versatile

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Regardless of the weather and time of day, you can put your skills and feel for the ball to the test on 18 holes of minigolf. On green outdoor mini-golf courses or in indoor black-light mini-golf facilities, you can play with family or friends at reasonable prices. The environment also benefits, because unlike conventional golf courses, miniature golf courses do not have large grassy areas that require watering.

Tip 1: Nuture Art Minigolf at Tempelhofer Feld

Nuture Mini Art Golf Tempelhofer Feld mini golf
Nuture Mini Art Golf Berlin © visitBerlin, Foto: Janine Blechschmidt; Janine Blechschmidt

Art meets sport at the imaginative Nuture Art Minigolf. At the former Tempelhof Airport, the 18 golf holes consist of interactive works of art. The wonder worlds created by international artists glow, move, make sounds, spit water, act and react. The installations not only enchant you, but also make you think about sustainability, nature and science.

Where: Columbiadamm 79, Tempelhof

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Tip 2:  Blacklight Mini Golf DockX Tempelhofer Hafen 

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Black light mini golf immerses you in a dreamlike world of glowing colours. The combination of black light, neon colours and white golf balls creates an extraordinary spatial experience. The balls float weightlessly through the three-dimensional space. The facility was designed by artists who create plants, architecture and optical illusions with great attention to detail. In addition to the mini-golf course, DockX also offers an indoor playground for children, laser tag and a roof terrace with a bar.

Where: Ordensmeisterstraße 1-3, Tempelhof

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Tip 3: Citygolf Berlin in green Marzahn

Young people play mini golf
Miniature golf course © GettyImages, Foto: kali9

A trip to Citygolf Berlin is definitely worth it! Outside, you can play on 18 different holes. On the upper floor of the building, you'll find three individually adjustable golf courses with which you can set yourself your own challenges. Can you get the ball into the hole on all 50 variations? For a little more peace and quiet, there are board and parlour games in the pavilions and a small café next door called "Golferia", where coffee and cake tempt you. Just around the corner, you can explore the Gardens of the World after a fun game of golf.

Where: Wittenberger Str. 50, Marzahn

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Tip 4: Schwarzlichtzone in Kreuzberg

Minigolf © Getty Images, Foto: Katrin Sauerwein / EyeEm

Berlin's oldest black light mini golf course is located in the middle of Görlitzer Park. UV colours transform the former station building into a mind-expanding place. Experience a new sense of time and space on 18 individually and artistically designed lanes. The Black Light Zone offers a special service for children's birthday parties with matching snacks and decorated table. Tip: It's best to wear white shirts - then you'll really shine!

Where: Görlitzer Str. 1, Kreuzberg

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Tip 5: Minigolf and nature experience in Steglitz

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Family plays mini golf © GettyImages, Foto: Maskot

In the south of Berlin lies the dreamy Lankwitz community park with plenty of space to relax and play. The ten-hectare park has spacious meadows and an idyllic park pond with water birds. Playgrounds, sports fields and a mini-golf course enrich the offer. Once you've holed out on all 18 holes, it's worth visiting the animal enclosure, which is open to the public free of charge. Here you can see fallow deer, sheep and goats, among others.

Where: Paul-Schneider-Straße 52-58, Steglitz


Tip 6: 4D Adventure Minigolf in Neukölln

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At Laser Star in Neukölln, you solve tricky logic games as a team and get the golf ball to its destination. You'll find yourself in an oversized hamster wheel to set a game mechanism in motion. Unlike conventional mini-golf, there are 11 instead of 18 courses with individual puzzles.

Where: Karl-Marx-Straße 255, Neukölln

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Tip 7: Sporting challenge in Reinickendorf

Minigolf © GettyImages, Foto: Gonzalo Riestra/EyeEm

You can experience real passion for miniature golf at the Reinickendorfer Miniatur-Golfsport-Club e.V. Here, in addition to the regular opening hours, tournaments for teams and recreational players take place. It is even possible to take the German Sports Badge in the Coordination group. But even if you're not aiming for a long-term mini-golf career, you're welcome for a game.

Where: Weverstraße 42, Spandau

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Tip 8: Kiezküchen Minigolf in Moabit

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Adults play mini golf © GettyImages, Foto: Maskot

At the Kiezküchen mini golf, mini golf and delicious catering enter into a fruitful symbiosis. The facility is particularly suitable for celebrations of all kinds, where you can play a relaxed game and enjoy the food on offer at the same time. As a place of learning for young people and adults, the Kiezküche has a social focus and supports people with learning disabilities. The well-maintained mini-golf course includes plenty of benches to rest on. A selection of drinks and ice cream is available for visitors during regular operation.

Where: Fritz-Schloß-Park, Entrance Rathenower-/ corner Turmstraße, Moabit

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Tip 9: Between flowers and trees in Volkspark Wilmersdorf

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Girl plays minigolf © GettyImages, Foto: altanaka

The pretty mini-golf course is lovingly planted with flowers and bushes. Fenced in with trees and a hedge, the course is ideal for children. A small kiosk provides ice cream and snacks. The excursion can be combined with a walk through the Volkspark Wilmersdorf, where several playgrounds and even more flowers await you.

Where: Straße am Schoelerpark 35, Wilmersdorf

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Tip 10: Minigolfplatz Hasenheide in Neukölln

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Minigolf course © GettyImages, Foto: no limit pictures

In the Hasenheide you could play a relaxed game of mini golf in the atmosphere of a well-tended garden. The facility offers the regular 18 courses, with some doubled up to allow overtaking of slower players. In the middle of the city you will find a small oasis of calm with rose bushes. Ice cream and snacks are for sale on site. After the mini-golf, children look forward to the playground in the Hasenheide park, which is equipped with wooden figures from the fairy tales of "1001 Nights". An animal enclosure and a petting zoo are also not far away.

Where: Hasenheide 81, Neukölln

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Tip 11: Plura Minigolf at the Schäfersee Lake

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Girls play minigolf © GettyImages, Foto: kali9

This mini golf course is located directly on the idyllic Schäfersee lake. In the neighbouring Café am Schäfersee, you can sit and relax after your game and enjoy a coffee or something to eat. The lake is not too big, so a walk around it is suitable for the whole family. 

Where: Am Schäfersee, Reinickendorf

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Maria Grade


studied art history in Berlin and is at home in the digital world. For her, things get interesting where technology and sustainability meet art and architecture. As a child, she wanted to become a writer or journalist. Today she writes about the Berlin of the future for you. All posts