Welcome to the Gärten der Welt! Take a walk through the Chinese Garden of the Regained Moon to the tropical flora of Bali: an oasis in the middle of Marzahn.Discovering culture through gardens
Erholungspark Marzahn is a large public park better known today as the Gärten der Welt , or Gardens of the World. It was opened in 1987 for Berlin’s 750th anniversary in what was still a divided city. Gradually the project came to include the Japanese, Balinese, Oriental, Korean and Christian gardens, as well as the Italian Renaissance garden and the Garden of the Regained Moon, which is Germany’s largest Chinese garden and symbolises the reunification of the city of Berlin. The plants in the Karl Foerster Shrub Garden bloom all year round. If fascinating plants, water features and temples are not enough, take a walk through the maze in the Gärten der Welt. Events at the Gärten der Welt
The TOP 10 of the Gärten der Welt
- The Japanese Garden
- The English Garden
- The cableway
- The open-air stage "Arena"
- The Renaissance garden
- The Balinese Garden
- The Oriental Garden
- The Korean Garden
- The Christian Garden
- The tropical hall
The Gärten der Welt are not just a place for beautiful garden designs. As well as enjoying a pleasant stroll you can also take a gastronomic journey, for example at a tea ceremony in a perfectly replicated Chinese, Japanese or Korean tea house. For weddings and other events, you can hire the reception room in the Oriental Garden or the stone boat in the Chinese garden.
The Gärten der Welt are the venue for many other events throughout the year, including the cherry blossom festival in spring, the Chinese moon festival with sparkling lamps in late summer, and Viva la Musica with concerts and fireworks. The backdrop couldn’t be more beautiful. The park staff offer guided tours of the gardens for botanical and cultural enthusiasts.