Un marché comme au Moyen Âge : plongez au cœur de l'agitation de la place du village-musée Düppel.
Imprégnez-vous du passé et partez à la découverte de la vie d'autrefois. La ville-musée de Düppel est le cadre idéal pour un marché de Noël médiéval. L'événement familial de ce village médiéval berlinois se déroule dans une ambiance où se mêlent spectacles de feu et artisanat.
Market with medieval charm
Troubadours , artisans such as glass bead makers and bronze foundry smiths amaze young and old with the creations they exhibit. Artists and fire eaters perform fascinating numbers under a shower of sparks.
At the market stalls you will also find original Christmas gifts such as ceramics, jewelry and beautiful furniture made from recycled materials. The exhibitors offer small works of art on linen fabrics, crafts and local products.
You can warm up with a glass of mulled wine, soup, and hot apple juice.
Activities for children
As in the Middle Ages, children can have fun while discovering the games of the past . They can also admire the animals on the site of the village-museum where medieval sheep (skuddes) and grazing pigs graze.
Life in the Middle Ages : You can experience the real life of a medieval village in the Düppel Museum Village . The houses and workshops were rebuilt as they stood in the village square at the end of the 12th century. Thus, the daily life of the inhabitants of the time comes to life. Markets and festivals take place regularly on the site of the village-museum.
The charms of Winterleben in the museum village of Düppel
- Medieval market in the museum village
- Fire shows
- Celebrate as before
- Pet animals
Our tips for your visit to the Winterleben in the museum village of Düppel
Not far from the Düppel Museum Village is the Dahlem Estate , where you can visit exhibits on food culture and traditional crafts while exploring the historic mansion. Every Advent weekend, a charming and family Christmas market takes place on the estate.
To contrast with the medieval atmosphere of the museum village, you can visit the Berlin Moderne style buildings in the Zehlendorf district. The Zehlendorf forest estate - “Onkel Toms Hütte” (Uncle Tom's hut) in the colorful Argentinische Allee is an interesting example of contemporary Berlin architecture from the 1920s. Lord Norman Foster's library at the Freie Universität testifies to this modernity. Guided tours are offered to all to admire the building nicknamed Berlin Brain.
Opening hours and prices
- Date: annulé
- Opening hours: attendu à partir de midi
- Admission: € 4 / € 2.50 (free for children under 18)
By car: The museum village is easily accessible by car via the Potsdamer Chaussee. Parking spaces are available at the entrance to the site.
By public transport: If you come by public transport, it is best to take the bus:
- Bus 115 Ludwigsfelder Straße stop
- Bus 118 or 622 stop Clauertstraße