Handpicked by a Berlin Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Top 10 Things To Do with Kids in Berlin'.

Are you planning a family trip to Berlin and wondering what activities are suitable for kids? Look no further! Berlin is a vibrant city with plenty of family-friendly attractions that will keep your little ones entertained. Here are the top 10 things to do with kids in Berlin:

1. Visit the Berlin Zoo: Home to over 20,000 animals, including pandas, elephants, and polar bears, the Berlin Zoo is a must-visit for animal lovers of all ages.

2. Explore the Legoland Discovery Centre: Let your kids explore their creativity and imagination at this fun-filled indoor playground with Lego-themed rides and activities.

3. Check out the Museum of Natural History: Discover the wonders of the natural world at this interactive museum, where kids can learn about dinosaurs, fossils, and more.

4. Climb to the top of the Berliner Dom: Enjoy panoramic views of the city from the top of this iconic cathedral, which is sure to impress kids and adults alike.

5. Take a boat ride on the Spree River: Relax and enjoy a leisurely boat ride along the picturesque Spree River, passing by famous landmarks such as the Reichstag and the Berlin Wall.

6. Visit the DDR Museum: Step back in time and experience everyday life in East Germany at this interactive museum, where kids can try on vintage clothing and explore a recreated communist apartment.

7. Play at the Mauerpark: Let your kids run around and play at this popular park, which features a playground, basketball courts, and a flea market on weekends.

8. Explore the Tiergarten: Take a leisurely stroll through Berlin's largest park, where kids can enjoy playgrounds, picnic areas, and plenty of green space to run around.

9. Go on a bike tour: Discover the city on two wheels with a family-friendly bike tour, where you can explore Berlin's sights and attractions at a leisurely pace.

10. Enjoy a puppet show at the Grips Theater: Treat your kids to a magical puppet show at one of Berlin's oldest theaters, where they can enjoy classic tales and colorful characters come to life.

Magicum - Berlin Magic Museum

As you descend the stairs into the subterranean location of Magicum, the Berlin Magic Museum, you will be transported into another world.  A world in which powers exist beyond normal perception.  Explore subjects such as divination, incantation, alchemy, geomancy, herbs, potions and witches and learn about the magic rites present in the religions of the world. Throughout the labyrinth...

Lucia Christmas Market at the Kulturbrauerei

Lucia is the Nordic Goddess of Light and so naturally, this Scandinavian themed Christmas market in the Kulturbrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg is named after her. This huge former beer brewery is a great location for some hidden away markets, which are off the street and out of the wind. A really popular spot for the locals in the family-friendly area, tourists are also seen scanning the stalls for ...

Berlin Natural History Museum

Founded in 1810, the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, or Natural History Museum Berlin is the largest in Germany and one of the top five natural history museums in the world. With 30 million objects including over 270,000 in the museum's wet collection, the natural history museum of Berlin is bound to keep your attention for a good few hours.  One of the highlights is the 13.27m Brachiosa...

Aquadom & Sea Life Berlin

This is a great place to take the kids, especially on a rainy day.  Travel through 35 different displays, all cheerfully marked with fun facts and useful information as you go on a journey from local species to ocean and tropical sea creatures. Kids will love the interior and the cleverly mapped journeys, taking you past seahorses, jellyfish, catsharks, red lionfish, moray eels, lob...

German Museum of Technology

Alongside the five primary exhibitions (aerospace, navigation, rail transport, road traffic and photo technology), the German Museum of Technology also hosts small displays covering power, alcohol brewing, telecommunications, paper technology and writing and printing. The museum also has an exhibit of the month and museum park. The museum park is in the premises of the former freight de...

The Room - Live Escape Game Berlin

Launched in 2014, 'The Room' is quite simply, an outstanding example of the live room escape game.  Their games have been set up with a passion and experience which is second to none.  Upon entering you will be immediatly transported to to another world, with everything from the quality of the set design to the specially composed soundscape ensuring a truly immersive experience...

Zoologischer Garten Berlin - Berlin Zoo

With around 19,500 animals from 1500 different species, the Berlin Zoo has the largest collection of animals in the world.  Established in 1844 on the edge of the Tiergarten in Berlin's west, it also has the honour of being Germany's oldest Zoo.  With over 3 million visitors it is considered the most visited zoo in Europe and one of the most popular zoos in the world. Most of the animal...

Spectrum Science Centre

The Science Center Spectrum is a great place for children of all ages.  It is incredibly hands on, with over 150 interactive exhibits creating an incredibly rich and enjoyable experience.  As the kids make their way around the exhibits they will gain an understanding of some of the fundamental laws of nature, science and technical principles without even realising that they are learning!...

Beach Mitte

With 50 beach volleyball courts, Beach Mitte is the largest beach volleyball centers in Berlin and offers a great range of extra facilities including lockers and showers as well as a great beach bar serving food and drinks.  If volleyball isn't your thing don't dispair as there are a some great areas to sit in the sun and chill out with a beer or cocktail.  Open from midday on weekends, ...

Old Bulli Berlin - Sightseeing Tours

If you are looking to discover Berlin with a local and at the same time experience a little old world charm then you can't go wrong with Old Bulli Berlin. “Bulli” is the German name for the old VW bus or Combi van from the 70s or 80s. The company has many lovingly restored T2 models in different colors to choose from. Old Bulli Berlin offers a private exclusive tour with Bier, Sparkling Win...

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