Berlin offers a great variety of activities for families. Family friendly child care hours, day care for all, and diverse opportunities for recreation – Berlin is child and family friendly. Read more...
Labyrinth Kindermuseum "Learning by Doing" is the slogan of this museum that is part of the project Fabrik Osloer Straße. This museum cooperates with the Berlin Senate Administration for Education, Science and Research and is one of the leading children museums of Germany. Information in German can be found on their website. www.kindermuseum-labyrinth.de
MACHmit!-Museum für Kinder "Find out, try out, examine" – this museum allows children to experiment, be creative and learn through active exploration as well as encourages individual expression. Information in German can be found on their website. www.machmitmuseum.de
FEZ-Berlinis Europe’s biggest non-profit children, youth and family center in one of Berlin’s largest forest parks, Wuhlheide. It offers creative courses, fun and recreation while combining education, exploration and culture. FEZ addresses a variety of topics such as global learning, sustainable development, ways of living, ecology, technology, air travel as well as international encounters. Moreover, there are several events that take place every year, like the United Nations Weeks, the puppet theater festival, the Harry Potter events and many more. Information in German can be found on their website. www.fez-berlin.de
Domäne Dahlem / KinderDomäne There are many things to discover and to do on Domäne Dahlem for children of all ages. Most of the young visitors enjoy the farm animals – be it cows, pigs, sheep and goats, horses or chicken. But there are many more things to discover: Kids can watch the tractor doing farm work. Special events take place on weekends and during holidays, e.g. the Christmas market. And last but not least, Domäne Dahlem offers delicious treats for young and old in their farm store. Information in German can be found on their website. www.domaene-dahlem.de
Children Cirus Cabuwazi is a youth culture organization engaged in creative art education. It offers room for ideas and their realization to young people living in areas of social conflict. Cabawazi strives to promote social competences like a sense of responsibility, team spirit and fairness. Training at Cabuwazi is free of charge for all children from the age of nine upwards. More than 650 children and youngsters come every week to work out in the circus tent. Cabuwazi tents will be found at five different locations in Berlin. Information in German can be found on their website. www.cabuwazi.de
Grips Theater was founded in 1969 in West Berlin as part of the student movement. Today it is one of the Europe’s leading children’s theaters. Grips Theater performs sensitive and lively plays „for people of 5 and over“ and aims to address the needs, problems and desires of its audience. Here, the renowned musical Linie 1 was first performed in 1986 and has been a success ever since with performances in over 15 countries so far – and it is still being performed. Information in German can be found on their website. www.grips-theater.de