Berlin for families

The kid-friendly Berlin tour

  • T-Rex Tristan
  • Kohlhoff Tower am Potsdamer Platz
  • Kurfürstendamm
  • Olympiastadion
  • Giraffen in Berliner Zoo

For this tour, plan in two days.

Start day one at Potsdamer Platz by taking Europe’s fastest elevator to the Panoramapunkt [1] on the 24th and 25th floors of the Kohlhoff Tower – the breathtaking view is a great introduction to Berlin. Then let the next generation live out their creative side at the nearby LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Berlin [2], Berlin’s most colourful indoor playground. Time for a break? Revive your energy levels while exploring the chocolate delights at Lindt Boutique [3] in the Mall of Berlin, just a short walk away. Then take the city railway to Brandenburg Gate [4] and rub shoulders with the celebrity wax figures gathered at Madame Tussauds [5].

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A short subway ride (U-Bahn) and you’re at Berlin’s natural history museum, the Museum für Naturkunde [6], to meet “Tristan” – one of the world’s best preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex skeletons. If you prefer, you can take the bus towards Alexanderplatz and enjoy the AquaDom & SEA LIFE [7], thrilling to the marine life in the largest cylindrical saltwater aquarium tank in the world. Or just around the corner, older family members can test their nerves on a journey through Berlin’s horrible history at the Berlin Dungeon [8]. And in Little BIG City Berlin [9] you can explore Berlin’s epic events and daily life through impressive interactive 3D models. For a special interactive journey, take a tour through the colorful world of computer games at the Computerspielemuseum [10].

Book your highlight tour of the famous Berlin Olympic Stadion [11] for the following afternoon – and view the 2006 World Cup venue and areas normally off-limits to the public, including the locker rooms and underground warm-up halls. After enjoying a relaxing break on the Ku’damm boulevard, slow the pace at the world-famous Zoo Berlin [12] – and don’t miss feeding time for the big cats! On rainy days, check out the Aquarium Berlin, Germany’s leading public aquarium with sharks, a six-metre-long black-tailed python, and a tropical Crocodile Hall with crocs and large lizards!

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