Things to do in Berlin with family

A trip to Berlin is complete with visiting its best tourist attractions. 

If you stay with family and kids, your itinerary will need some unique attractions. 

Fortunately, Berlin has many such places that will amaze your loved ones. 

Here are a few things to do in berlin with family:

Berlin Wall Memorial

The Berlin Wall symbolized the cold war, and its fall marked a significant moment in world history. 

The Berlin Wall Memorial is a must-see for any family visiting the city, as it offers a poignant reminder of the past and the importance of freedom.

Opening hours: 

Monday to Saturday: 8 am to 10 pm

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Brandenburg Gate 

This iconic symbol of Berlin is a must-see for any visitor to the city. 

Located in the city’s heart, the Brandenburg Gate is a great place to take photos and learn about the city’s history.

In 1788, then Prussian King Friedrich  Wilhelm II ordered its construction to beautify the Unter der Linden. 

After World War II and the construction of the Berlin Wall, the Brandenburg Gate became out of bounds.

It stood in the restricted wall area; neither West nor East Germans could visit it.  

After the reunification of Germany, the monument became a marker of unity.

Today Brandenburg Gate represents  Berlin in media and everywhere.

And you can visit the Brandenburg Gate and other similar locations.

Opening hours: accessible at any time

Pergamon Museum

This museum is home to some of the world’s most famous ancient artifacts, including the Ishtar Gate of Babylon, the Pergamon Altar and the market gate of Miletus.

It also has exhibits from the Islamic era: the Mshatta facade of the Umayyad Caliphate and the Aleppo room!

Pergamon Museum is great for families to learn about ancient civilizations and see some of the world’s most incredible historical treasures.

It also houses a temporary exhibition named Pergamon: the Panorama, a 360° diorama of the ancient city of Pergamon in Asia Minor.

As you enter the exhibition, you and your family will experience a bird’s eye view of an entire city. 

And that’s not all; other wonders await you at the Pergamon Museum.

Opening hours:

Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm

Monday: Closed


This massive park in the heart of Berlin is a great place for families to relax and enjoy the outdoors. 

It’s home to various recreational activities, including a playground and a boating pond.

Opening hours: 

Tiergarten is open daily from 9 am with free on-site parking.

The last admission is 30 minutes before closing.

German Museum of Technology

The German Museum of Technology is located in Berlin and is the largest technical museum in Germany. 

Established in 1982, it has a collection of more than 25,000 items covering more than two centuries of technological development. 

The museum is divided into twelve departments, including transportation, communication, energy, and optics, and includes exhibits such as trains, planes, automobiles, and historic machinery and scientific instruments. 

The museum has a hands-on section where visitors can experience interactive exhibits and experiments. 

The museum’s mission is to promote scientific and technical knowledge and inspire interest in technological progress among visitors of all ages.

Opening hours:

Tuesday to Friday: 9 am to 5.30 pm 

Saturday & Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm

Monday: Closed

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