Buschkrugpark in Britz is home to Berlins largest playground!
Starting directly at the metro station Blaschkowallee, the area extends over various themed playground areas up to the large meadows of the park and the forest-like hill. One of the climbing frames is guarded by a huge Dracula head.
In the forest areas there are various climbing and balancing courses. A large water playground is one of the highlights of the park during the warm months. It extends all the way downhill.
In addition, there are smaller sports areas for soccer, basketball and volleyball fans.
The many different climbing frames, slides, swings and sand areas offer opportunities for children of all ages and the surrounding meadows are perfect for toddlers and family picnics.
The underground station Blaschkowallee and the playground are barrier-free.
In the likewise barrier-free Café am Buschkrug (Mon-Sun 10am-8pm) you can get snacks, drinks, ice cream and there are toilets. A small children’s corner has also been set up here.