Britz Castle Park

The Britz Caste was originally built as a manor house. Today it serves as a museum space with a permanent exhibition on representative living culture of the Wilhelminian period as well as regular temporary exhibitions and cultural events. 

There is so much to discover during a walk through the picturesque castle park. The oldest Gingko tree in Berlin is located here. The paths lead past a fountain, a tea pavilion, various sculptures and a rose garden. Some parts of the park have a dense tree population, so that it is pleasantly cool on the paths and meadows even on warm summer days. 

The real exiting part for kids, though, is the restored farm estate. It has become home to local domestic animals such as horses, cows, goats and sheep. 

Useful Information

Free admission (castle park)

Opening hours Castle Park

Tuesdays to Sundays from 11am-6pm
on public holidays (Easter, Ascension Day, Whitsun, Day of German Unity)
closed on 01.01 ; 24.12 ; 31.12

Barrier-free access