The Theodor-Wolff-Park in Kreuzberg is located directly at the southern end of Friedrichstraße and has been extensively renovated in recent years.
The park is now having a nice meadow, a fountain, a large football field with goals and basketball hoops and a great (water) playground.
In terms of design, the nicely laid out playground with numerous wooden elements is based on the “meadow” theme. There are wooden beetles and butterflies on many elements. There are climbing ropes in the form of a huge spider web and a small picnic corner in the form of leaves.
The playground is surrounded by a wooden climbing course. The heart of the playground is the large climbing frame with a suspension bridge, slide and much more. There is also a climbing frame with a slide for the very little ones.
There is a water pump in summer. The water flows into the sand over a stone area and transforms the place into a great water playground.
If you need a bit of a break, you can relax on one of the two hammocks and admire the beautiful elephant mural by Jadore Tong, which gives the playground a unique backdrop.
How to get there / public transport
You can reach the park from Hallesches Tor underground station (U1, U3, U6). There are elevators to all platforms. The elevator on the U6 is on Mehringplatz.
The M41 bus stops at Willy-Brandt-Haus, and it’s not far from there to the park.