An­i­mal Farm

Where Berlin - - SIGHTSEEING -

Where does our food come from? Domäne Dahlem, an 800-year- old piece of agri­cul­tural par­adise in a pastoral cor­ner of Ber­lin, is a func­tion­ing farm (they call them­selves an ope­nair mu­seum) ded­i­cated to giv­ing both kids and grown-ups a peek into liv­ing off the land. Ad­mire the re­stored, 1500s manor house and the charm­ing old sta­bles, say hello to all the an­i­mals, ad­mire their veg­gie gar­den, or watch live de­mon­stra­tions of tra­di­tional skills like black­smithing and tex­tile weav­ing. On 20 and 21 Septem­ber, it’s time to cel­e­brate the good ole whole­some potato! Har­vest your own, dig into a steam­ing spud fresh from the fire, or en­joy the fun stage per­for­mances and or­ganic mar­kets fea­tur­ing ev­ery imag­in­able potato shape and color. Köni­gin- Luise-Str. 49. T: 030 6663000.­maene- U Dahlem Dorf

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