Shall We Play?
Berlin kids are lucky kids: The city invests ample money and creativity into making its playgrounds spectacular, and each of the 2000+ play areas has its own personality and theme. Here are our favorite five:
DRAGON PARK (FRIEDRICHSHAIN)
This small playground hidden between two buildings at Schreinerstr. 48 features a green dragon you can walk into and slide down, plus
climbing facilities galore.
THE RUBBER PLAYGROUND
Kids love jumping around, and this adventurous playground on Winterfeldtplatz is
made entirely of bouncy rubber sheets.
THE ARKONAPLATZ PLAY AREA
Tunnel slides, cableways, climbing towers, and jumping mattresses are just some of the attractions you will find at this 1600-square-meter play park.
THE SNOW WHITE PLAYGROUND (CHARLOTTENBURG, MOMMSENSTRASSE)
There’s the prince’s castle with real rooms and lots of ladders and slides, the dwarves’ house, and the mine with a real water pump so kids
can splash around on hot days.
THE SHIP PARK (KREUZBERG)
Pirate kids will enjoy the gigantic pirate ship
inside the Görlitzer Park playground.