Shall We Play?

Where Berlin - - SIGHTSEEING -

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

(SCHöNEBERG)

Kids love jump­ing around, and this ad­ven­tur­ous play­ground on Win­ter­feldt­platz is

made en­tirely of bouncy rub­ber sheets.

THE ARKONAPLATZ PLAY AREA

(PREN­ZLAUER BERG)

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.

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