Learn­ing Via Play

Where Berlin - - SIGHTSEEING -

Thank good­ness for Berlin’s chil­dren's mu­se­ums, where your lit­tle ones can let off steam, keep warm, and learn at the same time. Each year the Labyrinth Kinder Mu­seum (this page) in Wed­ding rein­vents it­self for fam­i­lies to con­tin­u­ously dis­cover. Its cur­rent theme is con­struc­tion, with a child-safe con­struc­tion site in­spir­ing cre­ativ­ity, with ev­ery­thing from city plan­ning to pub­lic trans­port and build­ing. Head­ing east, you’ll find the MACHmit! Mu­seum für Kinder (this page) in Pren­zlauer Berg, with games fo­cus­ing on the works and life of painter Paul Klee (un­til 6 De­cem­ber). The per­ma­nent fit­tings also in­clude an old-fash­ioned soap and print­ing shop, a mir­ror room, and a huge climb­ing gym sur­rounded by arts and crafts sta­tions. Fun for the kids and a break for the par­ents are guar­an­teed.

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