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11 places in Berlin that you can visit with your child in bad weather

Unfortunately, these prejudices about Berlin are true

If it is wet, cold and an icy wind is blowing, the usual walk to the playground around the corner or in the park with the little ones suddenly seems less tempting. But don’t worry, the only alternative when it is raining, muddy and windy does not mean pulling a blanket over your head, waiting and drinking tea, because Berlin has a lot to offer children and adults even in bad weather!

The Kindaling colleagues have given some warm thoughts and put together a best-of selection of activities that Berlin offers for parents, grandmas and grandpas, aunts and uncles, big siblings and babysitters accompanied by children (or even without the offspring) has ready.

© Milk parlor Milk parlor

Music for children and adults from punk to pop, from ska to jazz and from rock’n’roll to hip hop. The milk salon invites to various music clubs in Berlin to play a series of music that aims to bring music closer to children (and adults). Singing along and dancing is just as welcome as asking questions or getting to know and admire the musicians and instruments.

  • Different venues in Berlin
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© Galli Theater Watch fairy tales in the Galli Theater

It was a long time ago … But even today, fairy tales such as sleeping Beauty, Hansel and Gretel, Snow White and the Bremen Town Musicians brought on stage. If you want to be in the spotlight yourself, you can also take part in theater and holiday courses in the “Theata with Heart”.

  • Galli theater
  • Oranienburger Str. 32, 10117 Berlin
  • More info

© Krumulus bookstore and exhibition space for children: Krumulus

A visit here will probably not be enough, because in addition to a bookstore with a select range of children’s, youth and picture books, from which the reading room also reads aloud, the Krumulus has its own gallery designed for children with changing exhibitions, in which works of art , Pictures and objects are admired and explained in a child-friendly way. And that’s not all: In the printing workshop, children can get creative themselves, experiment and try out different printing techniques. Courses can e.g. can be booked through Kindaling.

  • Krumulus
  • Südstern 4, 10961 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 10am to 6pm, Saturday: 10am to 4pm
  • More info

© Brae Talon On a journey of discovery into the labyrinth children’s museum

An interactive pleasure for children from three to eleven years old and parents who want to end a conversation undisturbed in the attached café. The children’s museum is more like a large discovery paradise, in which the child can move his body extensively. The motto is very clear here "Learn by doing it yourself" and the changing exhibition themes are also implemented in the same way.

  • Labyrinth Children’s Museum
  • Osloer Strasse 12, 13359 Berlin
  • Friday & Saturday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday & Holidays 11 am–6pm; during the Berlin school holidays: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday & Holidays 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

© Bernau LIVE | FlickrCC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Admiring acrobats in the Karakuli circus

"Karakuli", a Russian word that means "doodle" in German. The Russian name was deliberately chosen for this Franco-German circus, which invites children of all nations to multicultural exchange – gymnastics on the trapeze, jumping on the trampoline, balancing on the rope, swinging in a cloth or juggling with balls. Vacation courses are also offered in the Karakuli Circus.

  • Circus Karakuli
  • Reuterstr 27, 12047 Berlin
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© Markus Spiske | Unsplash painting and handicraft fun for children in painting fish

The children’s art shop Malfisch also has something for the very small fish in the program: At the weekly baby gathering in the play café and various baby courses, playful first times – and let’s call it times "According to tests" made. For those who are a little more experienced in handling pens and crafting tools and who can already hum, buzz, babble, stomp and clap, creative courses are offered that are supervised by artists and educators. You can e.g. courses book through Kindaling.

  • Malfisch
  • Fuldastr. 42, 12045 Berlin
  • Monday – Wednesday: depending on the course program, Thursday – Saturday: 10 am–6pm, Sunday: rental and celebrations
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© MACHmit! Museum On the giant climbing shelf in the MACHmit! Climb museum

Like many other museums, this children’s museum has changing exhibition themes that are also interestingly prepared for adults. The absolute highlight remains – in addition to the small but fine mirror labyrinth (parents or other caregivers absolutely have to go in, it is extremely funny), the soap workshop and the printing house – the gigantic climbing shelf under the church roof.

  • MACHmit! museum
  • Senefelderstrasse 5, 10437 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • € 5.50 per person from 3 years, reduced € 3.50 for children from 2 years
  • More info

© Kerstin Musl Open-air museum and organic farm in the Dahlem domain

The Dahlem domain: organic farm, open-air museum, a place to switch off from everyday stress. In addition to the interactive exhibition “From the field to the plate” with its own area "children domain" Dahlem Domain always comes up with a special program for different seasons.

  • Domain Dahlem
  • Königin-Luise-Strasse 49, 14195 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Friday: 1–5pm, Saturday & Sunday: 10 am–5pm, Monday: closed
  • More info

© Theresia Koch Discover real detective secret knowledge in the spy museum

Whether »The three. «,» Detective Conan «or» The School of Magical Animals «, detective stories are very popular with boys and girls. In the spy museum on Leipziger Platz you can try to decipher secret codes and secret languages, hack your favorite website or test your skill on the laser course.

  • German Spy Museum
  • Leipziger Platz 9, 10117 Berlin
  • Monday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • More info

© Schwalbe room Children’s and adult courses in the Schwalbe room

Creativity, sustainable consumption, learning innovative things and conscious relaxation are very important in the Schwalbe area. In addition to coffee and homemade cakes, this extraordinary children’s café offers a variety of courses for babies, children and adults. For example baby massages, theater courses for children or an Ayurvedic cooking class for adults. But the wellness, fitness and cultural programs are also very popular here. Courses can e.g. can be booked through Kindaling.

  • Schwalbe room
  • Winsstrasse 9, 10405 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 10 am–5.30pm
  • More info

© Spatzenkino To the Spatzenkino in Moviemento

Cinema is not just something for adults, in the Spatzenkino children from the age of 4 are carefully introduced to the cultural center of cinema, the medium of film and thus to a great cinema experience. Once a month the Spatzenkino visits the Moviemento and the Central Cinema on weekends to present their program to young cinema fans. During the week, kindergarten groups and school classes are invited to watch the film program, which changes on a monthly basis, in different cinemas across Berlin, each on a specific topic elaborated by the Spatz team. Cartoons, documentaries and real films are shown. Well then, film off!

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