My three, nine and eleven year old had a great time making crafts, exploring the climbing structure, hall of mirrors and more. I enjoyed reading the photo displays about the first nation north Americans and a great cup of coffee!
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What to say - kids love it as there is a lot of action without a need for parents to steer. But all the interesting facts and stories are in German hence not accessible by international crowd. The labyrinth on the top floor is rather...More
It's far too expensive for what it is and they didn't accept credit cards..."oh the machine I broken..." we were told. The nearest cash machines then rip you off further with extra charges to withdraw cash. Total scam of a place!
I visited with my 4 year old and 11 month old children for a day. My 4 year old had a blast! There was a good variety of activities without being overwhelming. I enjoyed the seasonal theme they had throughout the museum. Fun art projects...More
If you want a place to let your kids run around, out of the weather, this place is perfect. The staff are amazing (there's a lot of them too) and all spoke English. There's a big climbing area for the kids to run around, a...More
Friends had given us plenty of kids-friendly tips for Berlin, but this one was not in the list. We found it because it was in the brochure for the Berlin 3 days museum pass. While spending a day in Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood, we gave it...More
This report is from a visit in summer 2015, but I think much remains the same. This is a children's art museum and activity center and a superb one. Located in a former church. Inside there is a curated art exhibition for children, several activities...More
The museum is a former church, that's why it has a high ceiling and an excellent climbing area up high for kids (and adults :)) any age. Plus there are other exhibitions, hands on crafts, there is a not so tuned piano on the first...More
My kids (3 and 6) had a great time there... they could touch absolutely everything they wanted, they played, they learned... I think it's a great place to take children. It's not so big but we stayed there a couple of hours having fun all...More
The museum is in an old church - that is pretty much the only nice and interesting thing about the museum. Not too much to see, I even found some of the employees unfriendly. There is a big "climbing" area for the kids, they liked...More