Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Jüdisches Museum

In a landmark building by American-Polish architect Daniel Libeskind, Berlin’s Jewish Museum offers a chronicle of the trials and triumphs in 2000 years of Jewish life in Germany. The exhibit smoothly navigates all …
Top Choice Park in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Tempelhofer Feld

The airfield of Tempelhof Airport, which so gloriously handled the Berlin airlift of 1948–49, has been repurposed as one of the largest urban parks in the world. In this noncommercial open-sky adventure playground, …
Museum in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Deutsches Technikmuseum

A roof-mounted ‘candy bomber’ (the plane used in the 1948 Berlin airlift) is merely the overture to this enormous and hugely engaging shrine to technology. Fantastic for kids, the giant museum includes the world’s f…
Gallery in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

König Galerie @ St Agnes Kirche

If art is your religion, a pilgrimage to this church-turned-gallery is a must. Tucked into a nondescript part of Kreuzberg, this decommissioned Catholic church, designed in the mid-1960s by architect and city planne…
Gardens in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Prinzessinnengärten

Berlin's pioneering urban gardening project began in 2009 on this site on Moritzplatz, which had been abandoned for over 60 years. The nonprofit group Nomadic Green inspired a small army of volunteers to help turn t…
Park in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Park am Gleisdreieck

Berliners crave green open spaces, and this vast park reclaimed from a former railway junction is the latest in a string of urban oases. A railway line still separates the sprawling grounds into the wide-open Westpa…
Area in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Bergmannkiez

The Bergmannkiez in western Kreuzberg is one of Berlin’s most charismatic neighbourhoods, thanks to beautifully restored 19th-century houses and a bevy of owner-operated indie stores, restaurants, cafes and bars. It…
Arts Centre in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Kindl Centre for Contemporary Art

The rambling 1920s Expressionst-style Kindl brewery provides an atmospheric backdrop for changing international contemporary art exhibits, which are presented on three floors of the former powerhouse and in the boil…
Science Centre in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Science Center Spectrum

Why is the sky blue? Can you see heat? Any why does a plane stay up in the sky? Kids (and grown-ups!) can find the answers to these and other timeless questions in this annexe of the German Technology Museum. The fo…
Gallery in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Berlinische Galerie

This gallery in a converted glass warehouse is a superb spot for taking stock of Berlin’s art scene since 1870. Temporary exhibits occupy the ground floor, from where two floating staircases lead upstairs to selecti…