Things to Do in Berlin with Kids


Berlin may be known as a city of modern history and art museums, but it's also a great destination for a break with the family. Whether you want to take a journey under the sea in the heart of the city or the kids want to get hands-on with interactive attractions, there's plenty to do with kids of all ages, simply check out our guide of things to do in Berlin with Kids on the Berlin Pass.

Madame Tussauds

Get up close with your favourite celebrities, sports heroes and historical figures. With over 120 fascination and life-like wax figures, Madame Tussaud's is one of Berlin's top family-friendly attractions. Now including a new immersive STAR WARS exhibition featuring 11 of the franchise's iconic heroes and villians in authentic walk-in scenes, the kids will love rubbing shoulders with their favourite stars and characters!

Berlin Dungeon

One for the older kids - this must-see attraction brings 700 years of Berlin's gruesome history to list thanks to theatrical actors, special effects, 360° stages and scenes as well as a full-sensory experience. With 10 live shows including a river raft, Elavator of Doom, Torture Chamber and Lost Catacombs, a visit to the Berlin Dungeon will have you laughing and on the edge until the very end! 
Please note: Children under the age of 14 need to be accompanied by a responsible adult. We recommend that the Berlin Dungeon is not suitable for children under the age of 10. Entry is at the parent´s/ guardian´s discretion. Children under the age of 8 are not allowed to enter.

Aquadom & SEA LIFE Berlin

Journey under the waves with a visit to the much-loved SEA LIFE Berlin. Home to over 5,000 fascinating sea creatures, with 35 lifelike natural salt and fresh water pools and habitats, including touch pools, visitors can journey through the waters of the River Spree to the depths of the Atlantic Ocean, in the centre of Belin! Don't miss the Aquadom, the largest free-standing cylindrical aquarium in the world!


Kids and adults will love discovering Berlin's extensive and varied history in miniature form! Bringing life to Berlin's rich history, with amazing attention to detail and research, LITTLE BIG CITY features beautifully crafted 3D miniature sets reinvented on a new and bigger scale. The miniature cityscapes span 700 years of Berlin history including Earyl Medieval, the Age of Industry, the Weimar Republic, Berlin during and after World War II as well as the Cold War and Modern Berlin.

Legoland Discovery Centre

Dive into the biggest LEGO® Bricks Box in the world! With over 4 million bricks to play and build with, kids and adults will love indulging their creativity in this giant playground. Don't miss a LEGO® Factory Tour, visit the 4D Cinema and stop by the Model Builders Workshop! The perfect pitstop for the whole family.
Please note: Adults must be accompanied by a child to visit this attraction. Children under the age of 3 can enter for free. Children between 3-5 years old must purchase a ticket.

There's so much to see and do in Berlin whether you're travelling with young children or older teenagers. Have a look at the full list of included attractions on the Berlin Pass and start planning your trip now!