Kreuzberg Things To Do

With the sheer volume and range of attractions in Berlin, you could stay here for 6 months and never get bored.  If you have less time, and want to know which are the must see Berlin attractions, My Destination can help.

Berlin has 175 museums, 50 theatres, as well as countless historical monuments, memorial religious buildings, parks and gardens, zoos.  Well known attractions like the Brandenburger Tor and the UNSECO world heritage listed Museum Island are located around the corner from quirky galleries, museums and theatres.  My Destination Berlin is your guide to the best attractions that the city of Berlin has to offer.

Topography of Terror

Topography of Terror Kreuzberg, Berlin

Set out on the former site of the secret state police and SS headquarters, the Topography of Terror is a documentation centre detailing the European dimensions of the Nazi reign of terror.

Soviet War Memorial - Treptower Park

Soviet War Memorial - Treptower Park Kreuzberg, Berlin

The Soviet War Memorial is in impressively grand monument to the Soviet soldiers who lost their lives during the Second World War.

Mauermuseum - Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie

Mauermuseum - Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie Kreuzberg, Berlin

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At Checkpoint Charlie, one of the best known locations in the world sits the Berlin Wall Museum where you can learn all about the division of Berlin

Spectrum Science Centre

Spectrum Science Centre Kreuzberg, Berlin

If you are in Berlin with children this is the perfect place for you. Here your kids can embark on all manner of fun "experiments", keeping them busy while learning something in the process!

The Archenhold Observatory

The Archenhold Observatory Kreuzberg, Berlin

Admirers of stars, planets, and all things celestial will love this observatory at Treptow Park in Berlin. Check out the giant telescope on the roof and the massive chunk of meteor.


Questory Kreuzberg, Berlin

Questory's live room escape game will transport you into the middle of Cold War Berlin. Will you solve the case before the time runs out?

Jewish Museum Berlin

Jewish Museum Berlin Kreuzberg, Berlin

Located in Kreuzberg, this amazing Museum details around 2000 years of Jewish history in a stunning building designed by architect Daniel Libeskind.


Badeschiff Kreuzberg, Berlin

An outdoor floating swimming pool in the River Spree, the Badeschiff offers clean and safe swimming year round.


Tierpark Kreuzberg, Berlin

This sprawling zoo is located on the Eastern side of Berlin in Friedrichsfelde: a great place for families to spend a few hours animal-spotting and enjoying the beautiful natural surroundings.


Holy.Shit.Shopping. Kreuzberg, Berlin

Only on for two days, this design and craft Christmas market is the perfect place for creative types and lovers of all things hand made.


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