People relaxing in the grass above the Mauerpark Sunday flea market
People relaxing in the grass above the Mauerpark Sunday flea market cc licensed photo by Sagie

Mauerpark is a long narrow park renowned locally for its huge Sunday flea market and live entertainment, a tradition that draws 1000s of locals every Sunday.

The atmosphere is very lively and family-friendly.

Similar to Nordbahnhof Park, Mauerpark developed inside the space between two sections of the former Berlin Wall, a dreadful space where attempting to cross meant almost certain death. The park opened in 1994 on the 5th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

An 800 metre section of the wall remains as a monument and has turned into a canvas for graffiti artists, a significant part of the city’s urban culture.

The huge Friedrich Ludwig Jahn Sportpark, which consists of an outdoor stadium with covered stands, several more sports fields, and tennis courts flanks the east side of the park.

On Sundays, the park really comes to life with the outdoor musicians and flea market.

The famed Mauerpark outdoor flea market sets up in the southwest corner on Sundays .

The mostly private vendors sell a vast assortment of unique new and used merchandise - antiques, vinyl records, memorabilia from the GDR, clothing, bicycles, crafts and more. This is a good place to find some unique souvenirs.

Food stalls offer up tempting dishes from around the world. The choices are nearly endless.

Another tradition Mauerpark has become known for is Karaoke in the amphitheater every Sunday afternoon. This has been an ongoing event since when Joe Hatchiban started bringing a portable Karaoke system.

Weather permitting, he sets up by 3 pm offering a chance to sing in front of a few hundred cheering people, or just join in and cheer the other performers.

There are plenty of other activities to enjoy in Mauerpark, especially during the rest of the week when it is much quieter.

Facts For Your Visit

Fee: No

Mauerpark Hours:
Opening hours may differ on holidays

  • Monday: Open 24 hours
  • Tuesday: Open 24 hours
  • Wednesday: Open 24 hours
  • Thursday: Open 24 hours
  • Friday: Open 24 hours
  • Saturday: Open 24 hours
  • Sunday: Open 24 hours

Address: Bernauer Str. 63, 13355 Berlin, Germany

Phone: 030 60980018

Official Website: Mauerpark

Mauerpark Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 Star Rating

5 Star Rating The park itself is really nice. There’s tons of trees and shaded areas to sit on. We went there on a Sunday because of the famous Mauerpark market and it was pretty packed but enjoyable nonetheless
Gaston Hëlg - 3 weeks ago

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5 Star Rating Beautiful park and a lot of graffiti and murals. On Sunday, the park became like a big festival, a lot of people and so energetic! So much fun just hanging out there. I love this park a lot!

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5 Star Rating Great way to spend time on a sunday in Berlin. One of the greatest marketplaces yet. Something for everyone. From artisan products to antique finds.
Lenni Linnaranta - a month ago

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5 Star Rating If you’re visiting Berlin, you MUST go to Mauerpark on a Sunday!!! It was an absolute highlight and one of the best days of my trip to Berlin. Sundays have a flea market, food trucks, street performers, and an incredible feeling of community. We arrived around noon expecting to not stay more than a couple hours. We were there until 6pm!! We did several rounds of walking through the market stalls, bought from many small businesses, ate lots of good food, and drank beers. Later in the afternoon more street performers and artists line the park. Grab a seat on the grassy hills and enjoy the music or walk along the murals at the top of the hill! A little tip - there are people selling beers to those sitting in the grass and they are a little cheaper than the beer being sold in the stalls in the market.
Anna R - 8 months ago

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5 Star Rating It was a great experience visiting this park for the first time. Being Sunday there was a Sunday Market organized inside the park. Spent some good time in the park also. There were festive activities by the people in various groups. Some engaged in barbecue and others were having fun singing and dancing. There were a large number of food stalls presenting food of different nationalities
Khalid Hussaini - 12 months ago

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How to get to Mauerpark by U-Bahn, S-Bahn or MetroTram

Nearest U-Bahn, S-Bahn or MetroTram Line(s): U2, U8, S8, S42
Nearest U-Bahn, S-Bahn or MetroTram Station(s): U Bernauer Straße, U Eberswalder Straße, U Voltastraße, S+U Schönhauser Allee

For the south end of Mauerpark, walk west from Bernauer Straße or east from Eberswalder Straße.

For the north end of Mauerpark, walk east from U Voltastraße or west from Schönhauser Allee.

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