Wuhlheide Park, a large recreation and amusement park with an outdoor stage, playground, recreation centre, and Modellpark Berlin-Brandenburg provides an assortment of activities for all age groups. The park is on Berlin’s list of historical monuments.
Within the larger park, Model Park Berlin-Brandenburg offers a miniature version of the region it represents. Visitors can view over 60 highly detailed models of important buildings and landmarks from Berlin-Brandenburg. All of the models are produced at a scale of 1:25 and new models continue to be added over time. A miniature railway and miniature version of the U-Bahn can be seen making their way around the park.
The Model Park is closed during the winter months so check the official website to make sure it is open when you plan to visit. It has a small admission charge.
Wuhlheide Park was created between 1919 and 1932 based on designs by the director of the Treptower Garden Ernst Harrich Treptower. By setting up Wuhlheide Park, forest and park became united, taking the various needs and requirements of an urban forest into consideration. Sections of trees and garden were designed to provide space for people in search of quiet relaxation. At the same time, spaces for more energetic forms of recreation were also added. Sports and playing fields, playgrounds, a dance floor, a toboggan run and a swimming pool have been built.
In the late 1990s, a gradual restoration of the public park began. The pool has been extensively remodeled in the style of the twenties and the old military sites are now renatured.
Facts For Your Visit
Official Website: ModellparkFee: The park is free. Visiting the Modellpark Berlin-Brandenburg attraction requires a small entrance fee.
Many indoor and even some outdoor tourist attractions are temporarily closed due to the Global COVID-19 pandemic. If the hours of operation are shown below, they may not reflect these closures. Please verify hours with any attraction before visiting.
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How to get to Modellpark by S-Bahn + Tram
Nearest S-Bahn + Tram Line(s): S3 or S5 + Tram 27, 37, M17
Nearest S-Bahn + Tram Station(s): S Karlshorst
From S Karlshorst Station: Take any of the above Trams 2 stops south and walk into the park.
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