Labyrinth Children's Museum

Touch, try, jump, climb or knead - learning by doing is what Wedding's Labyrinth Children's Museum is all about.
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Labyrinth Kindermuseum, Ausstellung "1,2,3, Kultummel" | Foto: Ragnar Schmuck

© Labyrinth Kindermuseum, Ausstellung "1,2,3, Kultummel" | Foto: Ragnar Schmuck

Foto: Labyrinth Kindermuseum Berlin | Ulrich Sülflow

© Foto: Labyrinth Kindermuseum Berlin | Ulrich Sülflow

Labyrinth Kindermuseum, Ausstellung "1,2,3, Kultummel" | Foto: Ragnar Schmuck

© Labyrinth Kindermuseum, Ausstellung "1,2,3, Kultummel" | Foto: Ragnar Schmuck

Labyrinth Kindermuseum, Ausstellung "1,2,3, Kultummel" | Foto: Ragnar Schmuck

© Labyrinth Kindermuseum, Ausstellung "1,2,3, Kultummel" | Foto: Ragnar Schmuck

Labyrinth Kindermuseum, Ausstellung "1,2,3, Kultummel" | Foto: Ragnar Schmuck

© Labyrinth Kindermuseum, Ausstellung "1,2,3, Kultummel" | Foto: Ragnar Schmuck

The Labyrinth Children’s Museum Berlin at Osloer Str. in Berlin-Wedding has been around for 20 years and is a renowed out-of-school learning location in the center of Berlin. Here children can enjoy themselves with lots of fun and movement in the changing interactive exhibitions, projects and workshops. The exhibitions are full of action and favor children’s very own experiences.

Currently the exhibition “1,2,3, Kultummel” is shown, which offers a lot of fun for children from 3 to 11 years of age. In this exhibition, the museum deals with diversity. Considering developments of worldwide change and escape movements, children can pose questions and draw their own conclusions on the subject of cultural and human diversity. The theme is presented at various stations and pop-ups in the 1000 m² hall of the listed factory. The discovery of diversity begins on the great world tour with a visit to the six continents and thus offers the opportunity to change perspective.

On Friday afternoon, during the weekend and the Berlin school vactions, the 1000 square metres with the Wall of Senses, the maze and giant alphabet wait to be conquered by you. The museum also organizes birthday parties. No matter what your pick will be – a visit at the Labyrinth Children’s Museum will spark up your imagination!

Editors Rating

Excitement Factor
5.00

Activity Factor
4.50

Learning Factor
4.00

Diversity Factor
5.00

Total
4.63

Address

Osloer Str., 12, 13359, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Mitte

Info

Business Hours

Opening times for individuals

Friday

13:00 pm - 06:00 pm

Saturday

11:00 am - 06:00 pm

Sunday

11:00 am - 06:00 pm

Important information

Age Requirements

The permanent exhibition is suited for children aged 4 and up, the theme parties usually recommended for ages between 5-11.

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