Mushroom Seminars Berlin-Brandenburg

Where in Berlin can you go on a mushroom foray? Which ones are edible and how do you prepare them the right way? This and much more is taught to the participants of the Mushroom Seminars Berlin-Brandenburg
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Foraying for mushrooms is a fun activity in fall for adults and children alike. Not only is it an outdoor thing with lots of fresh air, in the end you even get something great to eat!

Are there any mushrooms at all in a metropolis like Berlin? Of course there are! The seminars of Dirk Hamel and his colleagues will take you to places like Volkspark Rehberge, Großer Tiergarten or the Tegel Forest to scout for the best spots for mushrooms.

These mushroom seminars, sometimes done in association with the environmental group BUND are geared towards beginners and intermediates alike. In addition to suitable clothing, the participants should bring a well-ventilated basket, a knife and a paintbrush as equipment.

Additional seminars bring excursions to the greater Berlin area and mushroom cooking lessons at a Kreuzberg restaurant – the ideal place to make the best out of your edible spoils.

Editors Rating

Antidepressant Effect
5.00

Family/Group Suitability
5.00

Activity Rating
5.00

Fall Feeling
5.00

Total
5.00

Address

Friedrichstraße, 95, 10117, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Mitte

Info

Business Hours

Event

According to schedule

Important information

Price Level

Mushroom tour in Berlin 19,00 -29,00 euros, tours of several days from 149,00 euros, mushroom cooking courses on request

How to participate

Reserve by phone with the environmental organisation BUND under +49 30 78 79 000 or via the contact form on the website

Meeting Points

According to event, for example Volkspark Rehberge (Afrikanische Straße/Otawistraße); Großer Tiergarten (Tiergartenstraße/Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße); Tegeler Forst (Heiligenseestraße/Konradshöher Straße)

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