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Britzer Garden in Plain English

Welcome to the Britzer Garten website in simple English!

Learn all about the Britzer Garten and what you can do there.

 

Find out

-        how much it is to get in

-        when it is open

-        how to get there

-        how to visit if you can't walk

-        how to get in touch with us

and look at a map of the Britzer Garten.

 

What is the Britzer Garten?

 

Learn what you can do here.

The Britzer Garten is a very natural park.

It has a lake in the middle, and lots of grass.

You can go for walks, exercise and relax.

 

A park train runs all over the park.

The stations are by the main gates.

You can get on and off the train at all stations.

 

You can also see animals at the Britzer Garten.

We have cows, goats, donkeys and other animals.

You can't touch them.

 

You can also play and see lots of art.

You can do many things in the Britzer Garten.

There are also often festivals and other events here.

 

We will be happy to help you with planning your visit.

You can go on a guided tour of the park, for example.

Are you interested in an event?

You can ask questions at the gates where you pay to come in.

You can also call us.

Learn more at the bottom of the page.

 

We are looking forward to meeting you.

 

How much is it to get in?

 

Learn how much it is to get in.

 

The summer and the winter prices are different.

There is not so much to see in the winter.

There are not so many flowers.

That is why you pay less in winter.

Winter prices (beginning of November to end of February):

€2

concessions €1

 

Summer prices (beginning of March to end of October):

€3

concessions €1.50

 

Who pays less money (who gets "concessions")?

 

You pay less money if:

 

you are still at school and can prove this (with a student ID pass)

you are disabled

(you can show us a disabled person's pass and have a disability of at least 50 percent)

you have a Berlin Pass

 

When is the Britzer Garten open?

 

The Britzer Garten opens at nine o'clock in the morning every day.

The pay windows close around an hour before it gets dark.

In the summer, that is eight o'clock in the evening.

 

Our pay windows are open:

 

from 09:00 to 16:00 from November to February

from 09:00 to 18:00 from March to October

from 09:00 to 20:00 from April to October

 

You can find gates with pay windows here:

 

Buckower Damm

Mohriner Allee

Tauernallee

Sangerhauser Weg

 

We also have gates with payment machines. These gates are open from seven o'clock in the morning.

Please note! You can only pay by card at the payment machines.

 

You can find gates with payment machine here:

 

Buckower Damm

Mohriner Allee

Massiner Weg

 

Please note!

Dogs and bicycles are not allowed in the Britzer Garten!

 

How do I get to the Britzer Garten?

 

The Britzer Garten is easy to get to.

Here, we tell you how.

 

Please note that some of our gates are not open all the time.

You can also only pay by card at some of our gates.

 

How to get here by public transport:

 

Sangerhauser Weg / Tauernallee gate

 

Take U-Bahn line 6 to "Alt-Mariendorf"

Take a number 179 bus towards "Buckow"

Get off at the stop "Sangerhauser Weg".

 

Mohriner Allee gate

 

Take U-Bahn line 6 to "Alt-Mariendorf"

Take a number 181 bus towards "Britz, Kielinger Straße"

Get off at the stop "Rotkopfweg".

 

Buckower Damm gate

 

You can take a number M44 bus from the "Hermannplatz"

stop in Neukölln.

Get off at the stop "Britzer Garten".

 

Massiner Weg gate

 

Take U-Bahn line 7 to "Britz Süd"

Take a number 181 bus towards "U Walther-Schreiber-Platz"

Get off at the stop "Neumarkplan". You can also get off at the stop "Im Rosengrund".

 

Please note!

From November to the end of February, you can only pay at a payment machine at this gate; you can not pay with money (cash).

 

Blütenachse

 

You can take a number M44 bus from the "Hermannplatz"

stop in Neukölln.

Get off at the stop "Zimmererweg".

 

Please note!

This gate is only open from April to the end of October.

 

You can park your car at these gates:

 

Mohriner Allee (Mohriner Allee 152 in 12347 Berlin)

Sangerhauser Weg / Tauernallee (Sangerhauser Weg 12 in 12347 Berlin)

 

Park map

 

We have made a map of the park.

It shows you where the six gates are.

You can also see the bus stops on the map.

 

To look at the map, click on this link:

Interactive park map

 

How to visit in a wheelchair

 

You can visit almost all of the Britzer Garten in a wheelchair.

That means it is easy to get around in a wheelchair.

 

We have even been given a prize for that.

 

There are also several toilets for wheelchair users in the park.

 

Learn more here. Click on this link: Walk'n Roll.

 

Use one of our wheelchairs

 

You can also use one of our wheelchairs for your visit.

Use the Sangerhauser Weg gate if you want to use one of our wheelchairs.

 

Please note!

We do not have a lot of wheelchairs.

Please book your wheelchair a few days before you want to visit.

Simply give us a call.

 

How to get in touch with us

 

Please call us if you have questions.

We are happy to help.

 

Our number is

030 700 906 510

 

You can call us from ten o'clock in the morning to six o'clock in the evening.

 

You can also write us an email.

 

Our email address is

info(at)britzer-garten.de