For all the anticipators, the lovers of pre-Christmas ceremonies, the Lucia worshippers and those of the Nordic myths, the communication enthusiasts, the gift hunters of the special style, the angel worshippers, the seekers of the wishing letter box.... the Lucia Christmas market of the Kulturbrauerei Berlin illuminates this winter again the shortest days of the year with the following star hours:
- Small children's and nostalgic chain carousel
- Star ladder (game of skill) & Little knight's castle (crossbow shooting)
- Flickering Swedish fire and warming art installation "mantle heating
- Santa Claus throne with wish letter box for lines to Santa Claus
- Visit from Santa Claus, daily 17:00-18:00
- Walking angel "BELLUZ" floats through the courtyards spraying angel dust full of joie de vivre, daily 20:00-21:00
- Merry choir magic - Christmas singing in the Frannz Winter Beer Garden, Thursdays 19:00-20:00
- Children's and family program in the Alte Kantine, Sat/Sun 16:00-16:45 hrs.
- Luciafest - festive parade and allsång, Dec 13 18:00-19:00 hrs.
Mon to Fri 15-22 hrs I Sat and Sun 13-22 hrs
ADMISSION is like "every year..." FREE
You'll find plenty of the usual in the courtyards. For those who don't know Lucia yet:
In the midst of vibrant Berlin, yet nestled quite comfortably in the romantic setting of a historic 19th century brewery - now the creative hub of Kulturbrauerei - lies the Lucia Christmas Market.
This Christmas market is dedicated to the Scandinavian countries: Lucia, the bringer of light in the dark winter season, gives warmth and security, makes dreams grow and gives hope to those who are worried. During the day, families are more likely to go on a pre-Christmas expedition. As it gets darker, Lucia becomes an ideal meeting place for friends, work colleagues, singles - for anyone who appreciates Nordic flair and communication. The difference to conventional Christmas markets are the warming Swedish fires and the unique art installation "Mantelheizung", the Wandering Yurt as well as many Scandinavian delicacies... The only question that remains is: Glögg or Glögi?