Britzer Garten
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Britzer Garten

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In the location's words:

If you walk through the Britzer Garten today, you can hardly see its history. As natural and pristine as the garden looks, some people may not even believe that it was completely recreated for the Federal Garden Show in 1985. Every hill, every lake and every meadow was created at the time on disdainful farmland on the southern West Berlin border.

A landscape park was created in which nature was given time and space to gradually grow into the garden between the central, circular squares and the systematically constructed connecting paths. Today, the park creates a unique atmosphere between natural expansion and landscape architectural determination.

At the center of the park is an almost 10-hectare lake, which appears so natural among the hills and meadows as if it had always been there. In the foothills of this sweeping landscape are flower groves, art installations, architecturally elaborate restaurants and other attractions.

In addition to the themed gardens and other horticultural attractions, there are learning and play areas for children, animal enclosures and a model boat harbor. With the old Britzer Mühle mill and the rose garden, the park preserves old traditions while making a contribution to the future with numerous projects on ecology and sustainability. The Britzer Garten with its diverse offerings is therefore more than just a park. It is a landscape full of possibilities and an oasis in the urban cityscape.

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März & Oktober:
täglich 9.00 bis 18.00 Uhr

April bis September:
Montag bis Freitag
9.00 bis 18.00 Uhr
Samstag bis Sonntag
9.00 bis 19.00 Uhr

November bis Februar
täglich von 9.00 bis 16.00 Uhr

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