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Mauerpark
Mauerpark

Mauerpark

Free admission
Gleimstrasse 55, Berlin, Germany, 10437

The Basics

Six days out of the week, Mauerpark is a typical city park for families, sunbathers, joggers, and cyclists to enjoy. On Sundays, however, the entire park transforms into an open-air space for s flea market, food stalls, and the famous Mauerpark Bearpit Karaoke. Sift through relics from the GDR era, vinyl records, and other trinkets for sale, or watch brave souls sing their hearts out to their favorite tunes at the amphitheater.

Tours to Mauerpark are generally focused on Berlin’s Cold War history and what city life was like while the Berlin Wall was up. For a more in-depth look at the Berlin Wall and its history, explore the city on a small-group or private bike tour.

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Third Reich and Berlin Wall History 3-Hour Bike Tour in Berlin
Third Reich and Berlin Wall History 3-Hour Bike Tour in Berlin
$29.90 per adult
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Our guide, Bjorn, was excellent...
Our guide, Bjorn, was excellent! You could tell he really loved his job. He was very knowledgeable, friendly, and had a great sense of humor. He was able to recommend places for us and gave us some advice for the rest of our trip. This tour was a great way to learn about the history of the Berlin Wall and a different way to see the city. Great exercise too!
Joyce V, Jul 2017

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Mauerpark is a must for outdoor enthusiasts and thrifty shoppers.

  • There is little shade in the park, so wear a hat or sunscreen in summer.

  • Bring a blanket and picnic to relax and enjoy a comfortable day at the park.

  • The paths in the park are either cobblestoned so it is advised to wear comfortable shoes to walk around the uneven services.

  • Many parts of the park, including the Sunday flea market, are accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.

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How to Get There

Mauerpark is located in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg district along Bernauer Strasse. Take city bus 247 or tram M10 to the Wolliner Strasse stop, right in front of the park. Alternatively, take either the U2 to the Eberswalder Strasse stop or the U8 to the Bernauer Strasse station.

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When to Get There

Sunday is the best day to visit Mauerpark, when it’s bustling with people, vendors, and festivities. The flea market is open from early morning, and the food stalls start serving around lunchtime. Bearpit Karaoke takes place at approximately 3pm from spring to autumn, weather permitting.

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Sunday in Prenzlauer Berg

Spend a relaxing Sunday in Berlin exploring Prenzlauer Berg. Start off with brunch at one of the many cafés and coffee shops in the area. Then head to Mauerpark to peruse the flea market, enjoy a snack, and listen to some karaoke. From there, learn more about the history of the Cold War at the Berlin Wall Memorial, and then end the day exploring the Kulturbrauerei, a former brewery that has been transformed into a lively cultural center.

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