Hi Everyone! Happy Saturday!
Wondering what to do for Halloween? While it’s more of an American tradition, the holiday is catching on in Germany and your kids may be allowed to dress up for Kita or school, and some shops and other neighborhood locales participate in the Trick or Treating (“Sußes oder Saures” here)–many shops will find it hard to say no to a well-costumed child at any rate!
Here are a few events where you will be sure to have some creepy Halloween fun with the kids:
In Freilander Britz, they will be celebrating Halloween with crafts and a haunted obstacle course on the 30th, from 15-18:00, for kids 6+. Sangerhauser Weg 1, 12349 Berlin-Neukölln. Sunday the 26th, they also have a Pumpkin Fest at the Festplatz at the lake in Britzer Garden. For more info, you can download their program.
The Spargel und Erlebnisdorf in Klaistow has a Halloween party for kids 6+ on Saturday the 30th starting at 14:40 with a lantern parade through the nature, a kid’s disco, stockbrot over a campfire, sausages, and music. You can enjoy their pumpkin-sculpture exhibition while there. Glindower Straße 28, 14547 Beelitz GT Klaistow
FEZ will host a Halloween party on the 30th from 18-21:00 for kids 6+ with a fire and light show, lantern, witch hats and witch brooms to craft, a dance around a campfire, creepy train ride and more. You can get tickets and find out more visit their website.
There will be a free open-air Halloween variety show on the 31st at 12:00 from the Charlottenburg children’s circus for kids 5+ at the Jagdschloss Grunewald, Hüttenweg 100 (am Grunewaldsee), 14193 Berlin.
For sporty folks, in the Jungfernheide, there will be a Halloween RUN on the 31st at 16:00! You can sign up for the 5K or 10K, and runners will all be costumed for a really fun experience. They will also have pumpkin carving and face painting. For more info visit their website/
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