Berlin's spookiest attraction - the Berlin Dungeon - is a combination of museum and ghost train. While wandering through the 2500 square metre exhibition, visitors experience 800 years of gloomy Berlin history from the Middle Ages to the 19th century in an amusing way.
Along the way, he encounters professional actors who slip into the roles of famous criminals such as the notorious serial killer Carl Großmann, the ghost of the white woman who haunts the catacombs of the City Palace or other menacing figures who once made the streets of Berlin unsafe. Magnificent special effects that involve all the senses and historical 360° backdrops with over 1500 props made according to historical models reinforce the realistic character.
If you're brave, you can test Berlin's highest indoor free-fall tower with a height of 12 metres and free fall into the darkness for a plunge into the unknown.
Opening hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 11 am - 7 pm (last admission 6 pm). Exclusively on 29 and 30 October, 12-0 p.m. each day (last admission 11 p.m.). Opening hours may vary, please check website in advance. Closed on 24.12.
Language: Shows are in German. English language shows are available several times a day.
Admission: Children under 8 are not admitted to the Berlin Dungeon. Children up to 15 years must be accompanied by an adult.