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#1

Berlin TV Tower

Ascend Berlin's skyline for unmatched city views from the iconic tower

4.6 (2,597 reviews)
#2

LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Berlin

LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Berlin has LEGO as far as the eye can see – the place contains over 5 million separate pieces of the colorful bricks! Made for those of us between the ages of 3 to 10 years old, everything is built on the small side, perfect for kids (but of course, this doesn't exclude taller and older LEGO fans from enjoying themselves, too, when accompanying their little humans). Berlin's LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is the ultimate playground, with more than 5 million bricks plus rides and attractions.

4.1 (68 reviews)
#3

BODY WORLDS Berlin

The Berlin chapter of the international science exhibition sensation BODY WORLDS takes you on a voyage of discovery beneath the surface of the skin. The aim of the exhibition is to give visitors an understanding of what the human body's inner workings can tell us about ourselves and our lives, and how under the skin, people of all cultures and ethnicities are fundamentally the same.

4.6 (197 reviews)
#4

SEA LIFE Berlin

SEA LIFE Berlin is a large underwater world that's home to 5,000 marine creatures. Visitors can learn all about the world's ocean dwellers and their habits, plus find out what's on the menu during fascinating feeding demonstrations. Berlin's SEA LIFE is centrally located and can be reached by taking public transport to Alexanderplatz.

4.4 (77 reviews)
#5

DeJa Vu Museum

Interactive museum of optical illusion and modern art. The new DeJa Vu Museum offers a wide range of exhibits for all ages on approximately 1000m² on two levels. As one of the largest museums in Europe, it includes diverse exhibits that can be divided into different categories: Digital exhibits Physical exhibits Optical exhibits Interactive exhibits Permanent exhibits

3.8 (33 reviews)
#6

Illuseum Berlin

Illuseum Berlin is a family-friendly museum of beguiling optical illusions, sense-defying physics exhibits, and interactive trickery all rooted in science. It is located in the center of Berlin – or is it?

4.5 (148 reviews)
#7

Berlin Icebar

Berlin Icebar is a bar and visitor attraction offering beverages in sub-zero temperatures. Everything in the bar is crafted from ice, including the furniture, walls, and glasses.

4.5 (79 reviews)
#8

Pergamon Museum

The popular Pergamon Museum in Berlin is a great solution to a first world problem; it was built because there wasn't enough room in the nearby Bode Museum for all its artistic and archaeological relics. Construction carried on even through WWI and the great inflation of the 1920s. The then completed Pergamon was also badly damaged at the end of WWII (though fortunately its contents escaped damage). NOTE: The Pergamon Museum will be closed until 2027.

4.7 (379 reviews)
#9

Berlin Hop-on Hop-off Tours

See the best of Berlin on a bus tour of the city

4.2 (89 reviews)
#10

Madame Tussauds Berlin

Featuring some of the world's most well-known glares, stares, smiles, and raised eyebrows, Berlin's Madame Tussauds features celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio or Marlene Dietrich, as well as poignant historical figures including Karl Marx, Anne Frank, Bertolt Brecht, and Angela Merkel.

4.6 (100 reviews)

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  1. Berlin TV Tower
  2. Das Panorama Exhibition
  3. Neues Museum

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