Treptower ParkCurrently Open
- Address: Alt-Treptow, 12435 Berlin, Germany
- Timings: 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +49-3025002333
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Memorial, Tower
Treptower Park is one of the most off beaten attractions of Berlin. It is never crowded by lot of tourists as it does not feature in the main stream must see-must do things in Berlin. But in all honesty, it is one of the most under rated attractions of the city. Treptower Park not only offers you calmness of mind paired with peace as well as serenity, but also an outlook of the Russian war. The famous Soviet War Memorial is housed inside Treptower Park and is almost heart breaking to see the number of soldiers who lost their lives in the whole ordeal. Apart from this, it runs by the Spree River and is a part of one of the most beautiful societies of Berlin- Alt Treptow.
Treptower Park Travel Tips
- Do not go too close to the river.
Entrance Ticket Details For Treptower Park
- Visit the official website for price details.
Treptower Park Hours
- Ask for special events.
How to Reach Treptower Park
- Take S9 to S+U Pankow. Get off at S Treptower Park
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4.54% of people who visit Berlin include Treptower Park in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
37.7% of people start their Treptower Park visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Treptower Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Treptower Park
Treptower Park Reviews & Ratings
Wow! I've lived in Berlin for 15 years and only just last year made it to the Treptower Park Monument. What a colossal miss (of me)! The monument is awesome and super impressive. Also it's big enough so the hordes of tourists don't step on each other's toes. Classic Soviet style monument. Glad this one is still standing, some thousands of them have been removed all across eastern German towns and cities.
There is nothing random or simple about this memorial. It tells a story using powerful symbols and carefully chosen massages. From the post-war Soviet point of view. This is a high-quality propaganda that may help you understand the zeitgeist of the period.
Large, safe and well patrolled park in former East Berlin. Largest Soviet era war monument outside of former Soviet Union. Lovely walk along the Spree too.
Treptower Park is the perfect place for a day out. In 84 hectares of greenery you can stroll along the riverside path, across sunny lawns, past the rose garden and along the shady avenues of plane trees. When it was opened in 1888, Treptower Park was a novelty for the time, a public park open to all the city’s inhabitants. Gustav Meyer, a pupil of Lenné, designed the park in the English style.
This place was pretty cool. Quite big and very impressive. Pretty much nothing was in English so I could not read any of the information. But it is a good place to go for a stroll. It is not the sort of place I will be going back to soon, but I would recommend it to people making a visit to Berlin. Oh and there's a toilet around the corner for 50 cents which is good :)