Weekend Activities in Berlin for Families with Kids, 4th-5th of November

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The weekend will soon be here and it’s time for our picks for great family events! These events  are sure to be a hit this weekend for some family fun. We hope you’ll attend and enjoy them. With the Mello app, parents can connect, share experiences, and discover the top family-recommended events and activities in Berlin. Get ready to enjoy our list of fantastic events happening this weekend on November 4th and 5th

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Berlin for kids, activities for the weekend of November 4th and 5th

  • 🦆 Das hässliche Entlein @ ATZE Musiktheater
  • 🌺 Fiesta de Día de Muertos @ Humboldt Forum
  • 🍄 Herbstferienprogramm „Pilze, Pilze! Gut vernetzte Superstars“ @ Labyrinth Kindermuseum
  • 🐙 Krakenkarussell @ Theater der kleinen Form
  • 🎶 SCOOOOOTCH! @ Theater Strahl Ostkreuz

🦆 Das hässliche Entlein @ ATZE Musiktheater

Sat4/11, 15:00, ages 5+

In this telling of a classic fairytale, children will enjoy the multiple dance and musical numbers throughout the show. The story focuses on a duckling trying to understand and fit in. The retelling is an entertaining performance that concentrates on the very important message of belonging at its core.

Entry: €10,00

Where: ATZE Musiktheater, Luxemburger Str. 20, 13353 Berlin

More Info: https://atzeberlin.de/repertoire/das-haessliche-entlein/

🌺 Fiesta de Día de Muertos @ Humboldt Forum

Sat 4/1, from 13:30-24:00 & Sun 5/11, from 13:30-18:30, all ages

This multiple-day event at the Humboldt Forum celebrates the Mexican Festival of the Dead. Fiesta de Día de Muertos welcomes all to celebrate and has a full program offering an opportunity to learn and experience the rich history and festival through exhibitions, concerts, performances, workshops, and more.

Entry: Free

Where: Humboldt Forum, Schloßpl. 1, 10178 Berlin

More Info: https://www.humboldtforum.org/en/programm/event/festival-en/fiesta-de-dia-de-muertos-98555/

🍄 Herbstferienprogramm „Pilze, Pilze! Gut vernetzte Superstars“ @ Labyrinth Kindermuseum Berlin

Sat & Sun 4-5/11, from 11:00-18:00, all ages

The Labyrinth Kindermuseum celebrates the fall holiday with its exhibition, “Pilze, Pilze! Gut vernetzte Superstars, “ dedicated to learning all about mushrooms. In addition to the exhibition, this weekend features a workshop for children to make their own small mushroom worlds from 14:00-16:00, just bring a jar.

Entry: €7,00

Where: Labyrinth Kindermuseum Berlin, Osloer Str. 12, 13359 Berlin

More Info: https://www.labyrinth-kindermuseum.de/de/herbstferien2023-im-labyrinth

🐙 Krakenkarussell @ Theater der kleinen Form

Sat & Sun 4-5/11, at 11:00 and 16:00, ages 3+

This whimsical production tells the story of a child who learns the importance of the oceans and keeping them clean while on holiday. On an adventure underwater, the show delights children with a great story and colorful characters while teaching the audience an important message about the dangers of marine pollution.

Entry: €8,00

Where: Theater der kleinen Form, Gubener Str. 45, 10243 Berlin

More Info: http://www.theater-der-kleinen-form.de/krakenkarussell_stueckbeschreibung.htm

🎶 SCOOOOOTCH! @ Theater Strahl Ostkreuz

Sat 4/11, at 11:00 and 15:00 & Sun 5/11, at 11:00, ages 2+

Part of the Theater der Dinge festival, SCOOOOOTCH! features rock musicians using tape and the surroundings to perform a unique show, including a capella singing and movement for a truly immersive experience for audiences. The Sunday performance includes an audio description and a tactile tour starting at 10:15.

Entry: €7,00 for children, €10,00 for children

Where: Theater Strahl Ostkreuz, Marktstraße 9-12, 10317 Berlin

More info: https://schaubude.berlin/de/stagings/scoooootch

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Enjoy the weekend!

We hope this handpicked selection of family events has inspired you to make the most of the upcoming weekend on November 4th and 5th. If you had the chance to attend any of these amazing activities, we would love to hear all about your experiences! Share your stories, photos, and cherished moment on social media with the hashtag #melloapp. And to stay in the loop about future family-friendly happenings in Berlin, be sure to download the Mello app. It’s your key to unlocking a world of exciting events for kids and meeting other parents!

– By Molly from the Mello Team


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