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Domane Dahlem, Berlin

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  • Great and exciting exhibition on food, agriculture, nutrition and consumption in East and West Germany. Well equipped, suitable for young and old.
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  • To recommend for families with children in the city without restrictions. Traktofahrt, carousel animals feed (chickens, pigs), 2 museums with different exhibitions, beautiful cuisine with homemade dishes etc. Families can reap eg even potatoes. Top
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  • The domain of Dahlem is a magical place, which immediately takes the visitor for themselves. Germany's unique farm with Metro station (Dahlem-Dorf). The careful renovation has done well the plant. Mostly succeeded, by glazing to weatherproof old carriage house, without giving up the character of the Court. The country Inn that there has emerged, with a cuisine based on the products of the farm estate and is technically professional. There is a dedicated team at work. A visit not only in the Museum in the old manor house, but also in the culinary in the former horse-stable, where you can learn a lot about food culture and agriculture is worthwhile. And a stroll across the fields and a visit to the stables should fit in the time budget.
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  • Very nice especially with kids. Calm place and larger than expected considering it is located in the city. Lots to learn about agriculture. The restaurant was not cheap but the quality was excellent. Cute playground.
  • Very nice farm to visit.. The kids enjoyed to run looking at the animals.. You can sit and have something to eat.
  • It could be much better, is not really well organize only very few sings in English, they close exhibitions without previous notification, so even having checked the webpage in the morning, when I visited half of the exhibitions were open. It seems pretty much abandon
  • The Museums are nice, events are poorly organised. Today I was with my daughter at the pony ride event and we stayed in the queue for more than one hour just for getting one round (even if we paid for two...) of a barely 1 minute horse (not pony) ride.
  • A nice farm for the children to interact with the animals. Also there is each Saturday from 9 AM a bio market.