Ansicht der sanierten Fassade des historischen Eierhäuschens im Berliner Spreepark
© Frank Sperling



With the new Spreepark, the capital is regaining a place in whose transformation, design and future all Berliners can participate. The concept, which was developed through extensive participation, brings together the history of the area with the diverse wishes and ideas of the citizens for the Spreepark of the future. The new Spreepark is thus developing into a new public park for all residents, Berliners and visitors to the city. The aim is to transform the old rides and relics of the past, rethink their use and combine them harmoniously with the themes of art, culture and nature.

As the first major milestone in the development of the new Spreepark, the historic Eierhäuschen has already been opened as an art and gastronomy location with exhibition and residence rooms, a restaurant and beer garden as well as a jetty, following extensive refurbishment in line with heritage requirements.

Das Logo des Spreeparks
© Grün Berlin

More about the Spreepark

Information on participation, development and construction activities, and plans for the future of the former recreational park.

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