3 September 2012
One of the fun things about moving to a new place, is that there’s lots to explore and you have more than just an average holiday period to do it in. As I’ve already mentioned, my parents were visiting the other week, and they asked if there was anywhere we’d like to go and explore that is tricky to get to by public transport, since they had their car with them. So we went and consulted a Berlin guidebook, and that’s how we discovered the Museumsdorf Düppel.
Museumsorf Düppel is a reconstructed medieval village on 8 hectares of land about 10 miles out of town, built on the site of a 13th century settlement. Surrounded by lush green fields, it’s hard to believe you’re still in Berlin. And it’s the perfect day out with a toddler. You can read a full account of our day trip over on Museum Diary.