Spandau shows off its verdant side particularly when you visit one of its many green spaces and parks. Whether idyllically located on the banks of the Havel or right by Spandau’s town hall – there are plenty of places to escape the hustle and bustle.

Bullengraben

Klosterstraße, 13581 Berlin

This six-kilometre-long urban greenway goes from the Burgwall in Spandau all the way to Staaken and is perfect for walkers, cyclists and inline skaters. Along the way there are wetlands, waterways that have been returned to nature and various play areas.

  • Barrier-free access

Getting there

Bus: M37, 137

Egelpfuhlwiesen

Egelpfuhlstraße, 13581 Berlin

This park with its extensive meadows and a playground is connected by a footpath to the Bullengraben.

  • Barrier-free access
  • Playground

Getting there

Bus: M32 direction Dallgow-Döberitz, Havelpark stop Egelpfuhlstraße

Grimnitzseepark

Pichelsdorfer Straße, 13581 Berlin

This park is located in Wilhelmstadt district directly on Grimnitzsee, which is connected to the Havel by a small river course. The protected landscape area also has an adventure playground.

  • Barrier-free access
  • Adventure playground

Getting there

Bus: 136, 236, 131

Hohenzollernpark

Neuendorfer Straße, 13587 Berlin

This a small park is located directly on the waterfront on the narrow west bank of Nordhafen and has a fishing bay-themed children’s playground.

  • Barrier-free access
  • Themed playground

Getting there

Bus: 136, 236

Koeltzepark

Neuendorfer Straße, 13585 Berlin

Named after Friedrich Koeltze, the first mayor of Spandau, this is one of the oldest parks in the borough. A walk through the park is a chance to enjoy the venerable and beautiful trees, with more than 20 different species, as well as the extensive lawns with many benches and a pavilion.

  • Barrier-free access
  • Children’s playground
  • Sunbathing lawn
  • Enclosed dog park

Getting there

Bus: 136, 236

Maselakepark und Havelwiesen (Wasserstadt)

Maselakepark, 13587 Berlin

This recently created park is between Spandau Nordhafen and Maselake Bay. The promenade is a reminder of the historical course of the Spandau moat and the Nordhafen’s former industrial use as an inland port.

  • Barrier-free access

Getting there

Bus: 136, 236

Münsingerpark

Münsingerstraße, 13597 Berlin

Opposite Spandau town hall is the Münsingerpark, which covers about five hectares. It has extensive sunbathing lawns where you can relax from the hustle and bustle, but in the immediate vicinity of the old town.

  • Barrier-free access

Getting there

RE: 2, 4, 6
RB: 10, 13, 14,
S-Bahn: 9, 75
U-Bahn: U7
Bus: M32, M37, M45, X33, 130, 134, 135, 136, 236, 237, 337, 638, 671

Südpark (Wilhelmstadt) / Scharfe Lanke

Pichelsdorfer Straße/ Heerstraße , 13595 Berlin

The Südpark is located in Spandau’s Wilhelmstadt district. Large lawns with tables and benches invite you to have a picnic. The small lake in the middle isn’t suitable for bathing, but gives the place an idyllic atmosphere. Right next to the park there’s also a sport and leisure facility. On the other side of Heerstraße is a bay of the river Havel called Scharfe Lanke, where many sailing and rowing clubs are based.

  • Barrier-free access
  • Playground
  • Picnic tables
  • Südpark sport and leisure facility

Getting there

Bus: 136, 236

Stabholzgarten

Stabholzgarten, 13597 Berlin

Stabholzgarten is behind Spandau town hall on the banks of the Havel, where you’ll find a large sunbathing lawn and numerous benches as well as the Batardeau fortification. From here, you can walk across the Lindensteg directly to Lindenufer.

  • Barrier-free access

Getting there

Bus: 136, 236

Wröhmännerpark

Neuendorfer Straße 5, 13585 Berlin

Spandau’s oldest park is located opposite the Citadel on the banks of the Havel. Extensive lawns with sun loungers, old trees and a view of the Havel give the park its special charm.

  • Barrier-free access
  • Children’s playground
  • Sunbathing lawns
  • Open air concerts
  • Restaurant and café

Getting there

Bus: 136, 236, M45

Stresowpark

Stresowstraße/ Obermeierweg, 13597 Berlin

Stresowpark is directly by the Havel in Spandau and offers a beautiful view of the old town. Spandau’s old gun foundry is situated at the edge of the park.

  • Barrier-free access
  • Drinking fountain

Getting there

Bus: 130 direction S-Bahnhof Stresow, stop Stresowplatz, on foot approx. 200 metre

Krienicke Park

Lilli Palmer Promenade, 13599 Berlin

Krienicke Park is in the Haselhorst district opposite Eiswerder island. From the slightly elevated viewing area you can sit under the pergolas and look out on the Havel. The park also has a bathing area.

  • Barrier-free access

Getting there

Bus: 236, metro station Haselhorst (U7), on foot approx. 15 minutes