Filmpark Babelsberg gives you the opportunity to go behind the scenes and special effects, and experience the movie-making process closely.
The Babelsberg Studio has over 90 years of history in the film-making business, making it the world’s oldest movie studio.
Film, Movie Studio, Entertainment Shows, 4-D
Filmpark Babelsberg is open from April to the end of October, from 10 am to 6 pm. There are some days the park is closed, so be sure to check before you make your plans.
Filmpark Babelsberg Highlights
Feel your adrenaline pump through you without lifting a finger. Babelsberg’s stunt performance is somewhat based on the Mad Max movie, “Beyond Thunderdome” — with car crashes, fiery performances and acrobatics.
Go behind the scenes as you take a trip through the film studio. You begin in the “Tonkreuz” studio, and continue on through sound stages, workshops and even the occasional movie set.
If just seeing these movie attractions isn’t enough for you, then make your way to Film Studio 1. Here, you have the chance to test your acting skill — or a behind-the-scenes camera or sound person — and put yourself in the film.
There are professionals on hand to give you advice and information on the life of a move star.
More Filmpark Babelsberg Attractions
Filmpark Babelsberg offers a versatile array of attractions. When you’ve finished the studio tour, be sure to check out the 4D action ride, with moving seats and lots of excitement.
Then there’s Western Street, a recreation of America’s Wild West for a relaxing walk through the old times.
Or visit the opposite side of the world — the sultan’s kingdom at the Garden of Little Muck.
And you can go even further back in history at the Village of the Middle Ages. This set has been seen in a couple real movies!
Eat like a king at the Prinz Eisenherz (Prince Valiant) restaurant at Filmpark Babelsberg. Not only will you be treated to scrumptious meals, but you’ll be sitting in a majestic medieval castle!
How To Get To The Filmpark Babelsberg
The Berlin-Tegel Airport is the closest at just under 29 km or 18 mi away, while the Berlin-Schönefeld Airport is not much farther with 39 km (24 mi). The journey takes about 25 or 40 minutes by car, respectively.
By Public Transport
From Berlin, take the S-Bahn train to Babelsberg or a Regional train to Potsdam. From there, it’s possible to connect via bus 601, 619, and 690 to the Filmpark — or to take a casual 5 – 10 minute walk by feet.
Local Tip: Get off at the Griebnitzsee stop when traveling by S-Bahn. That might save you 10 minutes or more! (On the other side of the station, walk down the Professor-Doktor-Helmert-Straße until its end, then turn left and walk down until you reach the Filmpark on right hand side — finally turning right at Großbeerenstraße in order to get to the Entrance.)
Take the Autobahn A115 to exit 6 (Potsdam-Babelsberg). Merge onto the L40, exit at Waldstadt/Babelsberg and follow the signs to the Filmpark.
Equipped with a navigation system enter Potsdam-Babelsberg for the city and Großbeerenstraße / Ahornstraße for the street and you’ll arrive right in front of the Entrance.
Filmpark Babelsberg Prices
Since amusement park rices are ever-changing, you can find the most current price list at:
August-Bebel-Straße 26-53 (Entrance: Großbeerenstraße / Ahornstraße)