Peacock Island

An Island Paradise

Today, Peacock Island – its palace, dairy and the other park buildings, its charming footpaths with beautiful views, nearly 400 old oaks and the oldest rose garden in Berlin – is a popular destination for leisurely strolls in peaceful surroundings. The island is part of the UNESCO World Heritage and is a protected flora and fauna habitat.
Please help us to maintain the park as a place of culture and recreation! (Park Regulations)

 

Please visit our website for further information and opening hours

 

 

Important notice:

During your visit, all official health protection regulations apply (SARS-CoV-2 “Containment Regulations”). Please take note of on-site signs and markers as well as of instructions from staff in order to comply with the hygiene and distance regulations. The maximum number of visitors is limited both for the island and for the ferry crossing. We therefore ask you to take into account any waiting times and to plan your return journey from the island ahead in time (especially with regard to a subsequent bus connection). Wearing a mouth and nose protection (mask or similar) is mandatory on the ferry. In case of being exempted from the compulsory use of a mouth and nose cover, you are required to wear a visor.
Please note the health protection requirements.

 

Offer:

 

Island ticket

Valid for one day from 10 a.m. and entitles its holder to a return ferry crossing to the Peacock Island Historical Landscaped Garden.

4.00 € / reduced rate 3.00 €

 

Family Island ticket

Valid for up to 2 adults and up to 4 children aged between 7 and 18 and entitles its holder to a return ferry crossing to the Peacock Island Historical Landscaped Garden on one day from 10 a.m..

8.00 €

 

No rebooking or returns (see General Terms & Conditions)

Zu Ihrer Anfrage konnten keine Termine bzw. freie Kapazitäten gefunden werden. Überprüfen Sie Ihre Datums- und Veranstaltungsauswahl. Beachten Sie des Weiteren unsere Schließtage (i.d.R. montags).