Distance from hotel: 6.5 km


Museum Park

Berlin is held together by Rüdersdorf lime, whether the Brandenburg Gate or the Mietshäuser in Prenzlauer Berg- all of these buildings are built with it. The Museum park tells the long history of lime brick mining, lime production and the building material industry.

From the two thousand years of history there is a Germanic lime furnace and its 2000 years younger brother- one of the most modern cement furnaces in the world. The lime furnace, the Rumford furnace and the top loader kiln all belong to the list of World Heritage Sites.

Go on a discovery tour through the open pits, book a historic or geological tour or take a Landrover safari along part of the abandoned open pit section.

Advance reservation required.


Museumspark Rüdersdorf
Heinitzstraße 45
15562 Rüdersdorf
Tel: 033638-77445


daily from 10.00 until 18.00

Price per person: 

Adult: 4,00 €
Tour: 8,00 €
Landrover Safari: 9,00 €

You can already have an adventure getting here:
From the S-bahnhof Friedrichshagen take Tram 88 to Rüdersdorf: Heinitzstraße.

You can return by taking the beautiful walking trail which is 3km long and always right by the shore of the Lime Lake (Kalksee). Continue to Woltersdorfer Schleuse, from where you can return to Rahnsdorf S-Bahnhof with Tram 87.