The brickworks park is open daily from 1 a.m. from April 6st to November 2022th, 10. Last admission is at 17 p.m. The exhibitions and visitor center close at 18 p.m.
In our bistro in the visitor center there are sandwiches, hot dishes, ice cream and drinks every day. In the Gasthaus & Pension Alter Hafen, which is within walking distance and directly on the Havel, you can enjoy regional dishes.
Yes, the Ziegeleipark has many locations for meetings, celebrations and weddings. Let yourself
individual advice at
Telephone: 03307 30 25 45
The brickworks tour (45 minutes) across the site takes place every hour on the hour from 11 a.m. to 17 p.m. You can get on and off at the stops.
The clay wagon train ride (90 min) to the neighboring town of Burgwall, including a visit to the former local clay pit, takes place regularly every day at 15 p.m. On selected dates there are steam locomotive days, there is also a ride at 13 p.m.
Yes, of course. You can also rent bicycles and e-bikes at the visitor center.
You can easily reach us by public transport.
Take the regional express RE5 from Berlin to Gransee. It runs on weekends, public holidays and during the Brandenburg holidays Brickworks park bus 854 from Gransee train station to Ziegeleipark and back.
Take the regional train RB12 (Berlin-Lichtenberg – Templin Stadt) every hour to Zehdenick (Mark). Arrived in Zehdenick it continues with the bus 838. This runs daily from Monday to Friday. On weekends and public holidays there is an individual on-call bus, which leaves 90 minutes before departure + 49 3306 - 23 07 can be booked.
During the holidays, however, only scheduled taxis with limited space are available.
The brick factory's free car park is 200 meters from the entrance and visitor center.
Yes, bicycle parking spaces can be found directly at the visitor center. You are not to be missed.
Yes, lockers (1 euro coin) for luggage are available in the visitor center.
Photography and filming for private purposes is permitted in the brickworks park.
For photography and filming as part of editorial reporting and for commercial purposes, please speak to our marketing employee beforehand on telephone: 03307 30 25 41 or email@example.com.
Please contact the Brickyard Park Visitor Center.
Monday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 18 p.m
Phone: 03307 30 25 44
you can reach us at
Phone: +03307 310 410 XNUMX
The Mildenberg brickworks park is mostly barrier-free and has barrier-free, stepless access in many areas.
Walkers, wheelchairs and electric wheelchairs, as well as handcarts and balance bikes can be rented at the visitor center.
Detailed information under Barrierefreiheit
Yes, you are allowed to bring your dog. He can be carried on a leash free of charge. Please remember to bring a small bag for the poo.
Yes, you can rent a handcart from us for €3,00 per hour and €6,00 per day. Unfortunately, reservations are not possible.
Everywhere in the park and also in the exhibitions you will find places to sit and rest.
A day ticket for an adult costs EUR 8,00, for children from 4 to 14 years EUR 4,00.
Retirees pay regular admission. Accompanying persons of persons with a "B" entry in the disability card receive free admission.
Yes, EC card payment is possible at the checkout. You can also pay with V-Pay, Mastercard, Maestro and Visa.
No, unfortunately this is not possible at the moment. However, we are working on it.
Simply book tours on site at the visitor center when you buy the tickets for your visit. Every day we offer guided tours on the topic "How a brick is made" and "Steam engine, field railway & more".
For groups of more than 20 people, please seek individual advice and register:
Phone: 03307 30 25 45
Our group discounts apply to our individual group offers from 20 people.
The multimedia exhibitions in Ring Kiln II and in the machine brickworks are available in German and English.