Cities & Culture
Mildenberg Brickworks Centre and Industrial Culture Park
The Mildenberg Brickworks Centre in Brandenburg is one of the most significant sites of industrial culture in Europe. Visitors are taken on a voyage of discovery back through one hundred years of brickwork and technology.
Back in the 19th century, billions of bricks were produced in the Zehdenick brick district, the largest in Europe. They went on to be used to build Berlin and large parts of the March of Brandenburg. Visitors to the Brickworks Centre right by the Havel River are taken on an exciting voyage of discovery back through one hundred years of brickwork and technology. And there's plenty more on offer here too.
This industrial museum is surrounded by a unique clay pit landscape, offering nature lovers an unforgettable experience across 40 hectares. And the attractions on offer inside are nothing short of impressive. Visitors can learn about the history of brickmaking in the museum, create their own bricks and jump aboard the train for a tour. Not to mention the small animal enclosure, vast meadows, go-kart hire centre and jam-packed special events calendar featuring a model car market, open-air cinema screenings and a major vintage car rally. Opening times: April to October: Every day: 10 am–6 pm