Visitors are welcome to touch everything in the exhibit / ©Yves Sucksdorff
Many of the sculptures have been created by artists out of recycled everyday objects / ©Yves Sucksdorff
[See also: The Best Restaurants in Berlin]
“The Children’s World is envisioned as a place of encounter between generations, religions, and cultures, for people from Kreuzberg, Berlin, and beyond,” says Hetty Berg, director of Jewish Museum Berlin. “With the opening of ANOHA, we are offering a new place for even the youngest among us to play and learn while further strengthening our ties in our own neighborhood. This is somewhere to enter into a playful conversation about questions that affect everyone.”
Other elements of the exhibition include the Great Flood Simulator, where children can build their own boat and launch it on the water to see if it is strong enough to withstand a tidal wave. Visitors can also ‘feed’ some of the animal sculptures and guide them onboard the Ark; crawl through the anaconda; sit on the elephant or cuddle up beside the sloth.
Many of the unique sculptures have been created by artists out of recycled everyday objects including soccer balls, lamps and firehoses. Visitors are welcome to touch everything in the exhibit and immerse themselves in ANOHA Children’s World – here, there are no barriers to play and imagination.
[See also: The Best Rooftop Bars in Berlin]