Hardly any other city has as many green spaces as Berlin. More than 2,500 public green and recreational facilities with a total area of around 6,400 ha offer Berliners and numerous tourists a much-used local recreation area. For the protection, maintenance and development of the green areas, the respective nature conservancy and parks department of the districts are responsible in cooperation with the Senate Department for Urban Development.
Some parks (see list below) are managed by the state-owned Grün Berlin GmbH group.
Exemption permits for filming in green and recreational facilities are issued by the nature conservation and green space offices of the districts responsible for the motif. Application must be submitted at least 14 days before filming starts. An administration fee is charged, which is based on the relevant fee regulation. Due to personnel bottlenecks, the responsible road and green area office of the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district still does not issue permits for filming in public green spaces.
Please note, that the follwing items need to be attached to your application:
The arrangement is associated with secondary provisions:
This affects the following parks:
Britzer Garten / Natur-Park Schöneberger Südgelände / Tempelhofer Feld / Botanischer Volkspark / Kienbergpark / Spreepark / Gärten der Welt / Park auf dem Nordbahnhof / Flaschenhalspark / Hans-Baluschek-Park / Monbijoupark / Invalidenpark / Landschaftspark Gatow
Please note that for filming at Park am Gleisdreieck and Mauerpark you have to contact the nature conservation and green space offices of theresponsable district.