Minime Cafe Berlin – A cafe for the little ones

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"Minime Cafe" in Berlin is a perfect kinder cafe to take your kids on a day with bad weather. It has a ball pool and everything to keep our small ones busy.

When you have kids, those days on which the weather is not friendly enough to go out can become a real problem. The wilder the weather outside, the more energetic and naughtier the kids get inside.

Fortunately we have several 'kinder cafes' in the city. Minime Cafe in particular is near our place and has an indoor playground, a balls swimming pool and several different toys and games for the kids to play and climb, jump, slide and bounce in. They also have snacks, pizzas and soft drinks, and a cafe area for parents to get pampered while the kids enjoy playing around.

After an intense two-hour session they are ready to go home for a bath and a power nap or to go to sleep directly.

They can even organize birthday parties with different packages, including a clown, the cake, snacks, lunch and drinks, depending on the desired theme and how many little ones you would expect.  And they even have a disco for toddlers in the basement!

About this spot

Damaschkestraße 4

Mon 11:00 - 19:00, Wed - Fri 14:00 - 19:00, Sat - Sun 12:00 - 19:00

Hour per kid:

2

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