James-Simon-Park

The James-Simon-Park is a public park located in the vicinity of the Museum Island in Berlin, Germany. It is named after James Simon, a Berlin-based art patron and philanthropist who played a significant role in supporting cultural projects in the city during the early 20th century.

Opened in 2019, the James-Simon-Park serves as a green space for relaxation and recreation, offering visitors a tranquil environment amidst the bustling city. The park features pathways, seating areas, greenery, and landscape design elements, providing residents and tourists with an inviting space to enjoy nature and take leisurely strolls.

Additionally, the park serves as an extension of the adjacent cultural institutions, including the Neues Museum and the Pergamon Museum, further enhancing the overall visitor experience in this historic area of Berlin.

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  • Saturday24 hours open
  • Sunday24 hours open
  • Monday24 hours open
  • Tuesday24 hours open
  • Wednesday24 hours open
  • Thursday24 hours open
  • Friday24 hours open
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