The famous Beelitz sanatoriums were built over 100 years ago. Today, a unique treetop & time travel trail (barrier-free) winds its way over the ruins of the Alpenhaus, which was destroyed in the Great War. Once, in high-quality architecture and surrounded by spacious forest parks workers in the Reichs capital Berlin recover from the then rampant tuberculosis. Exciting time trials and thus many – very different – users and visitors have left their visible traces since then.

During your visit, you will discover the old castle-like buildings that exude an incomparable charm.

When walking in a world where otherwise only birds fly or on one of the guided tours you will receive exciting, sometimes unique insights into the history and nature of this rescued place. The 40-metre-high observation tower offers views from Fläming to Berlin.
The elevator takes you right to the top.

A unique experience in a magical place

How to find us

By car:

Address for navigation

Road to Fichtenwalde 13, 14547 Beelitz-Heilstätten

You can reach us via the A9  Berlin – Nürnberg departure 2 „Beelitz-Heilstätten“, or the Landesstraße 88. Parking lot 2 is open in winter.

By train:

You take the Regionalbahn Line 7 the route Berlin – Dessau, Get off at Beelitz – Heilstätten station and follow the signs for the Beelitz Heilstätten treetop walk (Baumkronenpfad). After a 5-minute walk you will reach the entrance at the “Pförtnerhaus” (gatehouse)