Since 1972, the teaching cabinet has been embedded in the legendary landscape of the Müggelberge at Teufelssee. Already the Teufelssee, just a short walk from the Müggelsee, is worth a visit.
The area of the lake is approx. 1.2 ha and was formed as a high moor back in the Ice Age.
The teaching cabinet is considered a forest information center and is operated by the Berlin forests. With its exhibition rooms and its programme, it is aimed at curious forest visitors and trade visitors.
You can expect an exhibition that appeals to all the senses. The center of the teaching cabinet is made up of interconnected "formicariums", which represent the habitat for an entire ant colony.
The three-kilometre-long nature trail of the Teufelssee Forest School also leads you along the Teufelssee. Due to the subsoil around the lake, this primarily leads you along a wooden board deposit. Here you will be welcomed with information boards about the animal and plant world and you can take a look at rare plants.