Berlin Hauptbahnhof is connected well to the ICE network, and thus, accessible easily from all over Germany. Take the urban railway (S-Bahn) "S5", heading to "Spandau" and exit at "Pichelsberg" station. From here walk 400 meters.
Coming from the "Stadtring" (a ring of highways around Berlin) "A 10" take the exit "Spandau" and take the "B 5", heading to "Berlin-Zentrum/Falkensee". Go right to the "Heerstraße" and stay on this street until you head right again to the "Glockenturmstraße". Free parking in front of the hall.
There are two airports in Berlin: Tegel and Schönefeld. Tegel is closer than Schönefeld. Take the Bus no. 109 heading to "Zoologischer Garten" and exit at "Charlottenburg Bhf". Here take the urban railway (S-Bahn) "S7", heading to "Spandau", and exit at "Pichelsberg". From here walk 400 meters.
Between mid October and mid March
The Eissporthalle Charlottenburg (ice sport hall Charlottenburg) was built between 2010 and 2012 which means it's brand-new! There are two ice rinks (both under roofs) available.
One of the rinks is bordered by grandstands for roundabout 1.000 spectators (700 seats, 300 stances). This is the place where the home matches ice hockey club ECC Preussen Berlin take place. Currently the club plays in the german "Regionalliga" which is the fourth highest league in Germany. So, if you are a hockey fan - maybe you want to give it a chance? By the way, the ice rink bordered by grandstands is available for the hockey players only, the public skating takes place on the second rink.
But basically the ice rink can be used by the public. It's possible to rent some skates here, and then glide over the ice. The Monday afternoon is reserved especially for parents (or grandparents) with their children up to 6 years old, and the Wednesday morning is reserved especially for elderly people. Apart from that it's open for anyone during the opening hours. The opening hours are divided into 2-hours-"blocks", and usually one buys a 2 hours ticket. There is no public skating on weekends, due to the hockey matches. As for the opening hours see www.berlin.de/ba-charlottenburg-wilmersdorf/bezirk/lexikon/eissporthalleglockenturm.html
There is a rental service for skates as well as a small takeaway for drinks, sweets and little snacks. A small repair shop offers skating related service such as whetting of the runners or selling ice sports products.
Escape Address: Glockenturmstr. 14, 14053 Berlin, Berlin, Berlin, Germany
The ceramics museum is located in the oldest building in Charlottenburg - it was built in 1712. The museum was founded in 1990, and there are frequent exhibitions with the creations of famous ceramicists or design classics. Guided tours are possible and can be booked in advance for groups. There are additional presentations on a regular base.
The "Österreichpark" (Austria Park) is a public park at the banks of River Spree in Charlottenburg. The former "Sömmeringanlage" was rebuilt recently and opened as "Österreichpark" in May 2013. Find an alpine "stone garden" with granite from Carinthia and gentians, alpine asters, bell flowers and arolla pines. At another corner there is a bed of roses, held in red and white which are the austrian national colors. This park is perfect for a recreational walk.
Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin (Royal porcelain factory, short: KPM) was founded in 1763 by Friedrich the Great is still working in the old-fashioned way: hand made coffee sets and figures, made from finest bone china and artfully painted by hand. There is a shop where all products can be bought. Guided tours are possible as well, and to call it off take a cup of coffee (served in finest porcelain) in the KPM café.