TV Tower Tickets

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Opening hours

March to October - 9 am to midnight daily

November to February - 10 am to midnight daily

Restaurant open 10 am to 11 pm, kitchen closes at 10.30 pm

Last ascent at 11.30 pm

2 days closure per year for maintenance, usually at the beginning of December

How to get there

Panoramastraße 1A, 10178 Berlin



Will I need a head for heights?
There are no glass floors or open areas in the Berlin TV Tower, so even those who are nervous about heights can enjoy the experience and the spectacular views from the platform, 203m above Berlin
Where do I get tickets??
The TV Tower ticket office is at ground level in the base of the tower. On arrival you
Is there a limit on how long I can stay?
Once you
How far can you see from the top?
On a clear day, it
Can I use the stairs to go up and down the tower?
The only stairs in the tower are for emergency evacuations and are not to be used by the public. Only the two lifts which take you to the top of the tower in just 40 seconds are commonly used.


Berlin TV Tower History
Construction began on the TV Tower in 1965, and was completed in 1969. It was intended to be a symbol of East German power as well as having the practical function of broadcasting television pictures across the city and beyond. The tower was named a national monument in 1979, and after the German reunification in 1990, it became one of the most visited structures in the whole city.
What to See
If you have to wait to ascend the tower, take time to check out the information about the world
Eating and Drinking at the TV Tower
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