Average length: 1hour 30mins
Entry to Berlin TV Tower will be between 10am - 9pm in slots with an interval of 30 minutes.
Select your preferred date and time. Once the booking is confirmed, you will receive the original tickets by email.
Due to the limitation of the number of guests, admission can only take place at the booked time
Panoramastraße 1A, 10178 Berlin. Please go directly to security control on the first floor of the TV Tower with your ticket (e-ticket or printed ticket). The steps leading up to the entrance are located on the tower's northern side, directly opposite the Alexanderplatz S-Bahn (rail) station.
You will be allocated seating by a hostess who will meet you at the steps to the restaurant.
Same as the start point.
Enjoy the entry to the panorama floor of Berlin's TV Tower. Take in stunning views the city and its famous attractions such as Potsdamer Platz, the Brandenburg Gate, the cathedral and the Olympic Stadium, from 200 meters above. Beat the queues with this skip-the-line entry ticket to its Observation Deck, standing as high as 203 metres and enjoy a unique panorama and unforgettable views of the German capital.
Enjoy skip-the-line access and enjoy a bird’s eye view of Berlin from your window seats at the "Sphere" restaurant (food not included), located at Observation Deck. Take in the glorious cityscape from your window seat, enjoy the view along the banks of the Spree, admire the Olympic Stadium and see the famous Museum Island, home to the Berlin Cathedral. Enjoy the reservation any time of the day at your convenience. Pamper your taste buds by selecting any food of your choice from the menu on arrival (at your own expense).
You can choose 2 options:
Inner Circle Restaurant Ticket (not a window table)
Window Table Restaurant Ticket
Please check the Useful Downloads section for the Covid-19 visitation guidelines.
Voucher information: No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity.
Access to the tower is only possible with a negative test, as well as for vaccinated or recovered people.
The minimum requirements for visitors 6 years and older are wearing a face mask and proof of a negative test.
Switching between the observation deck and the restaurant is not possible.
Please hand in your coat at the wardrobe in the entrance area - this service is free of charge.
All bookings are subject to availability. Once a time slot has been fully booked there will be no option to book at this time.
Select your preferred date and time. Once the booking is confirmed, you will receive the original tickets by email. Please present these tickets at the TV Tower entrance on the upper level of the entrance foyer (operator vouchers won’t grant access).
For safety reasons in case of an evacuation; wheelchairs, pushchairs and persons with limited mobility can’t access the TV Tower.
There are airport style security checks for all visitors in order to gain access to the TV Tower panoramic floors.
Food and drink of any kind as well as large items of luggage including backpacks are not permitted on the observation deck.
This ticket only includes the restaurant table reservation. This tour includes no food or drinks. Any food or drink ordered at the restaurant is at your own expense.
The entry ticket is to be retained throughout the entire time of the visit and must be presented to staff on request as well as to exit the tower.
Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
Smoking is strictly forbidden throughout the entire building.
From January 15, 2022, the 2G+ rule applies to visits to the Berlin TV tower:
What does this mean? That means that only people who have "recovered", who are "fully vaccinated" or have received their booster dose, may be admitted. Official evidence must be submitted for this. The 2G+ obligation does not apply to people under 14 years.
At the entrance, please show one of the following documents:
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