A recently completed high-rise building in the heart of Berlin, Berlin TV Tower is THE attraction to be at. Fascinating heights, iconic views and adventure - what else do you really need?
Berlin TV Tower in a Nutshell
10 am to 10 pm, from November to March
9 am to 11 pm, from April to October
P.S. The Tower will be closed on 7th November, 2022
Know before you go
Best time to visit - Early mornings (before 11 am), or late evenings (after 7 pm)
Starting Prices for Berlin TV Tower Tickets - €24.50
Suggested duration - 45 to 60 minutes
Location - Panoramastraße 1A, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Why Visit The TV Tower
1.The Berlin TV Tower is an observatory deck that stands at a whopping heaight of 207 m about ground level. You know that means? If you want sweeping views of Berlin, this is where you go.
2. Going up the tower also makes for a fun game of 'Spot the Landmark', as what else is there really to do when you're 207 m high up?
3. With excellent views, you also get gourmet food! The TV Tower is home to a revolving restaurant that takes on a culinary journey, quite literally.
4. Think of all the awe-inducing pictures you can take for the 'gram, with the views as the backdrop!
Berlin TV Tower Tickets - Which One Should You Buy?
The Berlin TV Tower is a favourite among tourists and locals alike, as it IS the perfect way to end a day with a beautiful sunset and some adventure. Hence, long waiting lines are natural. Here are the top rated Berlin TV Tower tickets you can buy, so you can save time and dime:
While all tickets we offer have a fast view mandate, you can choose additionals depending on whether you want a great breakfast, or a great meal with the views!
Buy your Berlin TV Tower tickets on Headout and save $8 using code: HOBLOG
Top things to do at Berlin TV Tower
1Drool over the views!
The Berlin TV Tower is known for the beautiful views it has on offer. Once here, not only will you see the city in a different light (from 209m above ground), but the beautiful city of Berlin, is nothing less than a sight to behold.
2Eat while revolving
Nope, we're not kidding. The Berli TV Tower is home to revolving restaurant! A WHOLE revolving sphere! This ticket booked throuhg Headout will reserve the best seats (inner circle or the windows) for you at the restaurant. Good food, incredible views, and a restaurant that revolves, what else do you need?
3Brekkie with a view
Yes, we wrote brekkie! Afterall, what better way to break your fast than eat good food and look at good views. Nothing. You have our word. This also makes for a fun date experience, so take your significant other along for a breakfast with a view!
Plan Your Visit
Berlin TV Tower Opening Hours
The Berlin TV Tower is open from 10 am to 10 pm, from Novemeber to March, and 9 am to 11 pm from April to October
Getting to the Tower
Buses 100, 200, M48, N5, or TXL will take you to S+U Alexanderplatz - the TV Tower is a 3-minute walk away
Trains HBX, RB14, RE1, RE2, RE4, RE7, S3, S5, S7, or S9 will take you to the Berlin Alexanderplatz Bahnhof - the TV Tower is a 2 minute walk away
Best Time To Visit the Berlin TV Tower
While there is no perfect time to visit the TV Tower - it's an established fact that the views are best during sunset. Ideally, it’s also the perfect time to bump into a plethora of people. If you're someone who loves beating the crowd, sometime early morning, or late evening should be the best time to visit.
Things to Know before you visit Berlin TV Tower
1. It is mandatory to show one of the following documents at the entrance:
- A Covid-19 negative test result, not older then 24 hours
- Proof of completed vaccination, older than 14 days
- Proof of recovery from Covid-19, not older than 6 months
- Valid pupil ID card, for Berlin pupils
2. When you book a restaurant inclusive ticket, it's important to know that the time you've booked the ticket for, is your reservation time at the restaurant - so go there first.
3. When you're making resevations for the restaurants, if you reserve a spot in the inner circle, you can't request for a window seat later.
4. Queues for security check and the elevator are expected, and natural, since the TV tower is such a popular attraction.
5. Infants under 4 can enter the tower for free
6. Entry to the tower is not permitted to guests who need physical assistance/use crutches, solely because of the architectural design of the tower.
Thing to do near near Berlin TV Tower
Here are some top attractions which are located near Berlin TV Tower, that you should add to your itinerary.
If you're a history buff, this one's for you. DDR is an interactive museum that's one of the most-visited musuems in Berlin. The DDR Museum talks about a variety of experiences: from everyday life in East Germany, to the Berlin Wall, and Stasi.
One of Berlin's most famous landmarks, the Reichstag is your chance to experience Berlin like never before. From the dome, you'll be able to catch sight of the most famous sights like Potsdamer Platz with Sony Center and Bahnower, Alexanderplatz with TV tower, the dome of the Berlin Cathedral, Berlin City Hall, and much more!
A visit to the Berlin Dungeon will take you through a spooooky journey of Berlin's gruesome history - all the way from the Middle Ages, to the 19th century. With theatrical actors, stages, scenes, special effects, and more, this is your chance to indulge your senses in classic, spooky story-telling.
The Wall Museum East-Side Gallery, aka the Berlin Wall Museum , has all the insight you need to learn more about dramatic history of the Berlin Wall, and to learn the story of divided Berlin - all through multimedia, and the 13 themed rooms at the Museum.
One of Berlin's most prominent family attractions, AquaDom and SEA LIFE is an attraction across ages and groups. The exhibits on the display here include tank homes for starfish, rays, sharks, and several other marine animals. Also, you can wtiness feeding time!
Restaurants Near Berlin TV Tower
With good views, good food is primary. Here are the restaurants where you can find the best meals to unwind with after an adventurous day at TV Tower:
If us talking about it for the entirety of this blog wasn't enough, we had to include the revolving restaurant again, duh! With an extensive menu ranging ages, cuisines, seasons, and drinks, if you're on the hunt for good food with views that leave you mesmerized, this place is it.
One of the best restaurants in town for Asian food, Momotaro Tavern is the place to be! Famous for its ramen, it is the perfect spot to be when you’re hungry and need prompt service.
A one-stop shop for every meal and cuisine you can imagine, Gregory's is certain to raise your spirits every time you visit. Oh also, don’t forget to try the coffe - it's famous!
Nope, this restaurant is not named after the iconic character of Jeremy Reed from 'The Mindy Project', but it certainly is as charming. 😛
Extremely well-known for providing the best brunch in town, you know you have to visit the restaurant!
If you're on the hunt for Spanish food, this is it. With tapas that are widely known, and service and views that'll leave you asking for more, you know this restaurant is a must-visit. Must we tempt you anymore?!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Berlin TV Tower?
Located in Panoramastraße, Berlin TV Tower is a unique structure 209m above ground level that provides unique views of Berlin and its most iconic landmarks. Oh, it also has a revolving restaurant!
How much does a ticket to Berlin TV Tower cost?
A ticket to Berlin TV Tower typically starts from €24.50, and increases as you continue to add more experiences.
How do I reserve my seat at the revolving restaurant of Berlin TV Tower?
It's easy, really - you book an inclusive ticket on Headout! When you book an inclusive ticket, you not only get exclusive discounts, but you can also reserve your spot for the restaurant!
How tall is the Berlin TV Tower?
The Berlin TV Tower stands at a whopping height of 209 m above ground level. You know you're getting the good views from up here!
What are the opening hours for Berlin TV Tower?
The Berlin TV Tower is open from 10 am to 10 pm from November to March, and from 9 am to 11 pm from April to October.
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