Offering breathtaking views over the German capital, the TV Tower cuts a striking image against the Berlin skyline. Secure yourself a hassle-free entrance ticket to this famous city attraction and bypass the infamous queues of people lining up outside.
What to Expect
With over 1.2 million visitors a year, the TV Tower at Alexanderplatz is one of the most popular sightseeing attractions in Berlin. Due to the huge numbers of visitors wishing to check out the views each day, securing your entrance tickets in advance is never a bad idea.
Thanks to this ticket, you'll benefit from priority entrance. Bypass the endless lines of people waiting to enter and journey straight up to the observation deck without having to queue for hours. Incredible scenes await you at the top. The German capital sprawls out from beneath you, complete in all its glory. Keep an eye out for the city's famous icons such as the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, and Berlin Central Station. Admire the Olympic Stadium, the famous Museum Island next to the Berlin Cathedral, and the modern Potsdamer Platz complex. Follow the path of the Spree and trace your movements in the city thus far.
- Skip-the-line entrance ticket
- Table reservation for the "Sphere" restaurant (if option booked)
This activity is non-refundable
Panoramastraße 1A, 10178 Berlin.
Please make your way directly to the security control point on the first floor of the TV Tower with your e-ticket or printed ticket to hand.
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Know Before You Go
Your ticket is only valid for your chosen entrance time. Please present your ticket to a member of staff on the first floor on the TV Tower on time in order to guarantee entry; should you arrive too late your ticket will become invalid.
Infants under 5 can enter for free.
Due to TV Tower's popularity, please note that despite your skip-the-line privileges for the security control and elevators, you might have to wait a few moments in line on particularly busy days.
Please be aware that the entrance to the TV Tower is unfortunately inaccessible for wheelchair users and those with walking difficulties due to the safety measures in place.
Should the TV Tower be evacuated, please note that this will require you to descend 986 steps.
Visually impaired visitors are free to bring their guide dogs with them.