Highlight-Tour from May 31st
As of May 31st, guided tours will be offered again at the Olympiastadion Berlin
Since May 8th, 2020 the Olympiastadion Berlin is opened for visitors again. Coming weekend, guided tours through the site will finally be possible. The inside areas of the stadium are still closed for visitors due to protection against COVID-19. However, as a special highlight, visitors can now go on to the blue track – Usain Bolt’s “record track”.
From May 31st and on all following weekends and holidays, visitors may take guided tours through areas that aren’t usually accessible to the public, at 11 am. On the blue track the impressive perspective of the multi-function-stadium can be experienced while the guide informs you about the history and architecture close by – of course while considering hygiene and distance regulations.
Guided tours can be booked at the visitor center or online at www.reservix.de and www.visitberlin.de. Once more, group reservations can be made by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 (0)30 / 280 18 118.
Decide, whether you want to discover the five-star-stadium with a competent tour guide or on your own, as individual visits are still possible. The information panels will inform about the historical site.
May: Mo – Fr: 12 pm – 6 pm // Sa, So, Holidays 10 am – 6 pm
June: Th – Fr: 12 pm – 6 pm // Sa, So, Holidays 10 am – 6 pm
Visitations will not be possible on days that Hertha BSC plays in the Olympiastadion Berlin.
The latest information about changes, opening hours and entrance fees can be found at www.olympiastadion.berlin.