Can I also visit the restricted areas without a guide (for example, the players' changing rooms, VIP areas, etc.)?
No, this is not possible. Without a guide you can only visit the exterior areas, including the stadium’s grandstands.
Is the entrance fee included in the price of a guided tour?
Yes, the total price includes both the guided tour and entrance fee.
Can I purchase tickets for a guided tour or a visit online or in advance?
How far in advance can I book a guided tour? What lead time is required?
Private guided tours can be booked with a maximum lead time of 6-8 weeks, and public tours with a lead time of about 4-6 weeks.
What is the maximum number of people that can participate in a guided tour?
A maximum of 30 people is allowed per guide. For school classes, a maximum of 30 pupils + a chaperone is allowed. For the Technology Tour a maximum of 15 people is allowed.
In general, how much time do you need for a visit to Olympiastadion Berlin and Olympiapark Berlin?
Around two hours.
Is there a luggage storage service or lockers available on site?
No, this service is unfortunately not available.
Can I take a pram on the tour?
You can take a pram into the stadium. However, you will need to go up and down some stairs during your visit.
Can I take a dog along?
No, dogs are not allowed.
Can you walk on the lawn?
No, you are not allowed to walk on the lawn.
Can you walk on the blue track?
No, you are not allowed to walk on the blue track.
Are you allowed to take photographs?
Does Olympiastadion Berlin offer barrier-free access?
The public areas are barrier-free. For guided tours in restricted areas, access to elevators is available.
Can you rent wheelchairs on site?
No, wheelchairs are unfortunately not available on site.
Do you have to pay for parking?
No, parking is free of charge.
Is there a site plan available?
Are there dining options at Olympiastadion Berlin?
The fan restaurant in the Ostkurve is also open during opening hours.
Can you buy tickets at the visitors center for events (Bundesliga, concerts)?
No. Tickets for Hertha BSC you’ll find at the fan shop here in the Ostkurve. Any other tickets you can buy online or at the local booking offices.
Is the Bell Tower and the Langemarckhalle included in the ticket price?
No, neither of these is part of our visitor programme.
How do I visit Olympiastadion Berlin by public transport?
You can either take the S-Bahn, U-Bahn or various bus lines to the Olympiastadion:
Take the S-Bahn line S3 and S9 to the S-Bahn station Olympiastadion (around a four-minute walk to the visitor centre)
Take the U-Bahn line U2 to the U-Bahn station Olympiastadion (around a 7-minute walk to the visitor centre)
Take the M49 bus line and get off at Flatowallee (around a 10-minute walk to the vistor centre) or the 104 bus line and get off at Neu-Westend (around a 14-minute walk to the visitor centre)
Is it possible to visit the roof?
The intermediate roof can be visited as part of an exclusive technology tour from April until October for a maximum of 15 persons, ages 18+. A request and booking is possible via our online registration. If possible, an alternative date should also be provided if the desired appointment is already taken. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 (0) 30/280 18 -118
Do you offer children's birthday parties?
Yes, we offer children’s birthday parties for up to 11 children plus 2 adults with age-appropriate guidance, an individual sports program and a snack or cake in the Fan Restaurant (180 min). A request and booking is possible via our online registration. If possible, an alternative date should also be provided if the desired appointment is already taken. Contact: email@example.com or +49 (0) 30/280 18 -118