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Information For Your Visit

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Getting Here

Public transport

U-Bahn
U6, Schwartzkopffstraße (elevator) 
Tram
M5, M8, M10, Invalidenpark 
Bus
120, Bundeswehrkrankenhaus
120, 142, 147, 245, TXL Invalidenpark

You can find us here

Kieler Straße 2, 10155 Berlin

Hours & Prices

Hours

May 1 to October 31
Thursday and Friday, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The memorial is also open for you on the following days:

Monday, 20. May, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday, 13 August, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday, 3 October, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday, 9 November, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Prices

Admission to the memorial is free.

Price of tour: €3.50 per person, reduced €2.50 (students, ALG 2 recipients, asylum-seekers, people with a disabled ID or Berlin Pass). Participation in guided tours is free of charge for schoolchildren. Maximum number of participants 10 persons. Group tours are possible from 5 persons.

Accessibility

Corona measures

Corona measures

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We recommend wearing an FFP2 mask when visiting the tower. However, there is no longer an obligation to wear a mask.
Due to the spatial condition of the tower, a maximum of 15 people are allowed to enter the tower at the same time.
Date: 24 April 2023

Accessibility

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Disabled Parking
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Accessibility
The tower is not barrier-free. It is important to wear sturdy shoes. Visitors enter the tower at their own risk and should be comfortable with heights. There is a steep staircase inside the tower. Children under 8 are not allowed in the tower. For safety reasons, only 15 people may enter the tower at once.

Aids
Unfortunately, there is nowhere to sit inside the tower

Restrooms and Diaper-Changing Rooms

Please note that there are no restrooms or diaper-changing rooms at the Günter Litfin Memorial.

More Information about accessibility of the Berlin Wall Foundation can be found here.

FAQ

FAQ

How much is admission?

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Admission is free.

How much does a tour cost?

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Tours for pupils are free. The tour is also free for adults accompanying the group. Regular tours costs €3.50 per person, with a reduced price of € 2.50 for students, ALG 2 recipients, asylum-seekers, people with a disabled ID or a Berlin Pass. Group tours are possible from 5 people.  Bicycle tour: € 5.00, reduced € 3.00 per person. For schoolchildren participation is free of charge. 

To the tours

How can I book a tour for my group?

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To request a tour, please complete the form on the website and send it to us. Visitor Services will process your request as quickly as possible and contact you if they have any questions. After your request has been processed, you will receive a confirmation email with information regarding your tour.

We are less than 10 people, but would like to book a separate group tour. Is this possible?

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Yes, small groups of 5 people or more can also book their own guided tour in the tower.  Use our live speaking offer if you want to come with less than 5 people.

How many people can participate in a tour?

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No more than 10 people can enter the tower at once. Tours are therefore limited to 10 participants.

What payment methods do you offer?

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For groups, payment is possible only on account. 

Am I allowed to take pictures or film in the tower?

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You may take pictures and film for private use only, but using tripods and selfie sticks is not permitted. You must contact our press department before making professional film and video recordings. Violators will be fined €500,00 for each act of infringement.

Do I have to register in advance for a public tour?

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At the moment there are no public tours. You do not need to pre-register for the live speaking every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and every Sunday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Just drop by!

Is a visit to the tower barrier-free?

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The tower is not barrier-free. Please wear sturdy shoes. Visitors enter the tower at their own risk.

 

Can I visit the tower with my children?

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For safety reasons, children under eight are not permitted inside the Günter Litfin Memorial. 

Are there places to sit in the tower?

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Unfortunately, there is nowhere to sit inside the tower.

Are there restrooms in the tower?

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There are no visitor restrooms.

 

Is there a cloakroom in the tower?

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Unfortunately, there is no cloakroom in the tower. However, backpacks and large bags can be left with our visitor services employee at the entrance.

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