All you need to know about Olympistadion Berlin tours

Josip Brajkovic
Josip Brajkovic
Published: 6.6.2023.


Olympiastadion Berlin tour

Even though some wanted to demolish it in the 1990s, Olympiastadion Berlin is mostly beloved by the supporters. Not just that of Hertha Berlin, the home side, but of the neutrals as well. Even non-football fans love the ground as it is a multi-sport arena and an architectural marvel. Hence, even the tours of the Olympiastadion Berlin aren't reserved for just the fans of the sport and go beyond it.

Since the reopening after the renovation done in 2004, it's reported that 300,000 people visit Olympiastadion Berlin tours. That's not including events like matches, concerts, or other organized mass gatherings. It's simply tour numbers.

Olympiastadion Berlin tours tickets

First thing is a must, the tickets for the tours can be bought online at the stadium's online shop. Yet, the issue is that the website isn't available in English. So without the use of a third-party translator, it's going to be a difficult to manage.

You can buy the tour tickets on the spot, as the booth is located on the eastern side of the stadium (Olympischer Platz 3). Near the car parking lot and on the natural way to the stadium from the nearest subway station.

It's possible to pay with debit and credit cards, as well as in cash (euros).

There are numerous tours to pick from, both guided and unguided. In German or in English.

During non-guided visits, guests can move around the stadium freely and enjoy the view from different sections. Boards and displays are set up to provide context and information about the history of the building.

Multimedia guides are also available and can provide information about the stadium without the need for a guide.

Bicycles and dogs are not allowed to enter.

The tours are not completely wheelchair accessible. The stadium organization asks wheelchair users who would like to take part in the tour to register in advance.

Specific Olympiastadion Berlin tours

Highlight tour

The Highlight tour shows areas not available to the public, VIP area, changing rooms, and the underground warm-up training hall. Then, the tour ends with the guide providing info while the visitors sit on very the edge of the blue tartan track. The tour lasts around 60 minutes.

Adult ticket price - €15,00

Reduced ticket price €12,50*
*For pupils, students, severely disabled, military or community service members, trainees, unemployed and social security recipients. Valid identification is always required.

Children's ticket price - €11,00
(6 - 14 years)

Family card - €33,00
(two adults and three children between the ages of six and 14)

Highlight tour group

The Highlight tour group offers the same access while it may last for up to 75 minutes.

Group ticket price - €260,00
(maximum 20 adults)

Small group ticket price - €169,00
(maximum 10 adults)

School group ticket price - €198,00
(maximum 20 people, children and teachers combined)

Small school group ticket price - €139,00
(maximum 10 people, children and teachers combined)

Premium tour

The Premium tour delivers on the name as it lasts for 120 minutes and you can explore the non-public areas of the Olympiastadion Berlin as well as the broader area known as the Olympiapark.

Adult ticket price - €18,00

Reduced ticket price €15,00*

Children's ticket price - €12,50
(6 - 14 years)

Family card - €45,00
(two adults and three children between the ages of six and 14)

Hertha BSC tour

The Hertha BSC tour is advertised as a must for the fans of the local team, but football fanatics, in general, will be amazed. This tour provides a look behind the scenes into the Hertha Berlin dressing room, relaxation pool, and press conference area. The adjacent amateur ground is visited as well, along with the nearby training grounds. With some luck (or cunning planning) you can see the players training then.

Adult ticket price - €18,00

Reduced ticket price €15,00*

Children's ticket price - €12,50
(6 - 14 years)

Family card - €45,00
(two adults and three children between the ages of six and 14)

Thematic Tours

The Thematic Tours of Olympiastadion Berlin provide three options to explore extensively: history, architecture, and sports! Each lasting 90 minutes and diving deeper into the selected area. Making the visit to the Olympiastadion Berlin an event worth repeating.

Group ticket price - €310,00
(maximum 20 adults)

Small group ticket price - €185,00
(maximum 10 adults)

School group ticket price - €255,00
(maximum 20 people, children and teachers combined)

Small school group ticket price - €179,00
(maximum 10 people, children and teachers combined)

Birthday tour

The Birthday tour of Olympiastadion Berlin is a bit surprising but a welcomed breath of fresh air. It offers an exclusive tour of the stadium and the places usually closed down for the public like dressing rooms and warm-up areas. The kids will also be able to take part in some sports events like playing football, long jump, and foot races. Includes refreshments in the stadium restaurant and a surprise gift for the birthday boy or girl.

Group price - €325,00
(maximum 10 children and one adult, the price for one additional adult is €25)

Technology tour

The Technology tour of Olympiastadion Berlin examines what is usually taken from granted until it's looked at closely - the science and engineering behind operating such a massive ground. Particularly interesting for this ground as it is a historic structure updated for modern needs. The 90-minute tour explains the infrastructure, security, energy management, lighting, video, sound, etc.

Group ticket price - €260,00
(for up to 15 people)

School groups - €198,00

Exclusive Technology tour

The Exclusive Technology tour has a minimum entry age of 18 and it's easy to understand why as the main bargaining chip is a walk on the roof of the Olympiastadion Berlin! Where views through the translucent membrane of the roof allows for the views of the pitch and the terraces to be enjoyed, while still learning about the technicalities of the stadium.

Group ticket price - €310,00
(for up to 15 people)

School groups - €255,00
(must be over 18 years old)

Things to note about the Olympiastadion Berlin tours?
The players' changing rooms and VIP areas aren't open for visits without a tour guide.
Private tours can be booked in a maximum advance of six to eight weeks.
No dogs allowed.
No bicycles allowed.
No places for luggage storage are available.
No walking on the pitch.
No walking on the blue tracks.
Photos are allowed for private use.
Parking is free of charge.
You will receive a map of the entire site upon buying the ticket at the booth.
Visitation of the Bell Tower and the structure beneath it are NOT included in any of the tours.

The stadium has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor for the fifth time in a row so Olympiastadion Berlin seems like a place not to miss out on even if games or concerts aren’t happening.




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