Numerous legends surround the history and architecture of the famous Airport Tempelhof. In the new tour, learn which legends are true and which lie in the realms of fantasy: How many underground floors did the airport building have? Is there actually a tunnel stretching for kilometres, which leads to the inner city of Berlin? Does the airfield have a cellar? Why are there so many legends about Tempelhof?
Our expert guides will guide you in the basement of the building, various bunkers and cellar vaults. You can also explore parts of the tunnel system of the building from 1930s, which was unique for that time. In the tunnel system, you can learn more about the varied history of the building, especially its use during the Third Reich.
Even the so-called film bunkers are shown, whose contents caught fire in the final days of the war leaving behind a multitude of mysteries in its present form.
Public tour in german!
Single ticket for adults: 16.50 €
Single ticket for school and college students: 110.00 € (pupils aged 15 years and above and students having a valid student identity card)
Single ticket for children (6 to 14 years): 8.00 €
The Federal Chancellor and the Heads of Government of the Länder have adopted a number of decisions regarding the coronavirus pandemic.
Therefore we will enact the 3G-Rule starting from the 20th of August 2021.
3G – vaccinated, recovered, tested
Those who are not vaccinated will have to present a negative coronavirus test to attend our guided tours. The rule does not apply to children under the age of 6 years in general and schoolchildren.
Anyone who is not fully vaccinated or has not recovered from the illness will have to present a rapid antigen test that is no more than 24 hours old or a PCR test that is no more than 48 hours old in order to take part in our guided tours.
Every visitor must wear an medical mask during the whole tour.
You may make an advance booking by visiting the online store .
Changes in tour routes may occur as a result of certain events taking place on the site.
Unfortunately, as a result of the existing building structure, our tours cannot be adapted to the needs of the disabled.
Sturdy shoes are recommended.
In case of late arrival at the starting point, participation in the tour can not be guaranteed, the tickets will then lose their validity, there is no entitlement to refund of the ticket price.
For more information about the tours, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The on-site GAT office opening hours are as follows:
Monday - Sunday
10:00 - 17:00 hours
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