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Guided tours in the former airport building.In German : Mo - Thu 4 p.m., Fr 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., Sat /Sun 12 a.m. and 3 p.m.In English Wed, Fr, Sat and Sun 1:30 p.m. Special Tour "Hidden Places in the Former Airport building" Mo, Thu, Sat and Sun 11...more
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The building is monumental. At its inauguration biggest airport building in the world. Air traffic has been ceased years ago. Runways still here and rest a huge park with all sorts of activities without any cars, buses etc.
I wasn't expecting such a stellar tour & tour guide, but this may be one of the best guided tours I've taken anywhere .. .. If you are a:
+ ARCHITECT FAN
+ HISTORY STUDENT
+ WAR BUFF
you will love this tour .. .....More
This historical airport is open for tours as long as you prebook. Bookings can be made through the website or almost all hotels in Berlin will arrange a reservation. Note that you will meet at the General Aviation Terminal (GAT), which is NOT the main...More
Even in a city full of history this was a real highlight.
The excellent guides take you on a two hour hike (I was exhausted by the end) going under, over, and through various bits of the old airport.
Throughout the tour the guides showed...More
I visited Tempelhof tours organized by the company located at GAT twice.
At first - in 2016, when I was deeply impressed, but didn’t see one of the main attractions - Arrivals Hall - it was closed due to event & face-stupid security didn’t allow...More
This historic airport with vast sorrounding buildings looks like a graveyard. The fabulous location on the hill, over Kreutzberg it is a prime residential area....it is a paradox to see these extensive facilities dormant of any purposeful activity. The airfield itself is an underuterlised hotch...More
There aren’t many opportunities to visit a once thriving, historical airport and its air field ( for free ).
If you’re not into checking out the inside of the airport, though, people of all ages and families bicycle, picnic, and etc. The operating hours are...More
We saw the tour advertised online before going so we booked tickets. It was an amazing 2 hours walking through history. The guide was so knowledgeable and kept the whole group interested with stories of the various areas we walked through. We even got to...More
I can only agree with other people on here, no way to get into the building itself due to security and everything is locked, you can walk around the outside and on the old airfield and get some great photographs. The tour is... More
I can only agree with other people on here, no way to get into the building itself due to security and everything is locked, you can walk around the outside and on the old airfield and get some great photographs. The tour is well worth the time and money.
YES, there are regular Guided Group tours of Tempelhof. We did a weekend tour, and there was at least one other group being guided around the venue at the time. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and articulated. They... More
YES, there are regular Guided Group tours of Tempelhof. We did a weekend tour, and there was at least one other group being guided around the venue at the time. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and articulated. They guide in different languages. The tour is well organised and very well delivered. Check with the venue for frequency.. .