Olympic Bell Tower in Berlin
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Welcome to the web-site of the Visitor's Center at the Olympic Bell Tower in Berlin!

Frontansicht Glockenturm mit Langemarckhalle während des Festival of Lights

The observation platform on top of the Bell Tower provides an excellent view of the city and the surrounding areas: from Spandau in the west, to the Alexanderplatz in the center of Metropolitan Berlin. On a clear day, visitors are able to see all the way to Potsdam and the Mueggelberge. You also have a terrific view of the Olympic Stadium!

The tower was modernized for the 2006 World Cup of Soccer at a cost of nearly 7 million Euros. A newly constructed, glass-enclosed elevator, enables visitors to view scenes from the history of the building. The ground floor features a documentary exhibition, sponsored by the German Historical Museum, and informs visitors in both German and English about the Olympic Games of 1936 and the history of the site.
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Historic Site: The Olympic Grounds 1909 – 1936 – 2006
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Flyer Documentary Exibition »Historic Site Olympic Grounds 1909–1936–2006« [PDF 1,3 MB]
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