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The Reichstagsgebäude historically hosted both the Lower House of the German Parliament during the Empire as well as the Weimar Republic’s Reichstag until the arson attack that led to the 1933 Reichstag fire. Today, it is the seat of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany. Its iconic, 23 meters high glass dome with an observation deck is open for the public to visit. Book a tour in advance to make the most of your stay in Berlin!
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4 Tips for Visiting the Reichstag building

Reichstag, Berlin | Photo: Reinhard Link CC-BY-SA 2.0
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You’ll need to register in advance to take part in a guided tour, and registration is only possible through the German Bundestag. If you want to visit the building spontaneously, it is possible to register up to 2 hours before admission at the visitor services booth near the Berlin-Pavillon. Make sure you have a form of official ID with you for registration! As visiting the Reichstag is a popular tourist activity, be there early in the day or prepare for up to 1-2 hours of waiting.
Observation Deck | Photo: Marmontel CC-BY 2.0
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The walk up to the observation deck on top of the dome can is reasonably long and can take some time, so wear comfortable shoes and clothing!
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In general, you’ll be left on your own to visit the dome after a guided tour has been completed, but there are free audio guides available in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Turkish, Dutch and Chinese. There’s also a special audio-guide for children!
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For families and disabled guests, there is a side entrance with shorter waiting times left of the main entrance. The Bundestag offers further assistance to disabled visitors through wheelchair accessible facilities, induction loops, tactile models, an audio guide for blind visitors as well as a video guide for deaf visitors of the dome.

General Information

Opening Hours:

The dome of the Reichstag Building can be visited daily from 8 am to midnight, with final admission at 10 pm. Guided tours are available when Parliament isn’t sitting, daily between 10:30 am and 6:30 pm. It is also possible to watch a plenary sitting of the German Parliament in the public gallery when the Parliament is in session, these take place from 1 pm to 4 pm on Wednesdays, from 9 am to 10 pm on Thursdays, and from 9 am to 2 pm on Fridays. Käfer, the rooftop restaurant of the Reichstag, is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm, then again from 7 pm to midnight. Reservations are required for both tours, seats to watch debates, and meals in the restaurant, as you’ll need to be registered in order to pass through the building’s security control.

Tickets:

Admission to the Reichstag, its dome and the terrace on the roof is free. A reservation is required as stated above.

Address:

Platz der Republik 1
11011 Berlin
Germany

How to get there:

The Reichstag building can be reached via U-Bahn lines U55 (to Bundestag), U2 (station Mohrenstraße, about 10 minutes away), or U6 (Friedrichstraße, 5 minutes away). S-Bahn lines S1, S2, S3, S5, S7, S9, S25, and S26 stop at Friedrichstraße station, as do regional trains.
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