Discount: 20 % off the historical tour
The Berlin Teufelsberg is not a natural mountain, and its history is anything but ordinary. It houses a Monitoring Station, a fragment of the past with an unusual history.
A former US listening station on a hill made of rubble offers a spectacular view. Look to the east and see the TV Tower and cathedral sparling in the setting sun. 114 meters up on a hill of rubble, the view of Germany’s capital is uniquely beautiful. Teufelsberg played the role of its life in the drama known as the Cold War – as an American listening station.
On the Teufelsberg there is the opportunity for all visitors to open up terrain and accessible parts of the building in various guided tours. An approximately 90-minute historical tour is offered as well as a flashlight hike or a quiet ascent. In addition, private tours can be booked. Further information can be found on the Teufelsberg website.
The Teufelsberg team is happy to welcome you daily to take you on a journey through the history of the station, enjoying one of the most spectacular views of the city and experiencing a street art gallery displaying art of the past. We look forward to welcoming you.
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guided tours: every hour during the opening hours
historical tour: Sat and Sun 1.00 pm