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Panoramic View from Kollhoff Tower

Panoramic View from Kollhoff Tower

Europe's fastest lift and most likely Berlin's best sunset - only two of the things the 103 metres high Kollhoff Tower is scoring with.


After the visitors get zoomed up to the 24th floor in only 20 seconds, they will have a spectacular view of close-by Potsdamer Platz, as well as City West and City East. Add to this a free exhibition on the history of Potsdamer Platz.

Top10 Berlin tip: enjoy the view with a coffee and a piece of cake in their all-glass café or while sipping a sundowner on their terrace to unwind from the day.




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Panoramic View from Kollhoff Tower

Potsdamer Platz 1
10785 Berlin
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Business hours

  • Viewing Platform:
  • Daily: 10.00 am - 08:00 pm
  • Winter: Shorter viewing hours
  • Café:
  • Daily: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm (except for private events)

Important information

  • Ticket Prices: Adults: 6,50 euro, discount ticket 5,00 euro, family ticket: 15,50 euro (2 adults and max. 4 children up to 15 years)
  • Barrier Free: Yes
  • Remark: The main entrance is on Alte Potsdamer Straße. Opening hours can be prolonged during summer and be shortened with adverse weather conditions, on holidays and for special events.
  • Parking: Available at cost in the car parks of the area.

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