Tempelhof Airport: Hidden Places - Guided Tour
- Take a look behind the scenes at the deserted airport building and discover the largest underground bunker system in Berlin
- Discover more about the airport's activity during the war and listen carefully to old legends
- Explore the until now not accessible locations and gain a fascinating insight into the biggest historical building in Europe
- Experience the singular opportunity to see places under the airport inextricably linked to its colorful history
Visit the railway tracks under the main building and see where airplanes were built by forced laborers during the Second World War. Don't miss the secret film and archive bunker, in which important documents were destroyed by fire towards the war's end.
Further points of interest include the control rooms of the American allies and the military facilities of the Americans in unusual locations.
Join this tour of the original site to pursue the myths of Tempelhof, feel the spirit of history in hidden places, and gain new insights into the largest monument in Europe.
- Tour guide
When you get there
Former General Aviation Terminal (GAT) area, Tempelhofer Damm 1-7. This is located between Platz der Luftbrücke and Paradestraße U-bahn (underground) stations. When you see the ESSO gas station on Tempelhofer Damm, walk up toward the airport buildings and here you will reach the meeting point.Open in Google Maps ⟶
•The public tour is held in German.
•The tour itinerary is subject to slight changes.
•The tour takes place in Berlin and is run in conjunction with the Tempelhof Projeckt GmbH.