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Reichstag FAQs

Book a guided Reichstag tour and your personal guide can share the most important facts about the German Bundestag and the work of Parliament as you go, or you can choose to have a look on your own.

Don't forget, organizing entrance to the Reichstag is separate from booking tours.

If you're planning to visit the Reichstag and its dome, you must register first via the visitor service. You'll be asked to provide the first names, second names and dates of birth of all visitors and these details will be verified with an ID check on-site before entry is granted.

The best time to visit the Reichstag is on a clear and sunny day. Good weather makes it a great place to see more of Berlin from the top of the dome.

Weekdays tend to be quieter than weekends, when the tourists descend, although it's good to note that you must always register in advance for entry with the visitor service of the Bundestag. Allow at least two days before you plan to visit for this to be approved.

The closest public transportation hubs to the Reichstag are S+U station Brandenburger Tor, U station Bundestag, or the 100 bus to the Reichstag/Bundestag stop.

Coming by car? You won't find a lot of parking available as the area is busy, but there are a few private parking options.

Don't forget to book your Reichstag tickets online first with the visitor service of the Bundestag.

The Reichstag is a great place to start if you're new to Berlin. You'll get a real history fix in here.

Listen to insightful commentary on the city via the audio guide, available on-site. Learn about the city's important buildings and colorful past as you take a 20-minute, 230-meter-long ascent up the dome. Children and people with disabilities have their own special audio guide.

There are also extra services available such as guided Reichstag tours, lectures, and exhibitions, and you even have the chance to sit in on a government debate. That's one way to brush up on your German.

Tickets overview

  • Home to the Bundestag, the lower house of Germany's parliament

  • Dates back to 1894 when Germany was still an Empire

  • Used for political discourse until the Reichstag Fire in 1933 (an event that helped Hitler seize power) whereafter politics moved to the Kroll Opera House

  • The second most visited attraction in Germany

  • The glass dome replaced the original cupola that was severely damaged during World War II

If you want to visit the rooftop terrace and dome of the Reichstag, then remember to register!

It's one of Germany's most popular attractions so the sooner you book, the better.

Reichstag tickets include:

  • Advance registration is required to visit the roof terrace and dome of the Reichstag Building

  • Admission to the dome is every 15 minutes, with final admission at 21:45

  • Closures: the rooftop and dome will experience seasonal closures. Make sure to check for the most up-to-date closure information

  • Audio guides for the dome are available

  • There is a restaurant on the rooftop terrace

  • People with disabilities, along with elderly or frail visitors, parents with prams, and guests who have reserved a table at the rooftop restaurant may use the West C entrance, below and to the right of the West Portal

  • Do not bring large luggage – there is no storage on site

  • Your items will need to pass through an X-ray machine before you enter the building; you will also pass through a metal detector

Accessibility guide

  • Wheelchairs are available upon request

  • Induction loops assist visitors with hearing impairments to hear plenary debates and lectures in the visitors’ galleries

  • For visually impaired visitors there are: braille labels and audio floor notifications in the lifts; tactile models of the Reichstag Building and the parliamentary and government district; and a tactile diagram of the plenary chamber and dome

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Mitch,  Netherlands Netherlands
28 May 2024
Nathan, our tour guide, was kind and well informed. He waited for people and made sure everyone could hear him. There was no time pressure and time (4 hours) went by without it feeling too slow.
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GREGORY,  Greece Greece
21 May 2024
Worth joining as you get valuable information regarding the historical aspects of Berlin City. Jonathan was very explanatory without being overtalkative and using humour to make the walk fun!
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Awaji-mitop,  Netherlands Netherlands
14 Jul 2024
It was fun and educative, personally, I loved the experience especially exploring on bike with ma crew 😉
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About: Reichstag

The Reichstag is one of Germany's most important historical monuments: a symbol of democracy, and a reminder of the country's turbulent past. Show your Reichstag tickets and explore this internationally recognized building, where Germany's politicians debate decisions that have an effect at home and around the world.

Platz der Republik 1, 11011, Berlin
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