Third Reich Berlin Walking Tour
Our Third Reich Berlin Walking Tour shows you all the important sites of Berlin when the city was the capital of Nazi Germany.
- Enjoy a walking tour around Berlin
- Experience the 'Third Reich'
- Learn about WWII and Hitler's Germany
- Bring children under age 12 for free
Explore Berlin under the Third Reich
Hitler’s reign of terror began here in 1933, spread across Europe, and collapsed with the Battle of Berlin in 1945. For 12 years Berlin was the capital of the Third Reich.
On this tour, you get to see the consequences of the ‘Thousand Year Reich’ - including the ‘T4’ euthanasia programme, the killing of hundreds of thousands of Sinti and Roma, and the murder of millions of Jewish victims in the Holocaust.
Visit Berlin’s Jewish district, explore the site of the former SS & Gestapo Headquarters at the Topography of Terror Museum, see the destruction caused by Allied bombing in WWII, and how it affected the Berliners.
You'll learn about the rise to power of the National Socialist Party, how Joseph Goebbels’ propaganda strengthened the party’s grip on the German people, how Albert Speer planned to make Berlin into Germania, capital of the empire of the world, and stand before Hermann Göring’s sprawling Luftwaffe HQ.
The tour ends where it all came to an end: in front of Germany’s parliament, the Reichstag, where Soviet forces were placing their flag above a ruined Berlin whilst the Führer prepared to commit suicide not even 1 km away.
How do I get my tickets?
Shortly after your booking is complete your e-ticket will be sent directly to your email, just print it out and bring it on your tour.
Where does the tour start?
The tour starts in front of the restaurant Weihenstephaner opposite Hackescher Markt S-Station. Please be there 10 minutes before the tour starts.
Where does the tour end?
The tour ends outside Reichstag (The German parliament).
How do we get around on the tour?
It's mainly a walking tour, however, the tour includes a short train ride, so please bring an AB public transport ticket or buy one from your guide (An AB-day pass costs €7).
How long does the tour last?
The tour lasts 4 hours.
What languages is the tour available in?
The tour is operated in English only.
What happens if it rains?
The tour is on rain or shine, so please wear clothes and shoes according to weather.
Are there children's tickets?
Children under age 12 are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Youth tickets are available for people under 26 years old.