Route and parking

Tempelhofer Feld is conveniently located for public transport and easy to reach by bus and S-Bahn and U-Bahn trains. There are very few car parking spaces so please use public transport.

By public transport

S41  S42  S46  S47 | S-Bhf Tempelhof
(about 3 minutes to the main entrance at Tempelhofer Damm)

U 6 | U-Bhf Tempelhof or Paradestrasse
(about 3 or 5 minutes to the main entrance at Tempelhofer Damm)

U 8 | U-Bhf Leinestrasse or Boddinstrasse
(about 5 - 7 minutes to the Oderstrasse entrance)

BUS 104 | Friedhöfe Columbiadamm or Golssener Strasse stops
(about 1 - 3 minutes to the Columbiadamm entrance)

By car

Coming on the Stadtautobahn, take the Tempelhofer Damm exit

Continue down Tempelhofer Damm and cross Columbiadamm


Entrances

To the west

Main entrance Tempelhofer Damm / S- und U-Bahnhof Tempelhof
Side entrance Tempelhofer Damm / U-Bahnhof Paradestrasse

To the north

Main entrance Columbiadamm / Lilienthalstrasse
Side entrance Columbiadamm / Golßenerstrasse

To the east

Main entrance Oderstrasse / Herrfurthstrasse
(5 more entrances on Oderstrasse)


Opening hours

Opening hours vary according to the season. The entrances are closed at the end of opening hours, although visitors can still leave Tempelhofer Feld through the main entrance turnstiles. You will find monthly opening hours in the column on the right.


Entry

Entry is free of charge.


Accessibility

The three Tempelhofer Feld main entrances and southern Oderstrasse entrances (Crashgate) are barrier-free. All toilets (apart from the sanitary facilities near the main entrance on Columbiadamm) are designed for use by people in wheelchairs. Some car parking spaces along the street near the Columbiadamm and Oderstrasse main entrances are reserved for people with disabilities (car parks with the additional number 1044-10).


Visitor regulations

Consideration and respect are essential if all visitors are to enjoy a relaxing and pleasant time on the field. Please see our visitor information in the download section. All visitors are required to comply with the regulations.

 

 

 

Please note:
  • Cycling and skating is allowed on paved surfaces, but motor vehicles, motorbikes and mopeds are not permitted.
  • Dogs and other animals must be on a leash outside the areas designated for animals. Please dispose of dog excrement in the rubbish bins provided.
  • Barbecuing is permitted only in the three designated areas. Barbecues must be on legs at least 20 cm above the ground so as not to destroy the grass. Baseless, disposable and gas-powered barbecues are not permitted. Please do not dispose of hot ash or charcoal in plastic rubbish bins as this can cause fire.
  • Disturbing the soil is prohibited.
 
Restrictions on use

There are sensitive flora and fauna habitats in the southern area of the former airfield between the runways that are protected at certain times of year, so use of these areas is restricted at these times. These areas are fenced and provided with signs. Please respect the nature conservation areas.

 

Temporary protection zones for skylarks

Please note that the area between the runways cannot be accessed from the end of March until at least the end of July every year to protect ground-nesting skylarks.

 

Park authority (Parkaufsicht)

Visitors are required to comply with the instructions of service and security personnel, who are responsible for enforcing the regulations. There is an office for lost and found objects and first aid in the park authority building.