A striking perspective of Berlin’s Olympic Stadium can be enjoyed from the outdoor observation platform of the 77m-high tower, also built for the 1936 Olympics. En route you’ll pass a replica of the Olympic bell (the damaged original is displayed south of the stadium). In the foyer, an exhibit chronicles the ground’s history, including the 1936 games, with panels in German and English and a documentary featuring rare original footage.

The tower is just west of the Olympiastadion and about 500m north of S-Bahn station Pichelsberg via Schirwindter Allee and Passenheimer Strasse.