Berlin was a cosmopolitan, liberal capital of artistic & social renewal before Hitler’s Nazi Party made it their nerve centre for war, terror, & murder. Join Generation Tours for the only free tour examining the Third Reich, and learn about Hitler’s rise to power and the largest genocide of the 20th century. Hear heart-breaking stories of victims & survivors, discover tales of forgotten heroes who resisted the Nazi's fearsome dominion, see remains of key institutions of the Nazi War Machine, and view some amazingly touching memorials commemorating the 11 million victims of the Holocaust with your third Reich free tour guide. The Third Reich free tour in Berlin starts at 11 A.M. every Thursday and Saturday from our free tour meeting point in Lustgarten.

Please note that you need one short distance metro ticket (€ 1.70) on this tour.

  • Rise and Fall of Hitler's Nazi Party
  • New Synagogue
  • Old Jewish Cemetary
  • Nuremberg Laws & Final solution
  • Night of the Broken Glass
  • Nazi HQs
  • Otto Weidt Workshop for the Blind
  • Resistance movements & Assassination attempts on Hitler's life
  • Trains to Life - Trains to Death
  • Nazi rallys & propaganda
  • Holocaust Memorials
  • Hitler's Germania
  • Reichs Chancellery & site of Hitler's bunker
Starts at
Monday Closed
Tuesday flag11:00 AM
Wednesday Closed
Thursday flag11:00 AM
Friday Closed
Saturday flag11:00 AM
Sunday Closed
Meeting Point
At the huge granite bowl in Lustgarten, the park in front of the Old Museum and the Berliner Dom

By S-Bahn and U-Bahn, take lines S5, S7, U2, U5 or U8 to Alexander Platz, or lines S5 and S7 to Hackescher Markt.

To get to Lustgarten from Hackescher Markt, take Burgstrasse which changes to Spreepromenade along the river. Cross the bridge on your right towards the Berliner Dom and you’ll arrive to a square in front of the Old Museum and the Cathedral in Lustgarten, the meeting point.

From Alexanderplatz, take Karl-Liebknecht-Straße towards Museum Island and, after passing St. Mary’s church on your left, go across the bridge and take a right at the Berliner Dom onto Lustgarten.

You’ll see the guides in the centre of the square at the marble bowl, wearing light-blue T-shirts and name tags and holding blue umbrellas.

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Apologies, this tour is suspended until 2022