Information material about the German Bundestag © German Bundestag
The services offered by the Visitors’ Service of the German Bundestag are free of charge.
If you are interested in one or more of our services for visitors, please contact us:
How to book one of our services: Please let us know the date and time when you would like to visit the Bundestag, as well as the number of visitors and the service you are interested in. Please also list one to three alternatives dates/times, as we cannot always fulfil every request. Don’t forget to include your address and your telephone number.
Please note: Given the high level of demand and limited capacity, we are unable to meet all requests.
If you have any questions regarding the services we offer, please contact us by telephone:
+49 (0)30 227-32152 or +49 (0)30 227-35908.
The minimum age for participants in any of the services for groups is 15 years. This does not apply to visits to the roof terrace and dome, lectures for school groups, tours for families or children’s days.
People with disabilities, elderly or frail visitors, parents with prams and visitors who have reserved a table in the rooftop restaurant are allowed access via the entrance below and to the right of the West Portal (West C).
For security reasons, large pieces of luggage may not be taken into the Reichstag Building. No storage facilities are available on site.
Bags, coats and other items are subject to an X-ray examination and visitors are checked with metal detectors in the entrance area.
We reserve the right to alter all arrangements at short notice. Signs will be posted to announce any alterations made.
The German Bundestag is accessible for people with disabilities. The Reichstag Building can be accessed by wheelchair users via ramps and also via the "Disabled Entrance" (West C). The exhibition on parliamentary history in the Deutscher Dom is also accessible. Wheelchairs are available on loan if required. Induction loops assist visitors with a hearing impairment in hearing plenary debates and lectures on the visitors’ galleries. For deaf visitors in groups of at least ten people, sign language interpreters can be provided - provided this is requested in writing well in advance. Assistance for people with a visual impairment and blind people is provided in the form of Braille labels and audio floor notifications in the lifts. A tactile model of the Reichstag Building and a tactile diagram of the plenary chamber and dome, as well as a tactile model of the parliamentary and government district, enable blind and visually impaired guests to explore the forums of German democracy.
On request, special tours can be held for blind and visually impaired people in groups with a minimum of ten guests.
All visitors are free to take the information material on the German Bundestag provided in the entrance area at the West Portal and in the cloakrooms on the visitors’ level of the Reichstag Building. Alternatively, it can be ordered in writing from:
Platz der Republik 1
or by fax:
+49 (0)30 227-36200