Berlin Icebar Polar Expedition

€ 19,50

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Please be informed of the governmental Corona measures for entering the Berlin Icebar:

  • You must have either a negative testing result (no older than 24h), a fully recovered medical certificate (no older than 6 months), or a certificate of being fully vaccinated with you
  • You must wear a FFP2 face mask when not seated at a table
  • You must have the contact tracing 'luca' app on your smartphone, and you must check-in & check-out with it


  • 3 free drinks, 1 in the tavern and 2 in the icebar
  • Down Jacket and gloves to keep you warm
  • E-ticket directly available on your smartphone
  • Free cancellation up to 8 hours before the scheduled start of the activity.


  • Location: Spandauer Straße 2 (next to Alexanderplatz)
  • For current opening hours see the Berlin Icebar website
  • Child ticket available for 6-18 years old, children aged 5 and under can enter for free with a paying adult
  The coolest bar in Berlin   Go on an historic German Polar Expedition   Including 3 free drinks


  • Drink from glasses made of ice
  • Kept at a constant -10°C
  • Stay warm with provided winter wear and included drinks

Join the crew of the Hansa

Once you step across the threshold of the Berlin Icebar you’ll be transported to a tavern in Bremerhaven. Here you can meet your fellow crew members and share an included drink before the captain calls you to board the Hansa.

When you are armed against the cold with a warm jacket and gloves, you’ll enter the actual icebar. As the ship gets stuck in the ice it is time to abandon ship and step into the icy world of the Arctic. Enjoy two more included drinks, this time from glasses made of ice, while you try to stay warm.

German Polar Expedition

The real Hansa crew left Bremerhaven on 15 June 1896 in the presence of King Wilhelm I and Chancellor Bismarck. Only one month later the ship ran into pack ice and got stuck a little more every day. As the ice crushed the ship, the crew abandoned ship and took shelter on an ice floe where they had limited supplies and were under threat from polar bears. A year after they left Bremerhaven the surviving crew made it back to land.

  • See all the best highlights of Berlin
  • Ticket valid for 24/48 h.
  • GPS Audio Guide in 13 languages
  • Panoramic roof for the best views
  • Free City Sightseeing Berlin App available
  • Discounts at various partners


City Sightseeing Berlin will save you time and money during your stay in Berlin. Choose between a 24- or a 48 hour ticket and see all the best highlights in Berlin. You can hop on and off the at every stop. The GPS audio guide on board is available in 13 languages and free Wi-Fi is included on all buses. Download the free app and get a live view of what the routes of the buses are, so you can reduce waiting times to a minimum. Get your tickets now and enjoy your holidays in Berlin to the fullest!

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