The Olympia Tower (Olympiaturm) is the tallest structure in Munich. Build between 1965 and 1968, the tower is located in Olympia Park, next to the Olympia Ice Center. It is the best place in Munich to get a birds-eye view of Munich and the surrounding area.
For a small cost, visitors can ride the elevator to the top at a speedy 7m/s, where they will arrive at the viewing platform 190m (623ft) above the ground below. If the weather is clear, it is possible to see all the way to the Alps, and to Germany's highest peak - the Zugspitze.
At the top Munich's highest restaurant, the Drehrestaurant, can be found. The restaurant itself makes a full 360 degree revolution every 53 minutes, giving visitors great views while they are enjoying their meals. A Rock and Roll museum housing various memorabilia from artists such as Frank Zappa, Pink Floyd, ZZ Top, Bruce Springsteen, Rolling Stones, Kiss, Sting, Queen and many more can also be found here.
The tower is open every day of the week, from 9am to midnight, with the last lift up at 11:30pm.
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