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Well done hanna for getting that far! It seems the security are pretty heavy up there at the moment Might not have even tried though if we had read your story before! Thanks for the comment Kim. It seems the guards are a permanent presence in Teufelsberg now. I haven't had time to get up there to investigate it further, but aim to do so within the next month.

It's just too good to be off-limits all of a sudden. I promise an investigative report to follow! As of now May 22nd, the place is open for both official and unofficial visits. It seems to have become somehow commercialized, but with proper urban exploration skills it is a proper place for a visit besides, you can do it in a rather easy manner. There are multiple options to trespass the fence, just stay away from the main gate. There are some works in progress, but nothing much was happening on Sunday's afternoon.

Highly appreciated, made my day! I visited just a few days ago and there were at least two easily found holes in the fence. The path seemed well worn and there were only other like minded adventurers present — no security at all. Something is definitely out of the ordinary with the occupancy and use of the place although I can't out my finger on what it is. The stairs were freshly swept and someone had taken to attempting to repair hand rails and other bits around the place?

I've been back to Berlin several times since, sometimes with my wife a former WRAF I met there but never trekked up to the old place. I'll be over in November and this time I might give it a looking over. Great site here people, well done. Mick, an old cold warrior. Been there twice, mid september and then again 9th October. Went midday both times; around 2: Lots of other tourists the second time, was a bit dodgy walking around on the bottom, some squatters have moved back in and seemed a bit suspect, but once you ascend to the higher tower I didn't see any trouble.

There seems to have been an art exhibition there or something Went there for the first time today. Just walked around the perimeter.

No need to venture in. Thank you for a wonderful blog! I've been reading it for a couple of months now, but didn't go to any of the places before last friday. My bf and I took the trip to Teufelsberg in extremely thick fog. We didn't get the view over Berlin, but we got a hell of a cool mood while ther.

Snook around for almost two hours. At some point we heard a male voice shout "HALT! No idea if it was the guard, but we stayed low after that, and didn't talk that much for the remainder of our stay. Planning an outing with a friend this weekend, and another with my bf the week after.

Thank you again so much for the detailed info on how to get in etc. Have you by the way heard of the abandoned insane asylum?

A friend of mine mentioned it, and am considering doing that one, but need more info about the place before deciding. Guards I can handled - but if there are dogs, I'm staying clear! Just went there on this past Friday Dec 12th. We didn't encounter any security but we did come across a several other explorers. Some said that they had heard security was more strict as of the past month or so and that you could get a ticket up to Euros.

We decided to proceed anyway. The gate at the driveway has a gap that you can squeeze through and if you go at night as we did I'm sure it is much easier to remain undetected. It was a really interesting site and I would highly recommend a visit but as always be careful. There are many places to take a nasty fall and apparently security might be cracking down. We decided to wait a bit, walk around the fence. So we had some hesitations to get in.

But we found a hole in the fence and get in! Be very careful cause it might be dangerous with the rain and the mud. I just can advise you to wear something very warm and enjoy it! We also went to Teufelsberg last Sunday. We tried to get in at around 2pm but there were quite a few security guards and there was also an official guided tour happening on the site for 15 euros per person. We asked some people who were just coming out through a whole in the fence if it is easy to get in: But we also heard they usually leave when the tour ends around We couldn't wait too long as it was freezing but sunny, and around 2: Once we got into a building we heard a dog barking and a security guard shouting, we ran to the other side of the building and went up the tower.

The guards did not follow us, and indeed later they left, and the site was full of people wandering around, even a mother with two kids! It was definitely worth it, amazing site, though you have to watch your step when walking around.

Apparently the security thing is just a facade whilst the "official" tour is happening I were there today 30 January with a couple of friends and, after a shitload of trying to sneek in quiet to avoide the guards, was greeted with childrens laughter.

Was it not guarded by mean german security guards? We met people in different groups, amoung them kids - and NO guards. It was not a guided tour or anything, just a lot of fellow explorers enjoying the site in the great but freezing weather. So I guess the security is sporadically to frighten people from going there. Check out pictures of the day here the light was amazing up there: Thanks for the comments. Seems the guards aren't too worried about protecting the place, rather they're more worried about protecting their incomes.

Though how and why they have the right to conduct "official" tours is another question. Seems very suspicious to me. Yeah the light's fantastic for exploring right now. Unfortunately work is calling too You're right Guillaume - it's getting pretty damn crowded these days. No wonder they want to start charging people We have been there today saturday.

No security at all but a bunch of other explorers and young kids partying. The guided tour is every sunday. Maybe it's better to go there on other days. The view is amazing and definitely worth a visit. I was in Teufelsberg on March Couldn't wait to see that place, and when I got there, the place was just amazing.

One longboarder I met on the road was helpful and explained, that security is in site only on Sundays, when there are excursions on station. He showed me the hole apparently there are various holes around the fence. So I got in, walked around, took pictures.

There were around 30 people around the station, all friendly and various aged. After about an hour I noticed security at the gates so I quickly went and told some other people and we went out of the station trough a different hole, near ski slope. I heard some dog barks, so security also had dogs. If was by Teufelsberg May 10th - lots of ways in - holes everywhere.

Really nice place, but not so secret anymore. We meet at least 10 other explorers - and was "caught" after 2 hours by a guard. He was somewhat cranky in the beginning, talking about calling the police and deleting our pics, but warmed up, and told us that we could have visited legally on sundays.

Ended up paying a fine which was the same price of the guided tour. I was there today- no security, but I did met a few other people. Tons of broken glass from assholes trashing the place, so good boots are recommended. Found a way in very, very easily, and started snapping away. After about half an hour two security guards caught us and some others, and escorted us out, whilst the whole time we could hear youngsters in the radomes above throwing bottles off the top!

I decided to give it until after six to see if the guards would leave, and then tried again solo. I managed to make it the roof after playing cat and mouse with the guards, but there was a man putting some railings around the edge of the roof who phoned security, and before I could even get my tripod set up I was joined by security. He didn't threaten me with a fine after I made it clear I didn't understand his German unlike some people have said, and was actually nice enough to let me get the shot that I wanted overlooking the city to the East!

I made my way down getting a few more shots, obviously before exiting the site through some very obvious holes at the back of the site. Definitely worth the mosquito bites we got! Would love to go again for sunset. Hi, I used to work here. And I can confirm that there are wild boar in the forest - I came across a family of them on my mountain bike. I bought that bike back in in a shop in Berlin and I still have it.

It was the best way to get around the city because the Germans are a clever lot and they provide cycle lanes everywhere. Anyway - back to T-Berg, as we used to call it. The work room was a bit boring and had no windows. We worked shifts so we did not see day-light for many hours. There was a pretty good restaurant on site and it did a decent burger and chips at 4am - the Americans shift system was different to ours for some reason and their vending machines were full of American junk.

Tasted OK but you knew it was pure crap. No, I am not going to say what I used to do because that is all behind us now. It is a shame that the site has not been redeveloped into something more interesting. Oh yeah, there was a nudist colony in the woods somewhere. I cam across that on a bike ride with my girlfriend now wife. I do remember finishing a morning shift and running back to our accommodation which was in the Olympic village behind the stadium.

Thanks for your comment. If you're interested in talking a bit more about your work there, please get in touch! There were also these strange creatures working there that sometimes wore blue shirts and camo pants. Having worked there, I also remember listening to Waldbuhne concerts while on the roof.

I also have fond memories of rappeling off the climbing tower outside the fence as well as off a bridge that crossed a gully. Went there last week with some friends. After sneaking in through a hole in the fence we were caught by a guy wearing a security vest who took us into a nearby building. There was a guy waiting there who told us we had to pay a 5 dollar "entry fee" and sign a waiver that they weren't responsible for what happened to us in any way shape or form very German.

There we're also a couple graffiti artists around the place that were working on new pieces. Some of the buildings were off limits though luckily not the cool main one with the domes because there was asbestos and exposed fiber glass in them.

This all happened on a Thursday and after sneaking in we saw that the main gate at the entrance was open and you could just enter and exit through that. Was there on 20th of July and had exactly the same experience as the above poster of 16th of July. We actually found an empty copy of that waiver in a building and took it with us. Hasn't managed to find any real info when googling the company name: I'd say that the best graffiti is in building with the main tover.

By total good fortune followed a couple of kids who climbed a fence to gain entry. As a 64 year old adventurer I found the entire discovery adventure a real blast. Finally found the external stairway and made it to the top for an amazing vista of the city and the surrounds.

The graffiti kids have done some cool work and everyone seemed to be chilling out. Warren, I think you met us as well, while you were there on Monday.

We went exploring after about 7pm and had a blast climbing buildings we shouldn't climb and getting on tops of things that weren't easy to get on top of. It was very chill and there were a ton of people there hanging out, exploring, and creating new graffiti. Irish, are any of your sites that you've posted about, no longer accessible?

And do you have plans for more explorations? Otherwise, everything else is still explorable, albeit with increased security in places, and with people trying to make money from explorers in others.

And yes, I do have plans to write about a couple more explorations I've done lately. Time or lack of it is my main problem at present. I'm definitely looking forward to it! We're going to Berlin for the entire month of September -- here's hoping you find some time until then: I also visited Teufelsberg in August I saw about 6 or 8 people there, no security at all.

I was there today with some friends. We tried to enter through the main gate. But a guy stood there and acted like a guard, he told us that he wanted 5 euro per person for entrance. It was obvious he had no rights to do that. So we found a hole in the fence quite tricky to find actually and entered. At the tower we really saw a LOT of people who wanted to check out the place.

Before we were leaving however, we checked out a place that looked like a "village" with a small spy tower and two "bars" made for open air parties probably.

Then the security guy suddenly stood there again and asked for a ticket. We started to walk away, but then another guy came out of the small tower, talking to the "security guy", apparently a friend of his. The guy was wearing a kaftan and a turban. We got away, but the security guy was kind of intimidating. Being at the tower was totally chill, they were even rigging up a lot of stuff for what seemed like a music video. But the security guys - it smelled like scam and corruption.

Hi, I went there a couple of times, but I recently went there 1 weeks ago. Me and my friend, really had difficulties to find a place where to go through the fence, as it looks like they closed and the holes that were through the fence.

We finally found our way climbing over the fence, but my dress got a bit stucked in the barbed wire, so I ended up with a couple of holes in my dress, but didn't hurt my self. Anyway, if you're a woman, I would recommend you not to were adress or a skirt if you decide to go there. Once, inside, we talked with a guy who was living there in the small tower. He asked us if we paid to get in, and we said no.

Apparently, the security guy was his friend. As he was a bit insistent, we pretendind that we would go to meet and pay the security guy a bit later, but of course we didn't. Then, we went to explore the place, but didn't have any other trouble, and we didn't see the guard. The last time I went there, in july, it was so much easier to get in, and while we were sitting in the building looking at some guys making some graffitis, the guard appeared, he had a look at the guys making graffitis and at us, but didn't say anything at all, and then just left.

I have been there a couple of times this summer, but the last time that I went was much different than before. It was Saturday, Sept 1. The fence had undergone some major repairs, and we had trouble finding a hole. Eventually we found one that looked brand new, and climbed through and started walking around. Despite the newly restored fence, we weren't too worried about guards as there were a handful of people kind of lying around, and I just assumed they were hanging out.

We were caught almost immediately by a weary seeming guard who just looked like a normal guy and escorted out the front gate. He asked us to tell him where the hole that we found was, but we just kind of mumbled about climbing the fence so he dropped it. We went right back through the same hole and approached the main towers from the opposite side, but we were a bit put off because we could hear people doing work to the building with electric saws, etc.

Again we saw some people lying around the main building, and when they saw us they kind of started looking at us so we ducked behind some bushes.

Finally we decided to approach them, figuring they probably were involved in the tours run by artists, very low key and would let us stay if we acknowledged that no insurance would cover us if we got hurt As in the past. As we started to walk towards them though, a car drove up and screeched on the breaks as soon they saw us so we ran. On our way out we saw the same guy who had kicked us out -- he was closing up our hole.

He just kind of shook his head and said "Really? Again" and we apologized and climbed through. Does anyone know what's going on up there? Other than a few Australian teenagers we met in the woods just inside the fence, there seemed to be no one unofficial up there, which is a big difference from last time. Are they restoring it maybe or doing some kind of repairs?

The "guards" had multiplied and seemed to actually care if people were there or not, and that car screeching to a halt seemed pretty serious Also, if anyone is seriously interested in this stuff and has an extra ten euro or so, it's worth it to take the tour if they are in fact cracking down for real. I did the tour with my language school when I first came to Berlin, and the people running it are super chill and relaxed, but also knowledgeable.

There were also a couple of cars and a van, which surprised us as we were not aware that the place was being actively used by anyone. Sorry to hear you're leaving Berlin soon. Hope it treated you well. Also, thanks to the anonymous posters and Justine for their contributions.

Every one of your comments are of great help to anyone thinking of visiting Teufelsberg. Hi Guys, I have been meaning to go to Teufelsberg since I moved here 6 months ago.

Unfortunately I only got around to it yesterday. Firstly my boyfriend and I walked the wrong way so got lost in the forest for a few hours which really wasn't as romantic as it sounds. When we finally got to the front gates of the spy station there were quite a few people waiting there as there was a sign on the locked gate which read 'Tour at 4pm' and other signs suggesting the tour would cost 7 euros.

We were a bit disappointed with that and discussed with the others there if there were any holes that we could climb through, after circumnavigating the fence we found that any tiny hole that might once have been had been completely covered.

He left the gate again and everyone in the group decided that there was something really strange about the whole thing and that we did not want to fund it. Considering everyone was there to see it, no one went on the tour. Managed to get a couple of shots of the spy station on the walk around the fence but will not be going back, it looks like the place is run by a bunch of opportunists now, and not even nice ones.

I visited the Teufelsberg site on Monday 24th September. Due to the popularity of the place it looks like they're regularly letting visitors in for a 7 Euro fee- the place actually felt a little crowded at times. It's possible to get through the fence- there are literally dozens of wholes, breaks in the fence which have since been resealed with barbed wire and mesh. Access points are scarce so I'd recommend pliers or wire cutters to reopen a gap.

Security seemed pretty lax, they were unable to distinguish myself from the legitimate paying customers- I think that Hanna's horror story 45 may be an unfortunate exception.

Upon leaving the site I cycled down the path towards HeerStrasse. I paused as I heared the sound of mysterious grunts and squeels, they were coming from the trees beside me.

Upon closer inspection- A wild boar- piglet by its side- the thing was charging for me. After reading this article I thought these WildSchwein were something of a myth- but they're real- they're there- they're aggressive- take care!! Hello, Yep, a beautiful, eerie site. Went there on the last warm week-end of October.

Did not know about the place much, apart from the fact I really wanted to see it. Did not know of this blog at the time either. Walked up the hill and just saw a bunch of people standing in front of the gate - nobody quite knew when when it was starting and for how long it would last, but they were waiting for a tour.

A hand-made sign graffitied on a piece of cardboard inside said something like "guided tour every hour". I did not want to wait around, and noticed some traffic along the fence towards the left of the gate, so decided to explore. A few hundred meters in - bam - there was a small hole in the fence with a steady stream of people it was a week-end sifting through regularly. I happily explored the surrounding buildings for a while and then found the way to the highest tower - of course, I just had to get up there.

Got to the first level platform where another dome sits and this is where I ran into the asshole who presumably runs the tour. I was starting to climb up the stairs towards the highest dome when he interpelled me and asked me if I had a stamp.

I said I didn't pretty much like another hundred people there, but that's not the issue. So he said I have no right to be there and have to get down.

He said he owned the place, was renting it, and it was private property. I asked to see some proof of that - or maybe like a guide pass - something official. At which point he said he will call the police. I said, please do. And then he started getting very agressive and threatening, screaming at me to "get down" - like an order.

I wish I knew kung fu as I was really tempted to smack his ass for pointless agressive abuse. But he was sturdier and larger than me, and I was standing with my back to the staircase, so became afraid he'd push me down the flight of stairs or something.

So I decided to retreat. I went around the wall and stood there until he left. Then I went up to enjoy the magical acoustics, but the experience was by now just a little bit spoilt as I could not get rid of my anger from being threatened like that.

By a blatant liar on top of things. I still wonder why he interpelled just me, and not, for example, the two german dudes with cameras not far behind who also climbed through the hole. Maybe because I was a girl and on my own. So come with friends: I am only for creative takeovers of places by artists and various nutter communities, but now I'm really sad to know the site is being taken over by a bunch of nasty opportunists.

Can we do something about it? Hi Malina, Thanks for sharing your experience. Happy to hear you still enjoyed your visit despite that asshole. But I reckon you took the right approach. Of course you're always within your rights to ask for some form of ID. Even the ticket checkers on the trains carry ID. Unfortunately there are opportunists everywhere, and Berlin is just like everywhere else in that regard - maybe even worse. Hey IB, Glad to share - and yes, it was absolutely amazing despite meeting the biggest prick on earth there.

Thanks for this blog - I'm up for more adventures now! Malina, your story prompted me to go have a look again for myself. So I went again today. Will post the latest update shortly. You're very welcome by the way. I'm glad people get a kick out of it. Not literally of course - that's the last thing I'd want. Former Teufelsberg-Guide, I'm very sorry, I did not wish to remove your comment.

I was simply trying to remove the link. Below is a copy of the original comment you left, and I will post my original response below too: He organize the security at his own expenses to protect Teufelsberg from vandalism, metal thief and firebugs.

There are on workdays security guides on the area, they may be a kind of rude, for my opinion the organisation of security and entrance fees is still a bit obscure at the moment. But it is not legal to take entrance fees on workdays without visiting the TBerg while a guided tour. Please use the regular - legal - way and visit Teufelsberg on Saturday or Sundays 1 p.

In response to the original comment left by the poster above. As I wrote in response to your previous comment: I'd have a lot more compassion for protecting the heritage of Teufelsberg if there weren't hired goons threatening and assaulting people on the site. Whether they work for Berlin Sight Out or merely themselves is almost irrelevant. Nobody should physically or mentally abuse anyone, in any circumstances. As you can see from all the comments above, I'm not the first person to run into problems.

I'm sure I won't be the last. Just because the guy running the operation has permission from the owner to run tours does not make it OK to bully and harass people, even if you think it's merely being "kind of awkward with you. The place is fucked. It was fucked when I was there in for the first time.

I have a new update that I'll be posting now. It fills in a few blanks in the story. Thanks for taking the time to write. Sounds like you have some fond memories of that place! I'd love to hear more of them. Can you email me? You'll get my email address through my profile above, or by clicking here: Greetings -- I spent some time in Berlin before and after Stackpole -- the blue building with the tower and the 2 domes. I spent time discovering tunnels from the Hauptkadetten Anstalt Andrews Barracks to Templehof and the tunnels under Templehof -- there is as much below ground as above ground.

I also found some of the Funkstelle the Wehrmacht used at Teufelsberg. The US, the Germans, and the Brits just covered it up and built on top of it. There was a tunnel from Marienfelde site to the east but this was discovered and closed. I sat pos, transcribed, and hate reel to reel to this day. Spoke with tower guards. Had a special tour of Spandau and saw the special resident. Stole an East German flag from a unit in Magdeburg.

Had a great time. Want to go back one day. Thanks for sharing your experiences! I'd love to hear more, so If you could email me directly I'd much appreciate it.

You'll get the email link by clicking on my profile page. I worked there from to closure, then finished my tour working from Gatow. It's a bit sad to see the place looking like it does, but i would actually love to return and have a look again. You know there's a reunion later this year? I'd love to hear more about your experiences.

If you see this, please get in touch. You'll get my email address through my profile above. Having read these comments quite a few times before I finally got around to going today, I thought I'd add my thoughts and try to give an honest opinion because what I experienced was quite different to what I expected. First of all, I was planning on going through the fence, not paying some dodgy people for a tour. Well after walking the wrong way for about 20 minutes don't follow Google Maps on your phone if you've searched for Teufelsberg I finally got up there.

Just as I got there I saw a group of about 6 people being let in. In an instant I decided it wasn't worth trying to get through the fence because a the guy had seen me walk up the hill and b I wanted to take pictures and I didn't want to get found and kicked out after 2 minutes after having come so far. So, I coughed up 7 Euros and joined the tour "tour".

Once I was in I was very satisfied with my decision because I saw a lot of people and several "tour guides", one of whom was American and was actually talking like a real tour guide from what I gathered from a girl later on though, his cost 15 euros and was a bit longer.

I trailed the group taking pictures until the point where I lost them accidentally. Later I'd discover they went up to the domes and not down which is where I went. After that I wandered around on my own taking pictures "off the tour trail" and didn't see anyone else, which was pretty great. Eventually I gave up and started walking back. One of the guys saw me and was suspicious I hadn't paid and took me back to the gate, I asked if I could go up the tower and he said the tour was over.

The next bit is what surprised me. The guy at the gate said I was in his tour and told the other guy to take me up to the tower with a couple of people who were waiting for the tour so I basically got 2 tours in the end and didn't miss anything. I was genuinely surprised by this given that I expected these guys to be dodgy thugs. To be completely honest they were actually pretty nice and decent I'm not saying they have always been like this of course. Overall it is a shame not to be able to explore the place like you used to, but to me it was still definitely worth paying 7 euros because I had a great experience on my own most of the time and got some nice pictures.

It seems that what once was a thuggish operation is now a pretty well-established tour thing, they even have books on Teufelsberg for sale at the gate. Oh and on another note, on my way back from the second time around a load of people got caught going through the hole in the fence.

It's still there, around to the left of the gate. If you get there at a time when they are not I was hoping it would be empty on Sunday but apparently not , then you could still get in. Just thought I'd share my experience.

I'm not excusing them for past behaviour but it seems like they've cleaned up their act a bit. If you want to just wak around and take photos, you can either chance it or pay 7 Euros.

If you want what sounded like an actual tour with the American guy it's a whopping 15 Euros. Hope this information helps some people, as all of the comments here helped me. James, thank you very much for your comment. I'm glad someone had a positive story to share after all the negative stories I've heard and the bad experience I've had. Thanks for taking the time to share. Yeh, they are probably still jerks to anyone trying to get through the fence to be honest.

My advice would be if you choose not to sneak in, then on the way back down from the tower at the end of the tour, when you take a left to go outside and back down, to take a sharp right and go down the next flight of stairs. A torch would be very useful though because some parts down there are pitch black I used my phone. Then once you're finished exploring this bit where there are literally no people, tourists or "tour guides", you can head around the building to the start and just claim you got lost.

What's the situation at the moment? I'll be in Berlin 1st of februari friday until tuesday the 5th, and would love to visit this place. The situation hasn't changed much since I last updated this post. There is security on the site most of the time, if not all of it. The crowd they work for offer "official" tours on Sundays, and "unofficial" tours on other days, which may or may not actually involve them guiding you on a tour. If you google Teufelsberg tours I'm sure you'll find them.

And if you hop the fence, they'll probably find you. Can I tell you I love your blogs! My friend and I are great fans of photography, and we googled exciting places in Berlin to go to - first hit, your blogs. We went to the Spreepark on a very foggy night in November, and I can't but be honest, it was the craziest experience I've ever had.

Edging along the fence, solely to discover a weak spot in the fence, was half an adventure. It was rather cold that night, and everything stood in deep mist. However, lately in these dark and cold wintery months, did I get excited about spring. I'm curious if it's possible to create a timelapse from the Teufelsberg overnight?

I passed the area last year with my bike on a short trip, and took notice of the security guards everyone is rantng about, heh ;p. Do they 'ever' leave?. I'm sure, that if they do, they lock the main gate etc. Well, is there a way to get in via paying as hopping the fence I believe puts you onto their hostile list ; , and just Or do they patrol the area and kick you out once it gets dark?

Oh and, do you "have" to join a tour? Hi Christian, I'm not sure what hours the security guards keep. When I confronted them one of them told me he lived on the site, but the head of the company that employs them told me no one lives there. So someone's telling porkies. I think they expect you to stick to the tour, no wandering off freely, but others have done just that and lived to tell the tale. I didn't take a tour, so cannot really answer your question. Best to just go up there and have a look for yourself.

Let us know how you get on! Well, I went there a couple of days ago as it was a beautiful day but unlike other times, the fences had been 'fixed' and I went round to try and find a gap, but didn't find any. I had no tools so didn't even try to climb the fence. The last time I went was in June , the fence was full of holes and access was easy. I didn't see any guards, dogs but quite a few visitors. Obviously, there not much left there, the buildings have been vandalised but I went up the tower and it's actually a little scary.

The elevator shaft is open, and a fall would be nasty. As you go up the stairs, the wind gets stronger, there are no protection rails but the views are amazing. Artists well, guys who make graffiti have had a hell of a time there. Here's my take on the place: I can verify that were were indeed "Wildscheine" Wild pigs in Gruenewald.

I drove to Andrews barracks from "the Hill" one day in and they hit my Ford 12M and ran off before I knew it. Those were the days. G'day I just posted on the Vogelsang page. In fact I would be willing to adventure with you if you'll have me.

I'm not scared of anything and physically fit. These places are magic. There will be no lack of people willing to go on adventures with you once you get there. And you're right - these places are magic. I went to Teufelsberg a few times before, first some years ago when everything was pretty much open to everyone, then last summer and it was as you described some weird-looking guards asking 5euros and a signature, then letting me wander freely.

I always had plenty of fun and made a lot of good photographs there No, they fit the description of the guys I met in November. It's an official company as such, with permission from the owner to be on the site as long as they take care of "security".

He doesn't care what money they make from tours, so they treat it as a cash cow and are milking it now while they still can. First I would like to thank you for your blog! Really hepful when you want to do cool stuff in Berlin.

I managed to get in Teufelberg, under the fences. After a couple of hours, we tried to climb the stairs to the tower ; one can find metal doors at each floor, some of them barbed. They were not closed, because there was some visits running. Arrived to the third floor, we faced a guard, who said us to go back. He seemed to call someone with his phone So we returned to our hole in the fence, which had already been repaired.

We decided to "flee" by the main entrance, when we saw one or more, according to my buddy, who had a better point of view police car heading towards the main entrance. We were pretty stunned. However, we managed to cross over the fences without being caught, although I do not know whether the cops were here for us or not So saturday afternoon is, as one could easily guess, not the safest hour to get into the park.

Used to work for the British and saw TBerg from my flat each day. Went up there kite flying and walking the dog. They keep a low profile during the day and are best avoided when they have little ones. Be careful on TBerg in June as there are tics. Some are nasty and infect your blood if you get bitten.

As to the listening station and why I'm glad its being looked after there was a fire there couple or so years back. Long live Teufelsberg which by the way has now been remeasured and is found to be larger than they thought Check this out in the German press April Thanks for the comment Helena.

Personally, I think they're just making money from admission fees, that the place is already thrashed to fuck and can't be any more thrashed, but there you go.

If they are preserving it - and i think it should be preserved - then good. Hi all, I'm currently researching a longform article about Teufelsberg and I would love to hear some personal experiences of it. If you've been there, had contact with the people who have taken it over, or know anyone who worked there or, of course, worked there yourself , then I'd love to hear from you.

I'm writing a piece on Teufelsberg for a literary magazine, and I'd love to include your experiences in it. If you're interested, you can reach me at henrykrempels at gmail. Hello Just a quick update. I made it over to Teufelsberg yesterday monday with a couple of friends. We walked a little way along the fence, noting most of it had been shored up with metal, mesh, barbed wire, seemingly anything to hand. We had assumed it might be quiet on a monday, but arrived near the gate to find 7 or 8 folk who had already paid up to a frail looking fellow with a clipboard.

To be honest, having read through the comments on here thanks btw! Perhaps a little pessimistic At first, it was a little annoying that the guy insisted we stay with him and the group, but you know, it's not a big site, yet there's enough space to explore without feeling as if you're in each other's pockets. They gave us plenty time to take photos and i took tons , have a poke around and check out the amazing acoustics.

I wouldn't say everything felt super-organised, it was pretty lo-fi, but there was a presence that I think would be hard to avoid, there were atleast 3 guys on-site one wearing a go-pro for some reason and there were already more folk waiting to go in when we left they locked the gate when we got in. So, pretty popular, even on a monday. It's an amazing place regardless of how you enter the premises.

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