Located in Olympiapark, this massive tower built for the 1972 Summer Olympics, boasts an observation deck 190 meters up in the sky. Ride up the fast elevator (going almost 16 mph) for astounding views of the other Olympic monuments, Munich, and the Alps. There are two open viewing areas and one that is enclosed (and has main sights marked on the glass). Check out the small rock and roll museum included in the ticket price, featuring musical memorabilia like Elton John’s mirror piano. Since its opening in 1968, the tower has registered over 35 million visitors. Enjoy 360 degree views of the city—and if you're hungry, stay to dine at the Michelin Star decorated 181 Restaurant.
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