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Berlin Icebar – tickets, prices, drinks at the bar, dress code

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Everything at the Berlin Icebar is made out of ice and it is the No 1 thing to do in Berlin Nightlife on Tripadvisor. 

The attraction is maintained at -10°C (14°F), and visitors experience what it is like to be stranded on the North Pole and enjoy three complimentary drinks out of a glass made from ice.

All visitors get a thermal coat and gloves to withstand the arctic temperatures.

The actual Icebar is maintained at -10°C, but in the Lounge bar it is comfortably warm. 

Note: If you are intoxicated, underage, or unable to show your age Icebar Berlin doesn’t allow entry.

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What to expect at Berlin Icebar

As soon as you enter the attraction you get a Seaman Book that documents you as a crew member of the Hansa. 

The first field in the Book is for a cocktail or beer at the Lounge Bar (can also request for soft drinks).

The other two fields are for two drinks at the Icebar which will be served in a glass made of ice. 

You will be able to choose among two different flavours of vodka, regular vodka, sambuca, rum, Heineken beer and for the most healthy ones, orange juice. 

Besides these three drinks, there are others available for a price. 

The whole experience is played out as if you are a crew member of a ship called Hansa which is on its way to a Polar Expedition.

Enjoy the Icebar’s ambient lighting and ice sculptures while putting your endurance to the test.

Guests usually spend around forty-five minutes at this Berlin attraction. 

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This Berlin Icebar ticket gets you access to both the actual icebar and the lounge. 

Since this is a skip-the-line ticket, you can avoid lines at the ticket counter and walk in through the entrance.

Be available at the ice bar ten minutes before your reserved time slot. 

You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.

Children under the age of five can go in for free. 

Cost of tickets

Adult ticket (16 to 99 years): €23.40
Child ticket (6 to 15 years): €11.95

How to reach

This Berlin Ice bar is at Spandauer Straße 2. It is a 5-minute walk from Alexanderplatz. Get Directions

Berlin Icebar’s timings

From Wednesday to Friday Berlin Icebar is open from 5 pm to 12 am.

On weekends it is open from 4 pm to 12 am.

On Monday and Tuesday the attraction remains closed.

How long does Ice Bar Berlin take?

Inside the actual Icebar, you can stay up to 20 minutes. Most guests don’t spend that much time and are out in about 15 minutes.

However, you can hang out in the lounge as long as you like, and try out delicious cocktails, Heineken or Desperados beer.

Dress code for Berlin Icebar

There is no dress code for visiting Berlin Icebar – whatever you usually wear for a visit to the bar should be fine.

Before you step into the actual ice bar made of ice, all guests get an extra coat (a poncho that fits multiple sizes) which you can wear over your clothes. 

All visitors also get gloves.

It is better to avoid wearing shorts, skirts, dresses or open shoes as the icebar is maintained at -10°C, and it can get very cold.


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