The Euromast is the highest watchtower in the Netherlands and an essential part of the city’s skyline. The elevator takes you to a height of 100 meters in 30 seconds, where the viewing platform and the Brasserie are located. From there you have a 360 degree view over Rotterdam and its surroundings. The Euroscoop, a rotating glass elevator, takes you all the way to the top at 185 meters. (This is temporarily closed until probably July 2022)
The Euromast, designed by the Rotterdam architect HA Maaskant, was built in 1960 on the occasion of the Floriade and was 100 meters high at the time. In 1970 the tower was expanded with a Space Tower, to a height of 185 meters, making it the highest watchtower in the Netherlands.
Groups of more than 12 people are also welcome, but must book in advance.
The Euromast is the only attraction in Europe that you can abseil from, of course under the supervision of a professional, from May to September.
Fancy a cup of joe or some food?
The brasserie is open for brunch, lunch, high tea, high wine and dinner. If you want to eat in addition to the visit to the Euromast, we advise you to reserve this for the visit via www.euromast.nl/de-brasserie, without a reservation we can not guarantee a table.
On the ground floor is our coffee corner, a cozy and kids-friendly restaurant including a shop with delicious coffee and delicacies. Here it is possible to eat and drink without a reservation.
The Euromast is located in the Scheepvaartkwartier and can be reached from Rotterdam Central Station with tram 8 in the direction of Spangen. The attraction is also accessible by Water Taxi . There is paid parking for cars, buses can park for free in the parking spaces intended for them.
* 25% discount with the Rotterdam Welcome Card on the entrance ticket. (the Euroscoop is extra bookable for 4 euros per person)
Reservations are required via www.euromast.nl/tickets, select the option ‘Voucher & Discount pass other € 0.00’ and reserve a date and time.