How to get to Signal Iduna Park
Signal Iduna Park is located in the south of Dortmund near the Westfalenhallen conference center. Dortmund’s city center and main rail station are about 3 kilometers away.
The stadium can be reached by car from either the B1 (north, east, and west) or B54 (south). If coming from the B1, take exit Im Rabenloh. The stadium lies a few hundred meters to the south. If arriving from the B54, take exit An Der Buschmühle. Drive east until you will turn with a curve onto the Strobelallee and head straight ahead until you see the stadium.
Signal Iduna Park can be easily reached by train from Dortmund’s main railway station in the center. In just 5 minutes you will arrive at Dortmund Signal Iduna Park station, from where it is a short walk to the stadium. Trains typically run three to four times an hour.
Alternatively, you can take the U-Bahn from the center and get off at station Westfalenhallen, from where it is a 5-minute walk to the stadium. Both line 45 and 46 serve the station.
On matchdays, there is a special service that will continue to station Stadion, which is even closer to the stadium.
The stadium is furthermore within walking distance of Theodor-Fliedner-Heim station, which is on U-Bahn line 42.
Address: Strobelallee 50, 44139 Dortmund
Sleep near Signal Iduna Park
Signal Iduna Park is located next to conference center Westfalenhallen, which means that there are quite a few hotels close to the stadium. Mercure Hotel Dortmund Messe is located right across the stadium and gets good reviews. Steigenberger Dortmund is other options. Expect to pay over €100 per night though. Hotel Gildenhof and B&B Hotel Dortmund Messe are cheaper alternatives. Click here for all hotels near Signal Iduna Park.
As the stadium is easy to reach from Dortmund’s city center, you can just as well stay there. Dortmund is not the most interesting city, but there is more entertainment around than near the stadium. There are cheaper hotels in the center as well. Click here for the options.
Signal Iduna Park stadium tours
Borussia Dortmund organize guided stadium tours that include the dressing rooms, players’ tunnel, VIP areas, mixed zone, stadium prison, and Borusseum club museum (including trophy room). The tour lasts about 90 minutes, or 120 minutes for the PLUS version including the South Stand.
Tours typically run two to three times a day, generally at 12:00 noon, 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm, but the schedule varies depending on the season. There are additional tours on the weekend, including one English-language tour.
There are no tours on matchdays. The Borusseum opens daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Tickets can be bought online, at the Borusseum, or at any of the other matchday ticket sales points in the Dortmund area. Tickets can also be bought before the start of the tour, though the group size is limited to 40 people and it is therefore advised to arrive early.
The tour costs €12.00, which includes the museum. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +49 231 90 20 6600.
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