Dortmund U-Tower is a cultural building situated in Dortmund, Germany. The building was built in 1926-27 and was originally a brewery, it was the first high-rise building built in Dortmund. The brewery housed in the tower was the Union Brewery, hence the name of the tower. In 1994 the brewery closed and the building was converted into a cultural centre in 2010 where locals could go and explore their creative side on an array of different types of projects. As well as being a creative space in the city, parts of the tower are also offered up as events space. The building is a big part of Dortmund's history as it used to be the workplace of many locals.
The building is a short walk away from the main transport hub of the city ‘Dortmund Hbf’ which is served by trains and the S and U Bahns.
Opening Times and Admission
The building is open six days of the week, 11am-6pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday and 11am-8pm Thursday and Friday; On Mondays, the building is closed. The building has a lot of free space open for the public to use.