Euromast Rotterdam

Visit the Euromast in Rotterdam

Euromast is an observation tower in Rotterdam, Netherlands, designed by Hugh Maaskant constructed between 1958 and 1960. It was specially built for the 1960 Floriade, and is a listed monument since 2010. It should be noted that the Euromast is not the highest construction in the Netherlands. The radio tower near Lopik has this honor: the Gerbrandy Tower is 361 meters high.

Euromast Facts

The tower is a concrete structure with an internal diameter of 9 m (30 ft) and a wall thickness of 30 cm (12 in). For stability it is built on a concrete block of 1,900,000 kg (4,200,000 lb) so that the centre of gravity is below ground. It has a “crow’s nest” observation platform 96 m (315 ft) above-ground and a restaurant. Originally 101 m (331 ft) in height it was the tallest building in Rotterdam. It lost this position to the high-rise of Erasmus MC (113.5 m, 372 ft) which was completed in 1968, but regained it when the Space Tower was added to the top of the building in 1970, giving an additional 85 m (279 ft).

Visitor Information

The view from the tower is spectacular. On a clear day, you can see the Belgian city of Antwerp some 80 kilometers away. A ticket grants access to the 100 m platform and the Euroscoop at a height of 185 meters. The restaurant can be found at 100 meters, check their website for the menu and prices. A ticket to the top gives you access to experience the view over the city of Rotterdam, there is no need to eat at the restaurant.


Address: Parkhaven 20, Rotterdam (Click for map)