The Sachsenhausen Memorial and Musem commemorates the victims of the Nazi regime. From 1936 to 1945 it served as a concentration camp and held many political prisoners throughout World War II. Among them were Joseph Stalin's oldest son and the Prime Minister of France.
You will be able to get up close to history and witness the place where tens of thousands of the more than 200,000 prisoners were mistreated and died.
In the museum, thirteen smaller permanent exhibitions help you understand the different aspects of Sachsenhausen's history.
The memorial is a place of mourning and commemoration with the mission to educate on contemporary history.
Visit the former Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Berlin. Learn all about its history as the brutal training ground for SS and its fate after the war.
Uncover the realities of life and death in the camp where more than 200,000 people were imprisoned by the Nazis. Visit Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial during your stay in Berlin.
Visit Sachsenhausen concentration camp, discover the place where some of the darkest moments in history took place and hear the stories of the victims.