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A visit to the camp is not complete without the museum. Every exhibit (especially the uniform) which one recalls from many movies, tells a story of truth & tragedy. Carefully laid out and selected, they give an respectful insight into the real situation in the...More
We did this camp independently and felt it was better than a guided tour as the audio set was excellent. I did listen to a guide and he was saying more or less the same information so therefore we could walk round at our own...More
Although there is not much left from the original camp, you can learn a lot of what happened when it was active.
They have a lot of pictures and you can walk all around the place where used to be all the buildings.
Whilst on a walking tour of the concentration camp, we were given some time to have a look around this small museum. It had a number of fascinating exhibits relating to the period when the camp was under Nazi and Soviet control.
The visit to...More
The museum is small and filled with displays from both the Nazi and Soviet occupation of the camp. It's not a very big place. Part of the building was closed when we were there. The back portion houses W/Cs and a small cafe. The museum...More
We planned a stop in our trip from Hamburg to Berlin. We found that this place is easy to find, has ample parking, has both free entry and paid guided tours. We chose to purchase a narration machine and make our way through the camp....More