Orte der Erinnerung 1933-1945

Orte der Erinnerung 1933 - 1945

Gedenkstätten, Dokumentationszentren und Museen
zur Geschichte der nationalsozialistischen Diktatur
in Berlin und Brandenburg

The Plötzensee Memorial Center

The Plötzensee Memorial Center commemorating the victims of National Socialism is a European site of quiet remembrance. From 1933 to 1945, nearly three thousand people unjustly sentenced to death by the National Socialist judiciary were executed here. They included more than 1,400 Germans and more than 1,500 other people from over 20 other nations. Today, the execution chamber is a memorial. The exhibition in the room adjoining it documents the practice of the National Socialist judicial and penal system in a permanent exhibition in German and English. A computer terminal presents information on all those murdered in Plötzensee. This documentation is constantly expanded by the German Resistance Memorial Center.

Remembrance room for the German and internional victims of National Socialism.
Permanent exhibition on the National Socialist judicial and penal system.

Address

Gedenkstätte Plötzensee (Plötzensee Memorial Center)
Hüttigpfad
13627 Berlin-Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
Germany

Tel.: +49(0)30-34 43 22 6

Email: info(at)gdw-berlin.de
Internet: www.gedenkstaette-ploetzensee.de/index_e.html

The institution on google maps

Turmstraße U-Bahn station or Beusselstraße S-Bahn station
then Bus 123 to bus stop "Gedenkstätte Plötzensee".
The Memorial Center is a five-minute walk from the bus stop.

Or we can be reached through the “Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand” (Memorial to the German Resistance)

Opening Hours:

March to October, daily from 9am-5pm
November to February, daily from 9am-4pm
Closed December 24th-26th and December 31st - January 1st

The site is dedicated to quit remembrance. No tours are held.

Admission:
Free Entry