Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand
The German Resistance Memorial Center is a place of remembrance, political education, active learning, documentation and research.
The permanent exhibition is an ensemble of over 5,000 documents including photographic panels and background information about the many Germans who actively resisted or sacrificed their lives opposing the Nazi dictatorship. Some of the best known were the writer Thomas Mann, the students Hans and Sophie Scholl and the painter Käthe Kollwitz. Scenes for the film “Valkyrie” – the code name for the 1944 assassination attempt against Adolf Hitler plotted by Colonel Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg were shot on location here in 2007. In addition to the permanent exhibition frequent special exhibits and public events are held here.
Audio guides in English and other languages are available to guide the visitor through the exhibition rooms.
Stauffenbergstr. 1310785 Berlin
- +49 30 26 99 50 00
- Opening Hours
- Mon-Fri 9-18, Thu 9-20, Sat/Sun und public holidays 10-18
- Admission Fee
- Admission free
- Guided Tours
- Sun 3pm, Guided tours (free) by arrangement
Source: Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand, Bearbeitung: berlin.de
| Last edited: 3. August 2018