Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum


Straße der Nationen 22
D-16515 Oranienburg

Tel. +49-(0)3301-200-0
Visitor information: ++49-(0)3301-200-200
Fax +49-(0)3301-200-201


Opening times:

March 15th  until October 14th: daily between 8:30 - 18:00
Oktober 15th until March 14th: daily between 8:30 - 16:30

During the winter season, the museums are closed on Mondays. The Visitor Information Centre, the open-air exhibition, "Murder and Mass Murder in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp" and the site of commemoration "Station Z", are open to the public every day..

Please note, that dogs are not permitted within the memorial grounds.

Archive and Library:

Tuesday - Friday 9:00 - 16:30

Visitor Service: Mondays to Fridays 8 am-4:30 pm

Exhibition in the T-Building "The administrative Centre of Concentration Camp Terror" Mondays to Fridays 8 am-6 pm Saturdays and Sundays 10 am-4 pm


Entry is free.

Guided tours

The price of guided tours is €15 for up to 15 people, and €25 for up to 30 people. Groups should not consist of more than 30 people, if they are to be of a responsible, educational size. Tours in foreign languages incur an extra charge of €25 per group. Themed tours cost €3 or €2 (discounted).

How to reach us (From the cente of Berlin)

By train:

Take the S1 (S-bahn Wannsee to Oranienburg) until Oranienburg station. This is the last stop and the journey takes around 45 minutes from Berlin-Friedrichstraße station. Trains leave every 20 minutes.

Take the regional train RE 5 (Regionalbahn 5) from Berlin-Hauptbahnhof towards Stralsund/Rostock, alight at Oranienburg station. Journey time is around 25 minutes from Berlin-Hauptbahnhof, with one train an hour.

Take the regional train RB 12 (Regionalbahn 12), from Berlin-Lichtenberg towards Templin, until Oranienburg station. The journey takes around 25 minutes, with one train an hour.

From Berlin-Hauptbahnhof and Berlin-Friedrichstraße you will need an „ABC“ ticket, and from Berlin-Lichtenberg a ticket covering zones "BC".
Tickets are valid on the busses of Oranienburg public transport OVG as well.

Bus line 804 (hourly, 8:19 etc., direction „Malz“) and bus line 821 (11:55, 1:55, 2:55, 3:35 and 5:00, direction „Tiergarten“) to the Sachsenhausen memorial (stop "Gedenkstätte").

Following the signs to the memorial by foot, takes around 20 minutes.


Museum des Todesmarsches - Außenansicht

Death March Memorial in Below Forest


Belower Damm 1
D-16909 Wittstock

Tel.: +49-(0)39925-2478
Fax: +49-(0)33093-77835


Opening times:
The open-air-exhibition an the historical site at Below forest are accessible by daylight.
Educational programs and guided tours with previous notice only.
The office and the bookshop are opened Monday to Friday 10:00 - 16:00. Closed on December 24., 25., 26. and 31. and on January 1.

How to get there:
Highway A 19, exit Wittstock; take Landstraße L 153 Wittstock - Röbel and follow the signs to the memorial.


T-Gebäude - Eingang

Brandenburg Memorials Foundation


D-16515 Oranienburg

Tel. +49-(0)3301-810912
Fax +49-(0)3301-810928

'The inspection of the concentration camp 1938 - 1945. The system of terror.' A documentation.


Opening times

Monday to Friday 8:00 - 18:00
Saturday and Sunday 12:00 - 16:00

How to reach us (from Berlin city centre)

By Train:

S-Bahn line S1 to Oranienburg Station. This is the last stop. The journey takes around 45 minutes from Berlin-Friedrichstrasse, and trains leave every 20 minutes.

Regionalbahn RE5 from Berlin-Hauptbahnhof. Train goes to Stralsund/Rostock. Alight at Oranienburg station. The journey takes around 25 minutes, and there is one train an hour.

Regionalbahn RB12 from Berlin-Lichtenberg station, travelling towards Templin. Alight at Oranienburg station. The journey takes 25 minutes, with one train an hour.

Bus nr. 805 from infront of Oranienburg station. Alight at the stop of the finance office (Finanzamt). There is one bus an hour.

Following the signs by foot, takes around 25 minutes.