Fuhlsbüttel Concentration Camp and Penal Facilities 1933–1945 Memorial
This memorial was established in 1987 and redesigned in 2003. It is located in the former entrance building—a two-towered gatehouse—of the penal facilities which are still in operation. A plaque in the foyer lists the names of the prisoners killed in Fuhlsbüttel concentration camp and the satellite camp. An exhibition explores the history of the concentration camp and the fate of its prisoners. The exhibit includes numerous original artefacts and a reconstructed solitary confinement cell.
Opening hours: Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by appointment.
Admission is free.
Suhrenkamp 98, 22335 Hamburg, Germany (Urban railway [S-Bahn], line S1, or underground [U-Bahn], line U1, to Ohlsdorf station).
Pre-registration for tours/museum talks:
Museumsdienst, Glockengießerwall 5a, 22095 Hamburg, Germany
Tel.: +49 40 – 4 28 13 10.