The memorial sites of the Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres have reopened, specifically with their exhibitions, and we now look forward to welcoming you. Since July, public guided tours of the outside premises of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial are on offer once again, along with the first of our events. However, the number of participants is limited.
For your protection and that of our staff, we have implemented the following distancing and hygiene measures, which we kindly ask you to observe.
- Only come and visit the memorial site if you feel healthy.
- Visits are available for families, persons from a maximum of two households, and groups of up to 10 persons.
- The number of people allowed simultaneously in some buildings is currently limited and will be adapted at short notice, in line with the new rules and regulations:
- Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial: House of Remembrance: 24 persons, Service Point: 10 persons
- Bullenhuser Damm Memorial, 24 persons
- Poppenbüttel Memorial: 15 persons
- Fuhlsbüttel Memorial: 15 persons
- Hannoverscher Bahnhof Information Pavilion: 6 persons (with face mask only)
- Please maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 m to others at all times.
- We would appreciate it if you wore a face mask on the exhibition premises and at the Service Point. For groups wearing a mask in the exhibitions is mandatory.
- Guided tours for groups of up to 15 persons are possible. Bookings via the Hamburg Museum Service [Museumsdienst]: www.museumsdienst-hamburg.de .
Social distancing stipulations apply under the decree issued by the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, which are aimed at containing the spread of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). See https://www.hamburg.de/verordnung , English version: https://www.hamburg.de/faq-english/