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Topography of Terror

Niederkirchnerstrasse 8, 10963 Berlin, Germany
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Since 1987 a permanent exhibition at the site where the headquarters of the Secret State Police, the SS and the Reich Security Main Office were located during the “Third Reich” has been providing information to the public about the most important institutions of National Socialist persecution and terror. The documentary exhibition conveys the European dimensions of the Nazi reign of terror.
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Hours Today: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Niederkirchnerstrasse 8, 10963 Berlin, Germany
Kreuzberg
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Reviewed today via mobile

Excellent exhibition and completely free. So much information about Nazi Germany the camps, there were over a 1000. Camps including satellite camps during world war 2 and also showed the people terrible life conditions during the holocaust. Look it’s very sad be warned, but it...More

Thank Carol27742774
Reviewed yesterday

Lots of reading, but worth it. The text was supported by informative photographs and detailed the rise of the Nazi party, anti-semitism, Blitzkrieg, War strategy, the final solution and the deadly role of the SS and Gestapo. Riveting and terrifying in equal measure.

Thank kimbS4013BL
Reviewed yesterday

we visited Sunday so that we could take advantage of the English tour- these are not offered very often. Check out their website for dates and times. The tour guide was great and made the large site more manageable. Entrance to this site is free...More

Thank MegMarTravel
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This may not be an exhibition for everyone but is an absolute must for anyone interested in history. Lots of reading - and a terrifying reminder of what can happen if the population tacitly accept the horrors unleashed because it does not directly affect them....More

Thank SwmGam
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

An interesting afternoon. Lots of reading and photos documenting the Nazi rise to power and progressing through the war. Quite graphic photos in some of the areas, I would not recommend for children. Takes at least an hour, worth visiting.

Thank Robin M
Reviewed 2 days ago

We spent three hours at the Topography of Terror reading through the main exhibition. It is well set up and extremely informative. I would recommend getting there early, by midday it was very busy.

Thank travellingforster
Reviewed 2 days ago

It is free entry. All displays and explanations are written in German and English. We took over 2 hours in this museum because there was a lot of information you can listen or to read (Children will feel boring if their parent stands hours to...More

Thank holms k
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I really enjoyed learning more about the rise of the National Socialists in Germany & how their actions in WWII shapes Berlin. Great detail was provided without placing too much bias on the events of history, instead explaining it as accurately as possible. When we...More

Thank David J
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Most of the original building is gone. In its place is a tasteful building with information on the war in easy to read sections. It is free to visit. There is also a section of the berlin wall next to it.

Thank Lane-English
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This place was chilling and a must see on your visit to Berlin. Knowing that some of the most evil people in history have walked where you are standing is scary.

Thank octeel
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Sandra D
1 January 2018|
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Response from Douglas T | Reviewed this property |
According to their web site, they will be closed on New Years day,
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David L
8 August 2017|
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Response from MC_Baz | Reviewed this property |
The closest stations are Potsdamer Platz (U + S bahn), Kochstraße (U bahn) and Anhalter Bahnhof (S bahn) which are more or less equidistant.
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kevinmrc1224
2 August 2017|
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Response from kapitanfind-us | Reviewed this property |
No it is not a museum per se, more like an outdoor exhibition and you don't need to book.
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