Flossenburg Concentration Camp and Museum
Flossenburg Concentration Camp and Museum
4.5
09:00-17:00
Senin
09:00 - 17:00
Selasa
09:00 - 17:00
Rabu
09:00 - 17:00
Kamis
09:00 - 17:00
Jumat
09:00 - 17:00
Sabtu
09:00 - 17:00
Minggu
09:00 - 17:00
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Durasi: 2-3 jam
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4.5
4,5 dari 5 lingkaran111 ulasan
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Glynis B
Naples, Italia71 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Mei 2024 • Sendiri
An extremely thought-provoking site. Heart-breaking to see and hear what happened here. The museum is extensive and impressive and gives you a truly honest account of the experiences of the prisoners. The 'Valley of Death' was moving, seeing the horrors that the prisoners experienced. All of the exhibits were of a high standard, including the film depicting the experiences of some of the survivors. I was very pleased to be able to access the 14:30 showing in English.

This is very much worth visiting.

On a separate note, the cafe is wonderful and the people that run it are extremely efficient and helpful serving delicious food. Thank you all.
Ditulis pada 28 Mei 2024
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E.L.E
Brno, Republik Ceko18.537 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Apr 2021 • Sendiri
This is the first concentration camp I visit. So quiet, so sad. 30,000 prisoners died here between 1938-1945. Lot to see and read in this camp.
Ditulis pada 2 Mei 2021
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Lori
Canyon Lake, TX12 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Mar 2021 • Pasangan
It was snowing on our arrival, but we saw the Flossenburg concentration camp anyway. The museum was closed due to the pandemic. I felt a tremendous amount of sadness and negative energy. Wouldn’t surprise me if the area was haunted.
Ditulis pada 20 Maret 2021
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Rebecca B
Vancouver, Kanada13 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Sep 2020
This experience changed my life. I had to prepare myself mentally for this...it was not an easy day and nothing can prepare you for the emotions you will feel walking these grounds. That being said, I truly feel that if you travel to Germany, take time out of your plans and come to one of these camps.
I am deeply touched by the honor and respect that Germany has shown for the millions that perished at the hands of the Nazis. My visit to Flossenburg was a day I will never forget. We had a German speaking tour guide...I had a German friend with me who did his best to translate. I never asked if she spoke English; however I was the only person in the tour group that spoke little to no German so out of respect for the others, I let my translator assist me. The written plaques and signage were in written in German and English, which I was grateful for.
The moment that really touched my German friend was when he discovered that Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a prominent Lutheran Pastor and theologian, was murdered here on April 9, 1945.
As difficult as it is, I strongly encourage anyone to visit this place, to not only take in the essence of the experience here, but to honor and respect the dead, to stand where they stood, walk the earth they walked, cry where they cried. It is powerful and all should see it; step out of our blessed lives and feel this.

A side note, there are residence built on the hillside above the camp, overlooking the camp. I was very upset by the sight of this until the tour guide explained that after the US liberated this camp, the some1500 survivors had nowhere to go so remained living in the barracks at the camp for some time. It is their understanding that some of these survivors requested land on that hillside to start to build homes as they had nothing left and nowhere to go. If this is true, then these homes are survivor homes.
Ditulis pada 17 Oktober 2020
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Ginger C
Nashville, TN66 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Mei 2019 • Keluarga
When you arrive, we started with the museum that is behind the main building that you see when you arrive. There is a video / slide show that gives a visual timeline of the buildings being built and destroyed, along with a general history. There are testimonies you can listen to or read from people who were there. I couldn't help but to cry as I walked into the room. Another building has more items to view and a place where visitors can write their thoughts. This is where I read about a 14 year old boy visiting with his grandfather who was held prisoner here when he was 14 years old. So touching. The Valley of Death was a moving memorial to all those from each country who lost their lives there. If you know much about Dietrich Bonhoeffer, this was the concentration camp he was killed. They have a nice memorial to him here, including a plaque from President Donald Trump recognizing him. I highly recommend vising here. I will say, our visit was in May and the wind was extremely cold that day, we needed hats to cover our ears for all the time we were outside. The chapel was nicely done. And oddly enough, as you walk around the grounds, you can see the town has built a neighborhood on property that used to belong to the camp. The houses look down into the old concentration camp. There is a lot to learn here.
Ditulis pada 2 Juli 2019
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FunDays2010
Ohio35 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Okt 2018 • Keluarga
Came here on a very cold windy day. Had never been to such a place. Walked the grounds, read the words. Watched the video wondering the whole time how? There is a large blown up photograph on a wall showing men working in the quarry in their striped clothing. I will never forget the man's face in the bottom left corner. Why? Just a look of horror and sad questioning.
Ditulis pada 8 Desember 2018
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Raroboy
Kanada534 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Mei 2018 • Pasangan
This was another day reminding us on what happened – on how many millions of people lost their lives in the 20th century: the holocaust - Hitler– WWI & WWII – Stalin and Mao: it is unbelievable on what happened. But having concentration camps is really something that makes you wonder and you ask yourself: how could this happen. This is not a fun place to visit. It is a place of horror, death and destruction. I come here to give my respect and get a feel of what happened, and to see that these camps existed. This Memorial/Museum is well worth the visit. It was interesting to note the present day houses that had been built over the old barracks right at the fence line.
Ditulis pada 3 Desember 2018
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JadedTourista
Los Gatos57 kontribusi
4,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Nov 2017
This camp is very different from the other camp I visited in Dachau. Dauhau overwhelms with its horrors of the past but Flossenburg does not. It is sad, somber but very peaceful and very respectful of the military personnel who died mainly from being overworked at its quarry. It is also very beautiful and very tranquil but at the same time one can imagine the daily lives of the prisoners who toiled and died here.
Ditulis pada 20 Oktober 2018
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Thomas P
Sherrill, NY95 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Agu 2018 • Keluarga
Going to Flossenburg was a truly humbly experience. Reading the information about the people who died there was also eye-opening. It is a piece of history that everyone should experience.
Ditulis pada 2 Agustus 2018
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mir0920
Amberg, Jerman32 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Des 2017
Flossenburg is a sad place. There is nothing that you can enjoy in this place. The history is gruesome. All the photos and places. A very sad place and time in history. People should go and explore see for themselves and donate to the cause of keeping this place alive.
Ditulis pada 12 Juli 2018
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