The Memorial grounds contain a cemetery where over 5000 people are buried. We ask that you conduct yourself accordingly and respect the feelings of other visitors who may be survivors or relatives of former prisoners.
A visit to the Memorial grounds takes approximately two hours. The exhibition can be viewed in approximately one hour. The film “Wir haben überlebt ... die anderen sind geblieben” (“We Survived ... The Others Remained”) in the basement-level film room of the exhibition “The Flossenbürg concentration camp 1938–1945” takes 23 minutes, and starts on the hour and half hour.
Yes, you can film or take photos for private and non-commercial purposes in the outdoor areas as well as inside the exhibitions.
Please note that the use of drones and filming or photographing of tours and seminars is only permitted with the prior written consent of the memorial's administration. You can find the form sheet here.
No, with the exception of service dogs.
See History on this website, our publications or visit the exhibitions. Special inquiries can be sent to our archive.
The second level of the exhibition “The Flossenbürg concentration camp 1938–1945” is dedicated to the history of the camp prisoners. In special cases, our archive will provide information on specific inmates.