Plötzensee Memorial Centre
There has been a memorial to the victims of National Socialism at home and abroad at the former execution site of Plötzensee prison since 1952. Between 1933 and 1945 more than 2800 people unjustly sentenced by the National Socialist judiciary were murdered here. They included many women and men from the resistance against National Socialism. The memorial is intended as a place of quiet remembrance.
The room in which the executions were carried out is a place of remembrance today. In the room next door, an exhibition provides information about the unjust National Socialist judiciary and the people who were murdered by the National Socialist regime in Plötzensee prison.
There are information assistants at hand on the grounds of the memorial to answer any organisational questions that you may have.