Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Berlin, Germany
4.6 / 10
Monument in honor of the ruined Jews by the Nazis. The memorial complex has a rather interesting and unusual architectural solution, which accurately conveys the atmosphere of horror that reigned in Germany after Hitler came to power. The memorial consists of several rows of nameless gray tombstones of various sizes. They seem to form a maze and symbolize death and hopelessness.
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
Address:Cora-Berliner-Straße 1, Berlin
Phone:+49 30 2639430
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–20:00 wednesday: 10:00–20:00 thursday: 10:00–20:00 friday: 10:00–20:00 saturday: 10:00–20:00 sunday: 10:00–20:00


Sobering experience. Definitely makes you feel a certain way. Interesting concept and design by the artist. Would return again the next time I'm in Berlin. Some excellent photos available here as well. It's worth taking a walk through the structur.. Read more »


"The psychological effect of the complex is achieved by architectural means" (c) Actually a very impressive work. But I did not put the highest rating because only after I read in Internet what the author wanted to convey, I realized what feelings I .. Read more »


I’m not sure why should there be unfixed cracks on the blocks but let me tell you that’s a crime to a architecture of such. The place is peaceful and at the same time makes you really uncomfortable. It’s really a mixed feeling. While you try to enjoy.. Read more »


This is quite an impressive site and quite iconic so take yourself here. We travelled by electric scooter. Just note you have to park them just on the opposite side of the road as its a no go parking zone for scooters or riding. I got a lovely view.. Read more »


Amazing place. You can walk through or get lost in the maze of the concrete pillars which are getting increasingly higher towards the center For a braver persons you can try this at night! The feeling is truly memorable! Museum underneath is done in .. Read more »


I think the fact that Germany have put such a place together, should be applauded. It is quite simple in many respects, but very clever in others. The basic history of what was done is covered, but the main difference from other memorials like this i.. Read more »


Amazing museum, really comprehensive and well set out. Displays are thorough so you'll need a few hours to get through it all. Quite busy, so sometimes it's hard to get close enough to the displays. There is also a good amount of seating around to ta.. Read more »


Even before writing this review I got goosebumps. The harsh name, the simplicity of the memorial and the underground museum make this undoubtedly worth a visit. The museum is free and it’s displays are very detailed, so really allow yourself some tim.. Read more »


If you decide to visit the memorial and the underground museum, it will leave something with you that cannot be described in words. The queue for the museum moves quickly, so hold out, it’s worth it. The whole thing is so so clever and done in a be.. Read more »


Absolutely found this brilliant. Such a lovely very well designed monument. Such a very poignant memorial to the forgotten. It was very well done. Really felt over whelmed after my visit. Walked through the whole museum with quite a large crowd of p.. Read more »


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