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Topography of Terror

Berlin, Germany
4.9 / 10
Memorial complex dedicated to the victims of the Nazi regime. It is located on the territory where the headquarters of the SS and SD was located. The complex is a whole group of expositions, memorials, open-air exhibitions, preserved administrative buildings of the Third Reich, cellars and barracks. The Topography of Terror began operating in 1987. The total exhibition area is more than 800 m².
Topography of Terror
Address:Niederkirchnerstraße 8, Berlin
Phone:+49 30 2545090
Hours:monday: 10:00–20:00 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

Ben Skinner

An incredible place. I found d the experience of visiting to be one that was utterly poignant and deeply powerful. It really is a must if you are visi.. Read more »

Stefan Tore Karnstuen

We have learned nothing. This place is a good place to start if you need a reminder.

Ashish Singh

One of the most insightful places I have been in the world. A must visit to understand the pain a reign unleashed on Germany and the wonderful city of.. Read more »

Georgios Stathakis

Excellent way to learn the history that led to the atrocities of the Gestapo and the SS. Free entrance, with a free audio-guide in many languages, and.. Read more »

Marie-Louise Steenberg

Very interesting and truly gave another insight than you normally get. The museum is free and you can scan a QR code with 13 different languages. Also.. Read more »

Simon Felix

Excellent history of the Gestapo and SS. Many pictures and lots to read. I found the comments in orange made by historians to be the most interesting... Read more »

Seculici Veronica

Really good done. Pictures illustrate very good those times. The wall or a part of it is still there. Free to visit and near check point charlie, like.. Read more »

Christy Duijvelaar

A must see. Makes you wonder how many more pictures are not exhibited. The enormous impact on so many ordinary people's life of the wwII is still incr.. Read more »

Manuel Rodriguez

incredible exhibition with lots on information with a great-clear layout that allows you to follow up the whole exhibit definitely a must if youre in .. Read more »

Eve McTomney

A very interesting place, even more impressed by the fact it was free entry and there’s an audio guide option available for your phone. I’d definitely.. Read more »

Ayşe Mine İnan

A place everyone have to go and visit

Maria Teresa Battista

Amazing and free! Ask for the audioguide

Pamela L

A great museum. Loads of information & documented proof about the atrocities during the Hitler regime, incl the organisations that were involved. Exam.. Read more »

Tamara Piedrahita

Great museum. You can follow the exhibition from your phone, as an Audioguides. Bring earplugs (you can also use the once at the facility). Very deta.. Read more »

Anna Lena Lenzkes

Very interesting, love that it's free and there's a free Audioguide too

Paul Smith

Friendly and helpful staff, nice and spacious Museum with a great collection of photographs and stories.

Dellus West

Germany does a wonderful job of acknowledging its past. It can be intense to get through at times in terms of reading the evidence, but also the volu.. Read more »

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