Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz, Berlin

4.6
The site of the infamous Nazi Wannsee Conference, Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz was reopened as a Holocaust museum in 1992, after having first served as a school. Historian Joseph Wulf recommended that the site be converted into a Holocaust museum and memorial in 1965, but the German government claimed there was a lack of funding. Today, the permanent exhibits of photographs, documents planning the Holocaust, texts, and films remind visitors of the immense tragedy and explain how it happened. Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Berlin fast, fun, and easy.
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  • On it's own, this is a beautiful house. It is jam packed full of information, copies of letters and audio guides. If you are into the history then you would love this. There is lots to read.  more »
  • My wife and I visited the Wannsee Conference House last summer during our visit to Berlin. If you are interested in history and the holocaust, Wannsee House is very much worth a visit. We spent hours....  more »
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  • This museum and building document one of the darkest moments in German history. I think that the museum could do a better job with regards to presentation and communication but even as is, the permanent exhibition is very well done and highly recommended for educational purposes. The gardens around the house are great for a walk in order to digest what one saw and learned at the museum.
  • A must for someone who wants to understand Nazi's history and to see the place where the "final solution" was adopted. Documents, photos, maps, touching testimonies and even Hitler's registered voice. With a Berlin AB zone ticket one can arrive in less than an hour and the site is extremely beautiful with garden, wood and lakes. Plus: it's free entrance.

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