Located in the city centre of Potsdam, the Lindenstrasse memorial site bears witness to the history of political persecution and violence under the different dictatorships in 20th century Germany. It is also a testament to the triumph of democracy in the Peaceful Revolution of 1989/90. A permanent exhibition illustrates the eventful history of the former court and prison complex under National Socialism, during the Soviet occupation, in the German Democratic Republic and during the Peaceful Revolution.
This is supplemented by various special exhibitions and events. We also offer guided tours, eyewitness discussions, seminars, further education activities and project days.
Tuesday to Sunday
(last admission 17:30)
Public guided tour (duration: 90 minutes)
every Saturday, 14:00
Standard € 2, concessions € 1
Additional charge for guided tours € 1
Guided tours for visitor groups (duration 90 minutes), € 1 additional charge per person
Flat rate for groups of fewer than ten persons € 30, concessionary rate € 20
Eyewitness discussions with guided tour for visitor groups (duration 3 hours), € 2 additional charge per person
Flat rate for groups of fewer than ten persons € 50, concessionary rate € 40
All admission charges cover both permanent and special exhibitions
Concessionary rates (please provide suitable identification) apply to young people up to the age of 18, school students, trainees/apprentices, students, recipients of unemployment benefit and disabled persons with disabled status of at least 50%.