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Bergen-Belsen Memorial

Stiftung niedersachsische Gedenkstatten | Lohheide, 29303 Bergen, Lower Saxony, Germany
+49 5051 47590
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I think everyone should visit these places, it really is a very moving experience and hard to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
PhilmcfcJones
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Abergele, United Kingdom
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I shed a tear.....

How to start this? I don't know, Bergen Belsen Memorial is a place everyone should visit once in... read more

Reviewed 5 July 2017
Praxibetel_Ix
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Fredensborg
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Stiftung niedersachsische Gedenkstatten | Lohheide, 29303 Bergen, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I think everyone should visit these places, it really is a very moving experience and hard to understand that people can do what went on there, it's free to visit.

Thank PhilmcfcJones
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

How to start this? I don't know, Bergen Belsen Memorial is a place everyone should visit once in their life, if they did, the world would be a different, more peaceful place. The setup of the museum is eminent, the camp site, beautiful and horrible...More

Thank Praxibetel_Ix
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

Right wing political parties are rising in popularity, conspiracy theories including Holocaust denial are fashionable online. We need to protect and remember these sights of inhumanity to help prevent a repeat. The memorial museum is superbly presented. Lots of people claim that at these sights...More

Thank Slightly_Wst_of_Sane
Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

Very thought provoking in an age where we seem to have learnt nothing from our past experiences. A well balanced and meaningful memorial that provides some harrowing but fascinating detail.

Thank Duane F
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Well can you say ..... I came to Bergen-Belsen as a soldier in the British Army as I was stationed up the road in haig barracks hohne. At looking at the place now you would never of guessed what happened at this dreadful camp. There...More

Thank baker7865
Reviewed 25 April 2017

Last year I visited Sachsenhausen outside Berlin. This was a concentration camp and many of its buildings remain. Bergen-Belsen was primarily a POW camp but later became a camp for others, including Jews held as bargaining chips. There are no buildings left but, far more...More

1  Thank JeffParry
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Other concentration camps have more to see, but that is not the point. The mounds of earth marked 5000 buried here or 2000 buried here bring a lump to your throat and makes you stare in disbelief in Man's inhumanity to Man. The area is...More

1  Thank Stuart L
Reviewed 10 April 2017

We went to the Bergen-Belsen memorial as my wives father was in one of the first regiments to liberate the camp. The exhibition is superb but very harrowing and not for young children. The area, although demolished can be relived with a IPAD that gives...More

1  Thank mardecristal7
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

If you aren't sure whether you want to visit this place then you must say yes! It's extremely important to understand what happened here. The weather was lovely and hot when we visited which was perfect to ensure we walked everywhere. Just take it all...More

1  Thank Linds_H2013
Reviewed 20 February 2017

As with other concentration camps visited the exhibition here is similar in that it gives a very moving factual account of the camp from its start to after liberation. With pictures, videos and numerous artifacts a visit needs about 2hiurs. Whilst nothing is left of...More

Thank witneytraveller
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hoffs
31 May 2017|
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Response from Slightly_Wst_of_Sane | Reviewed this property |
It is busy during the day so you would be better off arriving at 17:00 and spending an hour in the superb museum before it closes at 18:00 then bike around the camp site which is fully open after hours.
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Blue0264
4 September 2016|
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Response from neil w | Reviewed this property |
Yes visitors centre is wheelchair friendly ans the outside areas are all on flat ground
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