The permanent exhibition "Forced Labour in the Daily Round 1938-1945" presents the history of forced labour during National Socialism as an omnipresent mass phenomenon. It shows the everyday life of the men, women and children deported to work - in the camp, at work and in contact with Germans. It illustrates the extent to which the lives of forced laborers were shaped by the racist hierarchy of the Nazi regime.
This website gives you an insight into the themes, photographs and objects of the exhibition. This includes changing biographies of forced laborers as well as perpetrators, profiteers, spectators and helpers.
Closed from 24 April 2021 due to pandemic.
Tue - Sun 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
24th und 31 Decembre
Admission is free.
Multilingual audio guides are available for free.
The exhibition is wheelchair accessible.
Our multimedia guides will guide you in German, English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Italian Russian, Polish, Turkish and Easy German through the permanent exhibitions, through the camp grounds and into the surrounding area.
For school classes and groups of 8 persons or more, we offer free guided tours of the permanent exhibition and the grounds, as well as various workshops, by appointment.
Education and guided tours: Eva Kuby
Tel.: +49 (0)30 6390 288 27
Public guided tours in German through the exhibition and the site take place every first and third Sunday of the month at 3 pm. Registration is not required.
Participation is free of charge.
The accompanying volume documents essential contents of the permanent exhibition with many, partly unknown photographs, documents and objects on the history of Nazi forced labour. This also includes numerous biographies.
Available from us in the Documentation Centre,
in German, French and English,
15 Euro, 272 pages