- See interrogation rooms, cells, and the Stasi ceremonial hall, it's a moving look at the past
- See where Horst Böhm, the last chief of Dresden's regional office did his work in the consultation room
- Hear original audio recordings and files detailing the State Security's work in Dresden
Dive into the lives of the people behind the political, social and cultural upheaval in Czechoslovakia in 1968. See selected works by Czech and Slovak photographers, and other pieces by Vladimir Lammer, Dagmar Hochová-Reihardtová, Daniela Sýkorová, Jan Bartůšek, Miroslav Hucek, Václav Toužimský, Pavol Breier and Tibor Borský.
On this thought-provoking trip to Bautzner Street Memorial, step into two prison blocks and the impressively preserved offices of the ex-Stasi headquarters. See interrogation rooms, holding cells, and transport vehicles. You'll even hear stories from prisoners. This is a moving tribute to Dresden's difficult past.
You'll get goosebumps from the former Stasi Prison in Dresden. As you walk through you'll learn about the Stasi's unrelenting investigation procedures and listen to interviews with former prisoners.
See two original prisoner transit vehicles and a U-Haft cell for women, and learn the plight of those deported to Russian gulags.
With original recordings and files about the State Security's work in Dresden, a visit here paints a powerful picture of life under threat of the Stasi. And what can happen when you fall afoul of the enforcers.
A fascinating, moving memorial and history lesson in one.
- Entrance to the Memorial
- Entrance to the Prison
- Temporary exhibitions
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.