From the past for the future
War and peace, destruction and restoration, endings and new beginnings - there is a place that tells of it all. Its moving and diverse past is both a memorial and a beacon of hope. Learn stories of people who went through terrible things, but who didn't let these get them down, and who did everything they could to reshape the world for their children. Their stories are a source of inspiration and encouragement for today. Meet contemporary witnesses such as Ukrainian forced laborers, Jewish displaced persons or Catholic expellees. In the BADEHAUS Place of Remembrance, multimedia exhibitions with original objects illustrate our recent past.
Every personal experience, every individual story, every object from the past and every helping hand are building blocks that keep the BADEHAUS alive as a place of remembrance. Were you expelled from your homeland or do you have memories of the time after 1940 when Waldram was still called Föhrenwald? Tell us what you experienced. Do you still have objects from that time? Then bring them our museum. Would you like to be part of a project with cultural and social significance? Then support us. Help us to convey history and thus provide inspiration for the future.
PLANNING YOUR VISIT
Friday: 9 am - 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday 1 pm – 5 pm
Extended opening hours for registered tours:
Tuesday - Sunday 9 am - 5 pm
Adults: 5 €
Reduced: 3 €
Motorway A95: Munich-Garmisch, exit Wolfratshausen
Motorway A8: Munich-Salzburg, exit Sauerlach
Federal road B11: Munich-Wolfratshausen-Mittenwald-Innsbruck
Munich airport, from there by S-Bahn or car approx. one hour
Munich public transport (MVV): S7 direction Wolfratshausen (every 20 minutes from Munich Central Station), continue from Wolfratshausen train station with bus 370, 374, 376, 379 or X970 to Waldram, then walk about 350 m to the BADEHAUS memorial.
So far, more than 55,000 volunteer hours have gone into our remembrance project. Unfortunately, we still do not receive any institutional funding, so every donation is highly appreciated. Apart from our own immense contributions, we have received individual partial grants from the following institutions over the past 11 years for the renovation of the building, the museum furnishings and individual projects: