Discovering together

We offer different guided tours to turn your visit into a truly enriching individual experience. These tours will provide you with an overview on the history and offer ample opportunities for talks and exchanges with the experts from our team of highly committed tour guides. If you have any special requests, don't hesitate to contact us before your visit by mail or phone.

TOUR OF THE LOCALITIES

Join us on the tracks of former camp inhabitants, passing the hospital, cinema, synagogue or simple residential dwellings.

On appointment only, € 50.00, approx. 120 min.

GENERAL TOURS

Join us on a tour through the multi-layered history of our house.

Approx. 90 minutes, on Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm, public tours are free of charge (no reservation needed)

Special tours on appointment only, € 50 tour fees + Entry ticket

GENERAL TOURS

Join us on a tour through the multi-layered history of our house.

Approx. 90 minutes, on Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm, public tours are free of charge (no reservation needed)

Special tours on appointment only, € 50 tour fees + Entry ticket

TOUR OF THE LOCALITIES

Join us on the tracks of former camp inhabitants, passing the hospital, cinema, synagogue or simple residential dwellings.

On appointment only, € 50.00, approx. 120 min.

BUNKER TOURS

Discover the remains of the former ammunitions factory hidden among the trees of the Wolfratshauser forest.

On appointment only, € 80, half-day tour.

Further education

A committed academic team of school and museum-pedagogic experts is constantly further developing our education offers.

Thematic focal points (selection)

We are particularly committed to visiting school classes. There is a multitude of entry points starting from local history through to the post-war period with its international dimensions. Along our three main tour routes we can also offer special thematic tours and workshops for students on request.

Thematic focal points (selection)

Föhrenwald – A paradigmatic National-Socialistic settlement

Föhrenwald – Jewish life in post-WWII Germany

From Föhrenwald to Waldram – Becoming a new home for German expellees and refugees from the East

Biographies, interviews with contemporary witnesses

Democracy and Value education

PLANNING YOUR VISIT

Please pay attention to the following hygiene and safety instructions:

Closed on Fridays | No public tours | Guided tours by arrangement

Address

Kolpingplatz 1
82515 Wolfratshausen
Germany

Opening hours

Saturday, Sunday: 1 pm - 5 pm

Tickets

Adults: 5 €
Reduced: 3 €

Getting here:

By car
Motorway A95: Munich-Garmisch, exit: Sauerlach
Motorway A8: Munich-Salzburg, take exit: Sauerlach
Federal road B11: Munich-Wolfratshausen-Mittenwald-Innsbruck

By plane
Airport Munich, then with the commuter train or car in approx. 1 hour

By train
Munich Public Transport (MVV): S7 train to Wolfratshausen (every 20 minutes from Munich Central Station), then with bus 370 or 379 to Waldram, approx. 350 m on foot to the BADEHAUS.

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