SO, 17.10.2021 - 14:00 UHR
Overview Tour: Bernauer Strasse after the Berlin Wall was Built

Bernauer Strasse was a focal point of Germany’s division. The Berlin Wall Memorial commemorates this period in history. The memorial includes the monument, completed in 1998 and designed out of a largely preserved section of the border fortifications; the Berlin Wall Documentation Center that opened in 1999; and the Chapel of Reconciliation, dedicated in 2000 and built on the former death strip at the site of the Reconciliation Church that was blown up by East German border troops in 1985.

1 hour
3,50 €, reduced 2,50 € per person, No fee for schoolchildren
Meeting point:
Documentation Center, Bernauer Str. 111, 13355 Berlin
Pre-registration is not required, but registration is mandatory. Please contact our visitor services staff at the Documentation Center on site for registration and to pay for the tour. Afterwards, you will meet the guide outside the Documentation Center.
The number of participants is limited to 20 people.
More information:
During the tour, wearing a medical mask is obligatory for people over 6 years old.The tours are conducted with audio guides.

Foto: Stiftung Berliner Mauer/ J. Hohmuth