Venture into a heartwarming journey to the Bautzner Street Memorial and enter two prison pavilions and the perfectly preserved offices of the former Ministry of State Security headquarters. See interrogation rooms, cells and transport vehicles and you will even have the opportunity to listen to stories about prisoners. It is a moving tribute to Dresden’s difficult past.
Your hair will stand on end in the former Stasi prison in Dresden. As you walk inside you will learn about the Stasi’s relentless investigative procedures and listen to interviews with former prisoners.
See two original prisoner transport vehicles, a women’s cell, and discover the nightmares of those deported to Russian gulags.
With original recordings and files on the work of State Security in Dresden, the visit will show you a terrifying perspective on life under the threat of the Stasi and what could happen if you fell into the hands of these hitmen.
Show your digital ticket at the entrance to the museum.
All entrances to the Memorial are wheelchair accessible but there is no access to the underground jail and the first and second floors in the main building
It can be canceled up to 24 hours before the day of the visit.