Visitors who go through our city these days feel addressed by the universal presence of the massive air-raid shelter.

The interest in these buildings has increased in the last few years. This is why the museum is required to present information which would bring back to life the encounter as well as to compensate with the history and the lives of the people living during the National Socialism in World War II.

Many visitors decide to visit the Bunkermuseum first to get an idea of the oppressive atmosphere of the war which is still preserved in the bombshelter.

A realisation with the actual subjects National Socialism, persecution, resistance, building of the bombshelters and the bombardments is created while walking trough the exhibition which is distributed in 26 rooms.

For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.

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