The museum/ exhibition gives a very thorough explanation of the suffering that was endured here. There are original films and photos taken by the British Army and very touching personal stories told by the few survivors captured on videos. Educational story boards and memorabilia speak for themselves. Everything is explained in English and German. None of the original buildings remain... 更多
This is a wonderfully put together museum/memorial to something unspeakably horrific. It is unflinching, as it should be and deals with many hugely difficult subjects. This was a camp that housed many different types of prisoner over the 6 years of the Second World War and somewhat astonishingly did not shut until 1951. The poor Jews who survived it had... 更多
A very moving but interesting place to visit.The films in the information centre are very moving as they are told by the survivors.You could spend all day just watching them.
As a site of extreme pain and suffering, Bergen-Belsen is extremely beautiful and one of the best historical sites I have ever visited. The memorial is free and excepts donations. The site itself has many reflective contemporary monuments. The site is never very busy so there it is peaceful a perfect memorial to those who lost their lives in the... 更多
An interesting place to visit. A place to see. A memorial for the thousands who lost their lives here. A special memorial for Anne Franck and her sister who died here.
I'll keep this short.....this is definitely worth a visit. Just to give you a reality check of the atrocities than man has done. The exhibition is fantastic and well informed. The staff were very knowledgeable. Nature has now began to take over and is a lovely view however the weird feeling will stay with you for a long time. Definitely... 更多
This has got to be one of the most chilling places to visit. The tragic history and the silents of the place well mark the events that occurred. The amount of people who died after alien forces arrived but were to ill to save is horrifying. Recommend visiting but a place you will never forget. This was not a death... 更多
This is a serene and quiet spot that makes you reflect on the horrors of the past and present. There is a museum showing what the concentration camp was about. Outside there are memorials to groups and individuals who died in the camp, the most famous is Anne Frank who died here in 1945.
You really need to allow at least a full half day to visit this memorial site, the stark nature of the information centre building suits the vast amount of information available to the visitor and the manner in which it is presented . The main site long since destroyed has been turned over to woods and parkland and a walk... 更多
This memorial was incredibly educational and had a good mix of pictures, visual supplements, and actual artifacts to aid in better understanding the devastating loss of so many lives in Bergen-Belsen. The outdoor memorial was quite peaceful and sobering as well. For someone trying to better understand the effects of World War II, I would definitely recommend visiting this place