© Stiftung Flucht, Vertreibung, Versöhnung, Foto: Markus Gröteke

Your Visit

Admission to the Documentation Centre is free.

Please contact us for groups of more than 10 people before your visit:

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Current information

In order to ensure your safety and ours, we ask you to comply with the following hygiene measures, which are based on the current hygiene regulations of Berlin, throughout the Documentation Centre:

  • Please wash your hands regularly and thoroughly.

  • Disinfection stations are located at regular distances in the public area.

  • Please refrain from visiting the Documentation Centre if you have any cold symptoms or feel ill.

When do our public guided tours take place?

Sundays 11:30 am and 2 pm

Duration: 75 Minutes

Admission and participation free.

Book your ticket for the public guided tour of the Permanent Exhibition here:
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Saturdays 11 am

Duration: 75 minutes

Admission and participation free.

Book your ticket for the public guided tour of the Permanent Exhibition here: Book Ticket

Saturday, 21 January 2023, 12 pm
Thursday, 02 March 2023, 5 pm (with curator Andrea Kamp)
Saturday, 03 June 2023, 12 pm
Tuesday, 12 December 2023, 5 pm

Duration: 75 minutes

On this tour with Director Gundula Bavendamm you will take a look behind the scenes. Many people work on a large exhibition and contribute their expertise. The road is long and not everything succeeds. How did contentious issues affect the concepts? What principles played a role in the design? And what is the collection strategy behind the exhibits? You will learn interesting details about this.
Admission and participation free.

Book your ticket for the special guided tour "Making of" here:
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Blick aus dem Foyer auf die Treppe in das 1. Obergeschoss © Stiftung Flucht, Vertreibung, Versöhnung, Foto: Dawin Meckel

Opening Hours

Tue - Sun 10 am - 7 pm

Library & Testimony Archive

Tue - Fri 10 am - 6 pm

Free Admission

Vogelperspektive des Dokumentationszentrums mit Beschriftung der Umgebung © Stiftung Flucht, Vertreibung, Versöhnung, Foto: Wolfgang Chodan


Documentation Centre for Displacement, Expulsion, Reconciliation

Stresemannstraße 90,
10963 Berlin

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By public transport

The stop Anhalter Bahnhof is located a few metres away from the main entrance to the Documentation Centre on Stresemannstraße.


Stop Anhalter Bahnhof
S1, S2, S25, S26


Stop S Anhalter Bahnhof
M29, M41

By car

We recommend that you travel by public transport as there is no public parking at the Documentation Centre. Four barrier-free parking spaces are located in Anhalter Straße next to the Documentation Centre.

On site

Plan of the House

Find the room and floor plan of the Documentation Centre here.


All information on accessibility in the Documentation Centre can be found here.

Accessibility on site

Free Wi-Fi

Free wi-fi is available throughout the house.


The cloakroom in the entrance area is equipped with lockable cloakroom lockers. Please refrain from bringing backpacks or large bags if possible. For the cloakroom of closed groups and school classes we provide lockable roll containers.

Restaurant Margarete

The Restaurant Margarete offers a modern menu - from breakfast to lunch, coffee and cake specialities to dinner, sustainable and regional. Due to Corona, operations are currently limited.

House rules

Please note our house rules!

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Do you have any questions?
Find out more in our FAQ.

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