Bunker Valentin Memorial
Quelle: WFB/Jens Lehmkühler
The Bunker Valentin is a memorial site in remembrance of the war and the crimes committed by the Nazi regime. The memorial grounds opened to the public in November 2015 with a visitors centre, information trail and exhibition about the history of the bunker.
A War-Time Construction Site
Over a period of five years, the grounds of the memorial were redesigned and opened to the public in November 2015. An information trail with 25 stations tells the history of the bunker with historical photos, eyewitness accounts and short explanatory texts. The route begins at the memorial “Annihilation through Work” and continues into the visitors centre and on to the other stations on the grounds. More in-depth information is provided by the exhibition, a media table with projections and a multimedia guide, which is available for loan free of charge.
History of the Bunker with Submarine Shipyard
- Public tours (German): Sundays 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
- Group tours: Advance booking necessary (max. 25 people)
- Foreign language tours: Advance booking necessary
- Audio guide; on loan free of charge in German, German for kids, and English