For those seeking to locate and visit Holocaust sites and find out more about the history of the Holocaust our map of these sites may provide assistance.
There is an initial list of Holocaust sites and you can find information relevant to visiting these places. Once you’ve explored the list of Holocaust sites and selected those you wish to visit you can use our itinerary planner tool to plan your trip.
Anne Frank’s House is a museum of the life of Holocaust victim, Anne Frank, whose diary was published to worldwide acclaim.
Auschwitz Birkenau was the largest Nazi concentration camp or death camp during World War II and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Burgkloster was a medieval monastery turned poorhouse, court and Nazi prison.
Dachau Concentration Camp was a Nazi concentration camp in Germany.
The Green House looks at life and history of Lithuania’s Jewish community and the devastating effects of the Holocaust.
Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz was the site where the Nazis planned the extermination of the Jews known as the Holocaust.
The Jewish Museum in Berlin explores the history of Germany’s Jewish community.
Krakow Ghetto Wall is the last remaining wall of the Krakow Jewish ghetto created by the Nazis in during their occupation of Poland in World War II.
KZ Majdanek was a Nazi concentration camp near Lublin in Poland, operational from 1941 to 1944.
Mauthausen Concentration Camp was a notorious Nazi internment camp in northern Austria.
The Memorial des Camps de la Mort commemorates the suffering of those persecuted by the Nazis in Marseille during World War II.
Sachsenhausen was a Nazi concentration camp 35km outside of Berlin during the Second World War.
The Holocaust Memorial in Berlin commemorates the European Jews murdered under the Nazis.
The Paneriai Memorial Museum in Lithuania is dedicated to the victims of the Holocaust.
The Warsaw Ghetto Fighters Monument commemorated those who fought in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Theresienstadt Concentration Camp was operated by the Nazis during the Holocaust.
The Tolerence Center is one branch of the Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum and examines the historical cultural and artistic heritage of the Jewish community in Lithuania.
Umschlagplatz was the place from which the Jewish community of Warsaw were sent to death camps in World War II.
The United States Holocaust Museum commemorates the Holocaust and explores the issue of genocide as a whole.
The Warsaw Ghetto was established by the Nazis to forcibly house the Jewish population of the city.