Red Cross Nazi Concentration CampCurrently Closed
- Address: Bul 12 Februari, Nis, Serbia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 150 RSD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Tower, Specialty Museum
Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp - Review
This is a memorial museum. It’s built at the exact same place where the Nazi Concentration Camp used to be. During the German Occupation of Serbia (1941-45), the capacity of this place was about 30,000. The building still looks like it had before. Inside there are three storeys. The place has been so well preserved, you feel like you have been pushed back in time. You can still see the messages on the wall and you can still feel the claustrophobia induced by the narrowness of the passages. A visit to this place is a harrowing experience.
- The Watch Tower
- The attic- this served as a place for solitary confinement.
- The Photographs
- Personal items of the prisoners
Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp Information
- The experience is a disturbing one.
- This place is crowded on weekends.
Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp Ticket Prices
- Children- RSD 130
How To reach Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp by Public Transport
- A 20 minute walk from the town centre.
- Ask the locals for directions.
- Hire a taxi
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95% of people who visit Nis include Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
66.67% of people start their Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp
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Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp, Nis Reviews
Hard to give something so harrowing five stars but in terms of information available (in English), the preservation and the helpful staff it is well worth visiting to understand the atrocities of the past.
Aside from being a symbol of one of the darkest moments in human history the museum is great. A lot of information is provided.
Very sad place with strong atmosphere but there is not much to do or see.
A very interesting and very well maintained place. The history of the camp is preserved in a way that is almost a bit spooky. Fantastic staff that really explains and take there time.
Authentic place, although it is a pity that the barbed wire and gates collapsed. As I understood, a consequence of a lack of maintenance. Especially the third floor with cellars feels still horrifying.