Due to construction works in Waldram please follow the detour. More info (in German)
Welcome! Willkommen! Shalom!
A harzlekhe Bagrisung!
In the BADEHAUS in Waldram (formerly Föhrenwald) history can be experienced as if in fast motion: From 1940 onwards the Nazis erected a model settlement in the Wolfratshausen Forest for workers in the arms industry. Towards the end of the war the concentration camp death march passed here. Then Föhrenwald became a camp for Jewish Displaced Persons, who had survived the Holocaust. From 1956 onwards mostly Catholic expellees with a lot of children were relocated here and the place was renamed Waldram. Up to this day traces of this unique history of migration can be found here. It is recounted vividly and multimedially in the newly erected Place of Remembrance BADEHAUS. A citizens‘ initiative saved the building from demolition and has built a place of remembrance, of encounters and education there.
Please come and visit us!
The ERINNERUNGSORT BADEHAUS was officially inaugurated on the weekend October 21–22, 2018.
On April 4, 2019 we were delighted to welcome our 2000th visitor!
For enquiries of all kinds please contact Jonathan Coenen:
The ERINNERUNGSORT BADEHAUS on YouTube – by Askan von Schirnding
|Room „Trees of Remembrance“ on the upper floor|
|Room „NS-Zeit“ (Nazy era) on the first (ground) floor|
|Room „Todesmarsch und DP-Zeit“ (Death march and DP era) on the first (ground) floor|
|Room „Heimatvertriebene“ (Expellees) on the first (ground) floor|
|Room „Religiöses Leben“ (Religious life) – Art project by Michaela Melián in the basement|
• Exhibition concept: Dr. Sybille Krafft (management), Eva Greif, Maria Mannes, Emanuel Rüff, Annekatrin Schulz,
assisted by Jonathan Coenen, Sebastian d’Huc, Simone Steuer, Andreas Wagner
• Graphic design for the exhibition: Büro Müller-Rieger, 80796 München
• Graphic design for the association: Gerhard Schielein, 82549 Königsdorf
|„Bewegte Erinnerungen – Die Kinder vom Lager Föhrenwald“
Our first TV report (2013) with impressions and memories
of contemporary witnesses to life in Camp Föhrenwald.
|„Damals im Isartal – Waldram und seine Nachbarn“
Dr. Sybille Krafft’s film is the most recent contribution
to the remembrance of Föhrenwald. Waldram is a very special
place to visit and relive our modern history.
Directions for arrival
Highway A 95: München – Garmisch, exit Wolfratshausen
Highway A 8: München – Salzburg, exit Sauerlach
Interstate highway B 11: München – Wolfratshausen – Mittenwald – Innsbruck
Information on Rental cars.
Munich’s airport „Franz Josef Strauß“ is a convenient gateway for reaching Wolfratshausen via plane. Wolfratshausen is a good hour away from the airport by car or suburban train („S-Bahn“). See also Munich Airport.
Wolfratshausen is well connected to Munich’s public transport system (Münchner Verkehrsverbund) by suburban train („S-Bahn“). Line „S7“ departs every 20 minutes from Munich’s central station to Wolfratshausen. Journey time: 40 minutes.
Change to bus 370 or 379 – alight at stop Waldram.
Bus stop Waldram – footpath to the BADEHAUS Kolpingplatz : approx. 350 m
For more details on further means of public transportation see also Anreise (in German).
|ASSOCIATION „BÜRGER FÜRS BADEHAUS WALDRAM-FÖHRENWALD e.V.“|