The tunnel of remembrance is about 30 km south of Linz in the city center of Steyr. The exhibition is housed in a former air-raid shelter and tells the story of Steyr during the Nazi rule. The tunnel itself was built by concentration camp prisoners in 1943 and served as an air-raid shelter in the Second World War. The focus is on the history of the Steyr-Münichholz concentration camp and the fate of thousands of forced laborers in and around Steyr.

Since the tunnel has a temperature of around 10 degrees Celsius all year round, we recommend that visitors dress appropriately.

The tour: is booked only for you and is possible from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Tuesday to Sunday.

Recommendation:
On entering the tunnel on the same day, you can also visit the nearby Museum of the Working World free of charge.

You still have the opportunity to take a walk through the beautiful old town in Steyr and to explore Lamberg Castle (without a tour) from outside and linger in the castle garden.

Service detailsDuration:

  • about 5 hours
  • Departure: Linz, other pick-up locations on request
  • Date: individually tailored for you
    People: 1-6
  • Sedan: Black Mercedes S500L 4 MATIC or Mercedes Business VAN
  • Price: € 520, – including limousine, personal guide in the museum, all entrance fees on site, non-alcoholic drinks during the journey

Photo gallery of memory: © Museum Arbeitswelt @ Tobias Zachl