The Blue House in Breisach

The Blue House in Breisach is a memorial site and educational establishment dedicated to the history of the Jews of the Upper Rhine.

Our permanent exhibitions

"JEWISH LIFE IN BREISACH 1931”,

"AFTER THE SHOAH" and

"GURS 1940",

In addition to the permanent exhibitions, events and educational programs help recall the historical Jewish communities, the co-existence of Christians and Jews as well as the violent end of Jewish life under the Nazi dictatorship in 1940.

Open Wednesdays and Sundays 2 p.m. - 5 p.m., except on public holidays, alternative visiting hours are possible by arrangement.

Admission free, proof of vaccination and mask required

NEW! Audio walking tour "Jewish Life in Breisach"

Direct link to install the APP and to open the tour: HERE

In the words of the President of the State Parliament of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Peter Straub, "We need places of concrete memory"(January 2000). For this reason, the Association for the Blue House began its work, purchasing the former Jewish community center in Breisach on Rhine in order to conserve and use it for the town and its visitors. The authenticity of a place – as we have learned from experience at memorials – allows us to grasp history and draw concrete lessons from it. Within the walls of this house, more than 700 years of history come alive.

 

HISTORY

 

TOUR

We invite you to enter and get to know the house.