voestalpine museum of contemporary history
Individual visitors (no registration required):
Wednesday and Thursday 9 am - 5 pm
Friday 1 pm - 5 pm
Saturday 9 am - 5 pm
Sunday, holiday closed
Admission per person: € 10,00
Reduced admission (seniors, persons with restrictions): € 8,00
Pupils: € 3,00
Kombiticket voestalpine Stahlwelt & Zeitgeschichte MUSEUM pro Person: € 16,00
Opening hours for groups (registration acquired!):
Monday to Saturday 9 am - 5 pm
Sunday and public holidays closed
Groups consisting of 15 participants or more: € 8,-
This exhibit focuses on forced laborers at the Linz location of Reichswerke Hermann Göring, their fates and life histories.
The Hermann Göring works have had a large influence on the structure and economy of Linz. They have sustainably changed the social fabric of the city. The traces the works left behind in public life are still apparent today. Contrastingly, the effect on the former victims, the nature of their being forced and the extent of their labor was suppressed for many years and hidden from the public eye for a long period of time. A central objective of this exhibit is to tell the truth.