Kazerne Dossin - Memorial, Museum and Documentation Centre on the Holocaust and Human Rights
The brand new Dossin casern relates the Belgian part of the Holocaust. Stories, testimonies and pictures guide you through the 1940s and bear witness to the discrimination and later the deportation of Jews and gipsies. More than 25,000 people were deported from Mechelen to Auschwitz-Birkenau. In this emphatic place of remembrance, the Transit Camp Dossin dissects the mechanisms behind the violation of human rights, in the past and present.
Goswin de Stassartstraat 153
T+32 15 29 06 60
The museum is easily accessible and has a spacious lift. Some of the texts hang too high and are difficult to read from a wheelchair. There is an accessible toilet. The cafetaria is also accessible. An audio guide is available. Guide dogs for the blind are welcome. Most of the videos have subtitles for visitors with a hearing impairment. All the information regarding accessibility can be found at: www.kazernedossin.eu/EN/Bezoek/Praktisch/Toegankelijkheid
Below you will find an interactive map.Text version