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Opening Hours

For Easter and Christmas opening times, please see the up-to-date information on our homepage or our Facebook page.
Short-term changes to opening times are posted there.



Unfortunately, we cannot offer any further reductions for senior citizens, students and severely disabled persons,
as we have deliberately chosen a low admission price for all visitors.

In times of Covid, please note the following: Due to the current hygiene regulations, we do not require a current negative test or proof that you have been vaccinated twice or that you have recovered from Corona in order to enter the exhibition. However, masks are mandatory in the exhibition and we need to document your data for contact tracking. Therefore, you can also log in via the Luca app.
Our public tours, walking tours, or bike tours (Moving History) take place exclusively outdoors, but we need your contact tracking data for those as well.


4,00 Euro

Children and Young People (age 12 to 17)

3,00 Euro

Children under 12

free entry

Family ticket

12,00 Euro

Combination Ticket, Adults
Exhibition + Guided Tour

7,00 Euro

Combination Ticket, Children & Young People (age 12 – 17)
Exhibition + Guided Tour

6,00 Euro

How To Find Us

The PRORA CENTER is located in Mukraner Straße 12, Binz, 18609 in the North Prora district. You can find our exhibition in the building at the entrance to the Prora Youth Hostel. From the L29 main road, take the “Prora-Nord” exit and follow signs to the left leading to the Prora Youth Hostel. Parking is available on the premises.

Tours and Guided Visits

The PRORA CENTER offers tours of the grounds around block 5 in the northern part of Prora. In about 90-120 minutes and with the help of the building, the surrounds and historical footage, the tours convey the Nazi and GDR history at the facility as well as information on current developments.
Public tours take place from April to October on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm. The price is €5 per person. Teenagers (12 to 17) pay the reduced price of 3.50 Euro, children under 12 are free of charge.

For groups of six or more, tours are available year-round with prior notification. English-speaking tours must be booked separately. For school classes, separate tours are also available. Take a look at our educational opportunities.

For those who want to participate in the tour and visit the exhibition, we offer an affordable combination ticket for 7 Euro (reduced 6 Euro). Our guided tours of the grounds are outdoors, we therefore recommend weather appropriate clothing and suitable footwear.

Practical Information

Our exhibition building is barrier-free so that wheelchair users can move around the building independently. Our sanitary facilities are not wheelchair accessible, an alternative is offered by the nearby Prora Youth Hostel. WCs are available for visitors to the exhibition.

Dogs are not allowed in the exhibition building. Dogs are allowed on the guided tours of the grounds as long as they do not disrupt the tour.

For children there is a small corner for painting in the exhibition area. For those who are slightly older we offer a permanent exhibition crossword puzzle, “Prora – more than just a pretty beach – 1933-1946”.

Free parking is available on the grounds of the hostel.

The PRORA CENTRE is also reachable by bus (line 20, “Prora Youth Hostel” stop) and via train (“Prora” station, and then a ~ 10 min. walk.

From March/April to October, the Prora Youth Hostel cafeteria provides food and drinks. The PRORA CENTRE has no dining facilities.