Contains 15 graves of German soldiers who fell in the region during the Second World War. Presentation of 148 destinies of soldiers resting in Niederbronn-les-Bains as part of the permanent exhibition Destins de Guerre.

The small spa town of Niederbronn-les-Bains was mostly spared the fighting of the Second World War. But, towards the end of the war, gunfire broke out there. In 1961, the "exhumation" service of the Volksbund began transferring bodies to Niederbronn-les-Bains. The cemetery was completed there in 1966.

In May 2009, the Albert Schweitzer Center inaugurated the permanent exhibition "Destins of War". It presents 12 particular fates chosen from among the 15 victims.

Spoken languages

  • English
  • German
  • French


  • Groups welcome up to 50 people.

Type of clientele

  • Groups
  • School groups
  • Families
  • Couples
  • Adults (individuals)

Type of guided tour

  • Free tour
  • Guided tour for groups
  • Guided tour for groups by appointment
  • Educational visit



  • Free private parking for cars
  • Coach parking
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  • Bus drop-off / pick-up in front of the establishment
  • Open to individuals
  • Animals accepted: No
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