Visitor information

admission fee

Adults: 6 EUR
Reduction: 3 EUR
Familiy Card for parents and their children under 18: 14 EUR
Family Card for ONE parent and his children under 18: 8 EUR
Children under 13: admission free
For the public tours we charge an additional fee of 3 EUR.

offers for groups

admission fee for the permanent exhibition
– for groups from 10 persons onwards: 5 EUR per person
– for student groups from 10 persons onwards: 2 EUR per person

Guided tours in German:
in the main season  daily at 11:15 a.m. and 2 p.m.,
in November daily at 11:15 a.m.


Guided Tours in English and Swedish possible on request, fee on request

The movie “MACHTUrlaub – the KdF-seaside resort in Prora” is presented all day continuously, with English subtitles.

English speaking visitors please ask for a brochure with English translations of the exhibition texts at the ticket office.
(10,- Euro deposit, refunded by returning the brochure)


Our documentary movie (33 minutes) on the planned Rügen seaside resort is running daily in an endless loop in German with English subtitles,
It is included in the entrance fee.



Current hygiene rules:

Due to the current incidence values in the district of Vorpommern-Rügen (as of November 2021), the “2G rules” apply due to the Corona state ordinance, i.e. our visitors must either prove that they have been vaccinated against SarsCov2 or have recovered from it. Children from 1 to 6 are not restricted, students from 7-17 need a negative test.

Due to the virus-related protective measures, only a limited number of visitors is possible in the Prora documentation center. Please note the recommendations for the maximum number of visitors per room.

The team at the Prora documentation center asks for your understanding if there are delays in admission so that there are not too many people in the exhibition rooms at the same time.

 Wearing mouth-nose protection in the rooms is mandatory.

The generally applicable clearance and hygiene rules apply throughout the building and in the exhibition rooms.

All contact areas and elements of the exhibitions are continuously cleaned. We also provide disinfectants and gloves for media stations and other contact options. For your own safety, we recommend that you bring your own gloves.

Public tours can only take place with a limited number of participants and taking into account the applicable hygiene and distance regulations.

Please stay home if you show signs of illness or respiratory symptoms. Even if you have had close contact with a sick person within the past two weeks, you should stay at home.