Updated: Aug 22
The museum tells the marvelous story of Otto Weidt – a righteous among the nations. His workshop employed mainly blind and deaf people. During the holocaust, Weidt saved his Jews workers' lives, defended them, and even helped some captured to escape or be released from concentration camps. He also hid some Jews in a hiding place at the back of his workshop and other sites.
It is a profoundly uplifting story about the power of good.
The entrance is free of charge.