Jewish Cemetery Steyr




The cemetery was established in 1874. Up to 1937, around 200 people were laid to rest there. Some 100 Hungarian Jews who were murdered on a death march in 1945 are also buried there in a mass grave. The ceremonial hall was demolished in the 1960s. There is a monument commemorating the town’s 86 Holocaust victims. The cemetery is kept locked; information on accessibility and guided tours is available from the Jewish Community Linz or the Mauthausen Committee Steyr.

Taborweg 4, 4400 Steyr, Upper Austria | show on map

Cadastral Data

KG 49233, EZ 1136, GSt 966, TZ 922/2010, protected monument

Area in m²



Jewish Community Linz



The owner of this cemetery has not filed an application to receive a subsidy from the Fund for the Restoration of the Jewish Cemeteries in Austria.