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Berlin Private 6-Hour Tour to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial

  • Tour the Sachsenhausen concentration camp
  • Travel from Berlin to Oranienburg, Germany via train
  • Learn about Germany during the days of the Third Reich
Berlin Private 6-Hour Tour to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial
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Discover Sachsenhausen, one of the first concentration camps established by Nazi Germany’s Third Reich, on this private, 6-hour trip from Berlin. Listen as an expert historian details the facts surrounding Sachsenhausen's creation, as well as a timeline of the atrocities that took place here. Today, this entire location serves as a national memorial to the prisoners who lived and died within its walls. Learn about Germany during the days of the Third Reich and explore the various locations inside the camp, like the command headquarters, execution trench, and more.
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This tour begins with a meet and greet with the guide in East Berlin at the Hackescher Markt train station. Then it’s approximately a 45-minute ride to the Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum in Oranienburg.

More than 200,000 people were imprisoned here between 1936 and 1945. At first, the prisoners were primarily political opponents of the Nazi regime. However, people that were defined by the National Socialists as racially or biologically inferior were later included.

By 1939, there were a large number of citizens from the occupied European states imprisoned here. Tens of thousands of people died of starvation, disease, forced labor and mistreatment, or they were victims of the systematic extermination by the Schutzstaffel, or the SS. Thousands of other prisoners died during the “death marches” that followed the evacuation of the camp in April of 1945. At that time, approximately 3,000 sick prisoners, along with the doctors and nurses who had stayed behind in the camp, were freed by Soviet and Polish soldiers.

Not for the faint of heart, this tour features a visit to the punishment cells, gallows, gas chambers and burial pits located inside the prison. Hear stories of prisoner bravery as well as the chilling atrocities that took place at the camp — which now serves as a national memorial to the prisoners who lived and died here.

The tour ends with a return train trip to Berlin.
Reviews (18)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Moving experience with an incredible guide

Georgia was our guide to the camp, and she was knowledgeable, experienced, friendly, and professional. She really knew the details of the camp, it’s operation and history, and how it fit into the overall structure of the horror of concentration camps in WWII, and spoke...More

Thank Hampa78
Reviewed 13 September 2018
Great and informative.

I would highly recommend this tour. If you want a detailed history of the camp then this is the tour for you. The guide was informative, engaging and well versed in German history. Highly recommended

Thank Sonia S
Reviewed 22 August 2018 via mobile
Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

Whilst in Berlin we attended a 3 hour tour of the camp. Whilst 3 hours wasn’t enough time to really appreciate this amazing exhibition, Caesar our tour guide did an amazing job highlighting general points of interest. His vast knowledge truly made the experience worth...More

Thank haynomad
Reviewed 31 July 2018
The camp

This trip is really worth going on the train ride to the camp is special and so interesting when you get there the tour guides are excellent plenty of information it rained none stop all the time we was there but didn’t spoil a very...More

Thank leighhorder
Reviewed 18 July 2018 via mobile

Cesar was a wonderful guide on our tour. With multiple masters degrees and soon PHD , He was very informative and very knowledgable answering questions from the group. His education on the topic was evident as well as the passion he had for history. We...More

Thank Coleton P
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It’s a full day tour well worth the trip and you get to travel on the train in Berlin tour starts early around 10 only one tour a day