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Sachsenhausen Memorial Tour

by Sandeman's New Europe Duration 5h Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per traveller Price is AU$30

Head out of Berlin to explore the tragic side of the city's history at the Sachsenhausen Memorial, a former Nazi concentration camp. Learn about the lives of prisoners who were abused, see the training grounds of SS guards, and pay tribute to those lost during World War II.

Meet your guide at Brandenburg Gate and catch the train to Oranienburg, once home to one of the largest concentration camps in the Third Reich. Follow your knowledgeable guide as you wander through the camp's grounds, and learn how around 200,000 people were held captive, abused, and forced into slave labour during Hitler's rise to power.

Listen as your guide shares stories about the camp's brutality and torture, see sites where gas chambers were built, and learn about the mass executions that took place. Feel free to ask questions along the way, and spend time in the museum to get a deeper look at Sachsenhausen's past.

Head out of Berlin to explore the tragic side of the city's history at the Sachsenhausen Memorial, a former Nazi concentration camp. Learn about the lives of prisoners who were abused, see the training grounds of SS guards, and pay tribute to those lost during World War II.

Meet your guide at Brandenburg Gate and catch the train to Oranienburg, once home to one of the largest concentration camps in the Third Reich. Follow your knowledgeable guide as you wander through the camp's grounds, and learn how around 200,000 people were held captive, abused, and forced into slave labour during Hitler's rise to power.

Listen as your guide shares stories about the camp's brutality and torture, see sites where gas chambers were built, and learn about the mass executions that took place. Feel free to ask questions along the way, and spend time in the museum to get a deeper look at Sachsenhausen's past.

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11:00 AM, Tour in English

Duration 5h No booking or credit card fees

Live Commentary in English.

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per traveller
AU$29.42

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It only takes 2 minutes

9:00 AM, Tour in English

Duration 5h No booking or credit card fees

Live Commentary in English.

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per traveller
AU$29.42

Total price is AU$29.42, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

Sachsenhausen Memorial Tour

Activity Location

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Straße der Nationen 22

Oranienburg

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Starbucks

    Pariser Platz Brandenburg Gate

    Berlin 10117


Highlights

  • Immersive look into the history & tragedies of Sachsenhausen

  • Opportunity to see grounds of former Nazi concentration camp

  • SS training centers, gas chambers & execution sites

  • Informative exhibits & displays available at museum

  • Engaging guide available to answer questions along the way


Inclusions

  • Guided walking tour of Sachsenhausen Memorial

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • ABC transit ticket


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 12 and younger are complimentary.

  • If you have limited mobility, you should not take part.

  • You must purchase an ABC transit ticket before joining the tour.

  • Some exhibitions are closed on Mondays and will not be part of the tour, however the memorial is still open.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Sachsenhausen Memorial Tour ratings based on 23 Verified Reviews

4.5 out of 5

5/5 21 May 2019

Georgia was an amazing host and guide! She gave the group such insight of the camp. I learned so much about the history of the memorial.

5/5 12 Feb. 2019

Did the tour with Max as our guide. Very knowledgeable and friendly. Took us to the important areas of the camp and provided the information we needed. It was a cold and slightly wet February day and we were all wrapped up and it was still cold - it's hard to comprehend how the inmates/prisoners must have felt. Really brought home the barbarity of the maxi regime. A very interesting experience and would highly recommend. You also get to understand how ruthless the Soviets were too when they arrived.