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Private Tour: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp from Berlin

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  • Take a 6-hour private tour to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp from Berlin
  • This tour was created by Nigel Dunkley, a leading military historian
  • Learn about life of prisoners in the concentration camp
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Private Tour: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp from Berlin
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Private Tour: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. Departure at 9am
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Private Tour: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. Departure at 11am
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Private Tour: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. Departure at 1pm (April to October only)
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Overview
Make a sobering visit to the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp near Berlin on this 6-hour private tour. Discover the history of this model concentration camp using the expertise of historian and former British military attaché in Berlin, Nigel Dunkley, who created the tour. Explore the site’s cells, execution grounds, hospital and more with your guide, learning about the camp’s unique design and role in the events of World War II. Your visit also includes hotel pickup and drop-off.
What to Expect
During the 1936 Olympics, hosted by Nazi Germany, slave laborers were forced to build a new concentration camp just north of Berlin, intended to hold the Nazis’ political enemies. This camp was Sachsenhausen, and during the next decade some 200,000 people were imprisoned within the camp before it was evacuated by the Soviets in 1945. For another five years, the Soviets used the camp to imprison 60,000 war criminals, including Nazis and Nazi collaborators.

On this tour, you'll explore the Sachsenhausen memorial site with a private guide. See the cells, execution grounds, crematorium, pathology laboratory, hospital and other sites, and learn about the camp's history, those imprisoned here and why Nazi architects considered Sachsenhausen to have the ideal structure for a concentration camp.

This tour was researched and created by former British military attaché Nigel Dunkley, one of the world’s leading military historians. Your tour may or may not be led by Nigel; all private tour guides have their own special knowledge of the history of Sachsenhausen and are experienced in unraveling the complex history of World War II and the Holocaust.
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Private Sachsenhausen tour from Warnemunde

I arranged a private tour to start by picking us up at our cruise ship docking in Warnemunde. 8 of us went by private van directly to the camp. The driver was very nice. He made sure we stopped along the way to use rest...More

Thank Blackavar72
Reviewed 1 week ago
Brian Bell was the best tour guide!

Brian was the absolute best tour guide (so amazing that we spent ANOTHER day of our Berlin trip following him around the city for one of his public walking tours, the day after our private tour with him at Sachsenhausen). He picked us up at...More

Thank Erinmwright1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent and interesting

Taylor our guide was just great. He spoke very clearly and projected his voice well so that even those in the outside ring of the crowd did not have to use any hearing aid. He also had an in depth knowledge of his tour and...More

Thank remek88ruf
Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile
So informative

We went on a tour today with a guide called Chloe. Although a very upsetting topic, she was so informative and taught us so much about the concentration camp and the holocaust. She was able to answer any of our questions and obviously knew so...More

Thank lucyantell
Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile
Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

Took time out on our short visit to Berlin to visit this sad place. It is not a WOW kind of place but helped us understand what was happening in the world before I was born. Went to Anne Franks just 2 weeks ago and...More

1  Thank Heidi W
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