Learn about the history and the horrors of Sachsenhausen, the Nazi concentration camp located in the town of Oranienburg, near Berlin. Built in 1936, Sachsenhausen functioned as an SS concentration camp and later, after the war, as a special Soviet camp.
What to Expect
During your visit, a guide will take you on a respectful tour of this concentration camp. You’ll hear about the daily working lives of the prisoners in the camp as you see the buildings that have survived to this day.
On the 6-hour program you’ll get a better understanding of the complex history of this site through the various monuments that represent different ideologies from different times.
You’ll take in an exhibition on the death marches and barracks 38 and 39, where the SS incarcerated Sachsenhausen’s Jewish prisoners from November 1938 to October 1942. See the prison that was built by inmates in 1936, the prisoners' kitchen, the Camp Wall near Station Z, and the infirmary barracks.
- Spanish-speaking guide
- Map of the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp
What's Not Included
- Full-day ABC transport ticket
Know Before You Go
• A full-day ABC transport ticket is necessary (not included in the price)
• It is recommended that you bring an umbrella (for rain or sun), and a bottle of water and food, as there are no such services available during the visit