Take a day tour of the Stutthof Concentration Camp Museum near Gdansk. Built in 1939, it was the last concentration camp to be freed in 1945 by the Soviet Army. Join this private tour to tour the grounds and learn more about the history of the camp.
What to Expect
Go on a full-day excursion to the Stutthof Concentration Camp outside of Gdansk on a trip that will expose you to the stories of the people living here during the Nazi occupation of Poland in World War II.
Located only 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Gdansk, Stutthof was the first concentration camp in Poland, built by Nazis in 1939, and the last one to be freed in 1945 by the Soviet Army. It was located in a secluded, wet, and wooded area west of the small town of Sztutowo (German: Stutthof).
During this period, 85,000 people were victims of genocide out of as many as 110,000 people deported there. A visit to the camp is a chance to see and learn about the gas chamber, crematorium, prisoner barracks, and the guard’s tower that are reminders of this horrific time.
- English, German, or Russian-speaking guide
- Foreign language-speaking driver
- Entrance to the Stutthof Museum (closed Mondays)
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
Know Before You Go
Meeting Point: your hotel in Gdansk
Please choose a language for your tour while booking.