Witness war crimes and the Holocaust as you explore the former Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp with a Licensed Guide. Learn about the slave labor, prisoner abuses and executions by Nazis and Soviets. Travel from Berlin to Sachsenhausen by private car.

Highlights
  • Visit the Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen with a Licensed Guide
  • Immerse yourself in the history of WWII and the Holocaust
  • Learn about the camp’s prominent prisoners
  • See the former camp prison, barracks, gas chamber and more
  • Take advantage of a private car transfer from Berlin

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  • 4 Hours
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Discover the dark history of the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, a model and training camp, which was initially used by Nazis to perfect the most efficient and effective execution methods for use in death camps. Explore the memorial site and educational exhibitions with an Expert Guide to learn about the causes and consequences of the Nazi extremism.

Your 4-hour tour will begin with a pickup from your accommodation in Berlin. We will arrange a private driver and a clean, air-conditioned vehicle exclusively for your group so you can avoid crowded commercial buses.Upon arrival at the Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen, you will join a Licensed Guide on a private tour of the former concentration camp, including the Command Headquarters, prisoners’ barracks, and the site of the first crematorium. It will be an educational yet touching experience, as you will also see the Mass Graved for Concentration Camp Victims, burial grounds and several memorials.

The museum displays several exhibits on the camp’s operations under the Nazis and Soviets, exposing the way they tortured and executed their prisoners of war. Among the inmates you will find names of political prisoners such as Joseph Stalin’s oldest son, the penultimate PM of of France, the family of the Crown Prince of Bavaria, as well as Jehovah’s Witnesses, Soviet POWs, Poles, Jews, Homosexuals and Freemasons. It is one of the best places to visit to understand the extent of the National Socialist ideology.

We offer two alternative versions of this tour, depending on your preferences regarding your Private Guide. In the Fully-Guided option you have an opportunity to travel with your 5-Stars Guide all the way from Berlin, so that you can enjoy listening to comments and asking questions along the way. In the Guide-on-Site option you will meet with a Local Expert after arriving in Sachsenhausen.

Includes
  • Private Trip from Berlin to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp
  • All the way service of a Licensed Guide (in the Fully-Guided option)
  • Expert Guide in Sachsenburg (in the Guide-on-SIte option)
  • Free entry to Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum
  • Car transfers with a pickup and drop-off at your accommodation

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Meeting point

Pickup and drop-off at your accommodation in Berlin

Important information

What you should know

  • Please check your email the day before the tour to receive important information.
  • This tour includes an approximately 2-hour round-trip transfer time between Sachsenhausen and your accommodation. Please note that the transfer time quoted is for information purposes only and can take longer or shorter depending on the location of your accommodation in Berlin.
  • We will arrange private transfers in a standard car (sedan) for groups of 1-4 people, and in a large van for groups of 5 people and more. If you’re traveling in a smaller group but want to travel in a more spacious car, we recommend booking a tour for 5 people to take advantage of the van transport.
  • Please note that selected museum exhibitions are closed or have limited opening times on December 24th, 25th, 26th, 31st and January 1st.