Stutthof Nazi Concentration Camp Tour from Warsaw with Lunch
See the first Nazi camp on Polish territory and the last to be liberated.
- Visit Stutthof Museum
- Enjoy lunch in local restaurant
- Extend your trip with Malbork castle or Gdansk!
DescriptionThe Nazi camp at Stutthof was established for civilians on 2 September 1939. Afterwards it was turned into a special labor camp and finally a concentration camp. The moment the German Nazis invaded Poland, massive arrests of Poles in the Free City of Danzig started. Only in the first day of the war approx. 1500 people were arrested. Some 125 000 prisoners from 13 European countries were kept there. 85 000 were killed. Stutthof served mainly for exterminating the most rebellious and patriotic people, mainly from the educated circles from Gdańsk. The victims of arrests were people active in social and economical life, activists and members of Polish organisations. On the spot you will see permanent exhibitions with documentary films concerning the time of Nazi occupation. The museum is enormous and spreads over 20 hectares. Among its most important monuments is the partially preserved Old Camp, the “Death Gate”, gas chamber, brick-built headquarters and garages, vegetable gardens and the commandant’s villa.The memorial area also includes a reconstruction of the crematoria. Collected and stored post-camp archives are especially abundant. The State Stutthof Museum is now located at the campsite, featuring relics of the past.
IncludesTransportation by car/minibus Pickup from your hotel English-speaking driver Entrance fee and guide in Stutthof Museum Basic lunch (soup, main course, water) in regular restaurant; on request we offer special menu in an exclusive restaurant (with surcharge) Free Wi-Fi
- You can extend your tour with a visit to Malbork Castle or Gdansk.
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