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Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Munich, Bavaria, Germany

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $26 USD per person
  • Duration

    6 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    10:40am

  • Starting Location

    Marienplatz, Munich city center

  • Price Includes

    Transportation Fully memorial Qualified Guide

  • Notes

    This is a full day tour. There is one stop at the start of the tour, so guests can eat lunch or organise something quick to eat from the canteen on the Memorial Site. There are restrooms throughout the Memorial Site

Highlights

  • Memorial site Museum in the former Maintenance building.
  • The Bunker the prison inside the Concentration camp.
  • Barrack X a completely original Gas chamber and Crematorium Facility.
  • The Barracks for a discussion of daily life for the prisoners in the concentration camp.
  • International Memorial designed by Nandor Glid

Trip Info

The Dachau Concentration Camp was the first permanent camp built by the Nazi Party of Germany. It opened on March 22nd 1933, only 2 months after Adolf Hitler’s rise to power and liberated on April 29th 1945.

Dachau was the only Concentration Camp to have existed for the full 12 years of Hitler’s dictatorship. In the minds of the Nazis, especially Heinrich Himmler, it was by far the most important camp within their system and became the model for all others that followed.

“Dachau – the significance of this name will never be erased from German history. It stands for all concentration camps which the Nazis established in their territory.” – Eugen Kogon

The site is one of the most well preserved former camps left in Europe today. Our highly experienced guides discuss all aspects of camp life and death for the hundreds of thousands of prisoners that passed through the gates between 1933 and 1945.

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