The Stutthof Concentration Camp private guided tour
Stutthof Nazi Concentration Camp
Stutthof concentration camp was the first camp built in Poland by the Nazis. It was established in the first days of World War II to exterminate educated Poles. Now we know that three years earlier, the Nazis had already decided who was to be sent there. During the 5 years of existence of the Concentration Camp in Stutthof, prisoners from 28 countries were held here. The camp was freed by the Soviet Army on the 9th of May 1945.
Stutthof Concentration Camp
During the visit to the camp we will see: some wooden prison barracks, former command post building, a gas chamber and some incinerators.
In Stutthof Museum we can see one or more of the following movies:
„Ambulance” – 16 min
„Konzentrationslager Stutthof bei Danzig” – 30 min.
„Albert Forster” – 25 min.
„Stutthof some days later” – 19 min.
Stutthof Nazi Camp near Gdansk
Stutthof Concentration Camp tour details:
Meeting point: The Green Gate in Gdansk or I will pick you up at your hotel
will take approximately 2 hours, including one of the films. Together with a journey from Gdansk 4- 5 hours will be needed
the museum charges 5 Polish zloty per person for watching the movies
it is not advisable for children under 14 years
Prices for only guiding or guiding and transport. All is PER TOUR and NOT per person.
Guiding with transport
More than 20
More than 20 and you need transport – please contact me!