The Sachsenhausen concentration camp memorial is located approximately 30 kilometres north of Berlin. This concentration camp was built in 1936 and served as a model and training camp for later concentration camps. After World War II, a Soviet special camp was located there from 1945 to 1950.
This tour is a day trip and takes about 6 hours. We will travel together by S-Bahn from Brandenburger Tor to Oranienburg (approx. 50 minutes). From there we will walk to the memorial site (approx. 20 – 25 minutes). Please note that this route must also be walked back at the end of the tour. The guided tour of the memorial takes approx. 2.5 to 3 hours and also involves a lot of walking. Please make sure that you are up to it.
All participants require a public transport ticket for this tour; this is NOT included in the price. We are happy to help with the selection.
If you as a group have a bus, we will of course be happy to accompany you in your own bus.
Please bring your own food and drinks. There are no catering facilities at the memorial.
Duration: approx. 6 hours (incl. train rides and break)
Costs: Groups of 10 or more: € 25 / person (reduced rate € 23)
up to 9 people and school classes: Price on request
If you would like to book this tour, please use this link.
In principle, all our tours are barrier-free, but as there may be restrictions in the city at short notice, please inform us in advance.
Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed on the memorial site.
“The Soviet soldiers who first entered Sachsenhausen had spoken of liberation. I didn’t quite realise what that meant. I had never thought about liberation. My only endeavour had always been to ensure my survival from one day to the next.”
Thomas Buergenthal, 1934 – 2023, American lawyer, born in Czechoslovakia, as a child he survived two ghettos and the Auschwitz-Birkenau and Sachsenhausen concentration camps, Quote from: Thomas Buergenthal, A Lucky Child: A Memoir of Surviving Auschwitz as a Young Boy