Stutthof Concentration Camp
The Nazi camp Stutthof for civilians was established on 2 September 1939, then turned into a special labour camp and finally a concentration camp. Some 125,000 prisoners from 13 countries of Europe were kept here. 85 000 were killed. It was the first Nazi camp on Polish territory and the last to be liberated. Now the camp site is the State Stutthof Museum, comprising a gas chamber, crematorium four shacks for the living quarters and the SS watchtower.
We offer private tours to Stutthof Camp which include hotel pick up and drop off at chosen time, comfortable mini-van/car , entrance to the Museum and sightseeing with English speaking guide.
tours in: Spanish, German, French, Italian available on requestPrices:
- 750 PLN total (1-2 persons)
- 850 PLN total (3-6 persons)
- (7 - more persons) - contact us