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Gdansk: Group Tour to Stutthof Camp

Join our grup tour to Stutthof Concentration Camp from Gdansk which was established by German on September 2nd 1939. Before it became a concentration camp  functioned as a special labour camp. About 125,000 prisoners from 13 countries lived there, and 85,000 were killed. It was the first camp in the Polish country and the last to be liberated. Today the camp site is the State Stutthof Museum, containing a gas chamber, crematoroium, four shacks for the living quarters, as well as the SS watchtower.    


Tour itinerary:

  1. 9:30 a.m. pick up from centrally located meeting point by Hotel Hilton (1 Targ Rybny Street)
  2. approx 1 hour driving by air-conditioned vehicle to Stutthof Museum
  3. entrance to State Stutthof Museum
  4. sightseeing with local English-speaking licensed guide for approx 1,5 hours
  5. driving back to Gdansk in the same vehicle

Tour lasts approx 4 hours


Price: 290 PLN per person



  • transport by high quality air-conditioned minivans or minibus
  • departure from meeting point in the centre of Gdansk (Hotel Hilton, 1 Targ Rybny Street)
  • entrance tickets to Stutthof Concentration Camp Museum
  • guided sightseeing tour inside the Camp in English for approx 1,5 hours
  • english speaking drivers’ or tour leaders’ assistance

Tour available every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

We also organize private tours to Stutthof Concentration Camp on request every day -> Private Stutthof Tour

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Customer Reviews

  1. (5/5)

    The experience was very good, very informative and the guide was helpful and knowledgeable. The meeting point was easily found and the driver was excellent.

  2. (5/5)

    Brilliant experience, very moving! Tour guide was extremely informative and Transfer was on time and staff were very friendly no complaints

  3. (5/5)

    Really appreciated the tour, it was very respectful and informative. The victims are honoured and their plight remembered.

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