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Sachsenhausen-Oranienburg Memorial Tour From Berlin

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  • Be accompanied by your guide to the outlying memorial location
  • Learn the camp’s brutal history, including its role as an SS training center
  • Visit the barracks, pathology department, crematorium, and more
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Sachsenhausen-Oranienburg Memorial Tour From Berlin
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Explore the various locations inside the camp with an expert English-speaking tour guide.
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Explore the various locations inside the camp with an expert English-speaking tour guide.
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Explora los diferentes espacios del campo con un experto guía de habla hispana.
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Overview

Berlin’s World War II history is a point of interest for many visitors, but locating the significant sites of the regime can be difficult. Learn about the operation of Sachsenhausen-Oranienburg, one of the Third Reich’s key concentration camps, on a tour that includes the camp’s barracks and extermination center, gaining sobering insight into the brutality that took place there. Meet your group at an easy-to-find, centrally located Berlin spot.

What to Expect

Begin your day at a meeting point located near Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate. Greet your guide and travel by public transport (own expense) to the memorial site, located on the outskirts of the city.

On arrival at the camp, tour its different sections, including the extermination zone, crematorium, pathology department, barracks, roll call square, and Gestapo prison. Learn more about the camp’s chilling history and its central role under the Third Reich as an SS training centre.

On conclusion of your visit, return to your original meeting point via public transport, with new insights into the notorious concentration camp.

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Highly recommend Sarah

We took the Sachsenhausen tour with Sarah — she was an excellent guide, very knowledgeable, engaging, and attentive. We would definitely take any other tour she was leading.

Thank KayAitch
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Sam Noble was fantastic!

We did two tours with Sam. The free tour and then the concentration camp. He was passionate and amazingly knowledgeable. He struck the balance between facts (or being nerdy as he would say) and keeping the crowd interested.

Thank daniellepas2808
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
5 stars for Sam Noble

My girlfriend was obsessed with our tour guide Sam Noble because of his tact, passion, and historical sophistication. Fortunately he is already married so I can give him 5 stars.

Thank tobytobkin
Reviewed 6 days ago
The most movement memorial I've experienced

This is a memorial site I will never forget. I felt the pain and suffering of the Jews entrapped in this camp decades ago. Starvation, abuse, death and misery were still prevalent. I've never seen a Nazi camp before and visiting this site was life...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank GoPlaces793399
Reviewed 1 week ago
Two very informative tours with Sam Noble

We went on the Berlin walking tour (Mon 3rd) and Sachsenhausen tour (Wed 5th) with Sam Noble. We were very fortunate to have Sam as our guide. He is very knowledgeable about the history and delivers the whole tour with passion for the subject. He...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Sally10_11
20 October 2018|
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Response from awe_flaw_some | Reviewed this property |
Well i blv they don’t take more than 10
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You have to meet at the Starbucks outside the Brandenburg gate and then you and the group and guide will travel together via the metro station. The Brandenburg gate is easy to get to from Mitte if you use the metro... More
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