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Caught the 870 bus from stand 2 at Gdansk bus station (to the rear of train station via an underpass). Fare was 13 zl per head, ride took 80 mins or so. Concrete block with Stutthof on left hand side, jump off bus and head...More
I have visited a number of camps but thankfully have not become anaesthetised to their horrors yet. They all have their own ghastly tale to tell. Fascinating to see the commandant'sl splendid villa as you approach the camp. It looks as though it is lived...More
Absolutely blown away by the going ons that happened to humans here?! Left us feeling very shocked and wondered about the minds of these Germans that inflicted so much pain and suffering to thousands of others.
Tip.......go into the information office on arrival. The lady...More
Chilling at the atrocities that happened here. Many buildings remain standing, the gates, guard house, guard stand and railroad tracks. There aren’t words to describe walking around this death camp. It’s hard to wrap my head around the fact that so many innocent people were...More
A moving and thought provoking visit showing how evil mankind can be. We found that the level of information was just about correct. It's disturbing to see the actual railway line used to transport people to the death camp.
One tip. Check the bus timetable...More
Approximately an hour away from Gdansk by bus, which runs until 4pm daily. This is the first camp I've ever visited and it was a very emotional experience, particularly the gas chamber and the exhibit of victim's shoes. A very sombre, quiet atmosphere, with a...More
A truly harrowing and humbling place, whilst a large percentage is no longer there what is left has great content, the only bit which would help if it was all multi lingual, I say this as the majority of the camp or in 3 languages...More
I have visited 3 camps before visoting Stutthof. Firstly finding the bus station in Gdańsk is not easy so we walked aroubd the trainstation and on platforms beforw figuring it out (you need to strive to get to platform 4 and then you'll find it)....More
You can get to the concentration camp from Gdansk by bus. The bus you need is 870 towards Krynica Morska and leaves twice an hour from the bus station which is situated on 3 Maja, behind the train station (Gdansk Glowny). The journey takes about...More
This concentration camp is a must see. How could this have happened just 60 odd years ago. Has lots to see and audio of people or family of people who had survived the camps.
There is a shop at the very front gate that you...More
We went there Sat, May19th 2018, BUT we were with a pre-arranged tour from a cruise ship line docked in Gdansk, so maybe this was a special time/day? I see some other answers that state days of Mon-Fri, so I don't know for... More
We went there Sat, May19th 2018, BUT we were with a pre-arranged tour from a cruise ship line docked in Gdansk, so maybe this was a special time/day? I see some other answers that state days of Mon-Fri, so I don't know for sure. I hope it works for you somehow. Well worth it.