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Venture out of Munich by local transport for a comprehensive tour through Dachau Concentration Camp...
8 hours 30 minutes
Gain insight into the rise of the Nazi party during World War II on a full-day combo tour of Mu...
Experience the haunting memorial to the holocaust at Dachau Concentration Camp on a half-day tour fr...
Visit Germany's first Nazi concentration camp at Dachau to remember the victims of the Holocaust. Op...
Take a 5-hour tour to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site, a place of reflection and educat...
Explore the haunting Dachau Concentration Camp on a half-day tour from Munich. Walk in the footsteps...
Take a private tour of Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site, the first Nazi concentration camp,...
6 hours 30 minutes
See the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site on this guided, 6.5-hour tour from Munich. At t...
Join this 6-hour day tour to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site by train from Munich. Meet...
4 hours 30 minutes
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Dachau was the most infamous of WWII concentration camps and represents a time in mode...
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Smartphone voucher accepted – No need to print! This moving tour provides an insight into the dark p...
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Take a tour of the Dachau Memorial Site on a day trip from Munich and explore the camp with a highly experienced Memoria...
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Venture out of Munich by local transport for a comprehensive small group tour through ...
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Uncover the history behind Nazi concentration camps at Dachau. Walk through the remaining buildings ...
Take a 5-hour highly educational and thought-provoking tour to the Dachau Concentration camp memoria...
See top Munich attractions on a private sightseeing tour followed by a visit to Dachau Concentr...
Join this full-day, small-group tour that combines a visit to Dachau Concentration Camp Memoria...
Dachau was one of the first concentration camps in Nazi Germany and became a model for all subsequent camps in the Third Reich.
Dachau was one of the first concentration camps in Nazi Germany and became a model for all subsequent camps in the Third Reich. Located 16 km northwest of Munich on the banks of the Wurm river, it was set up on the site of an abandoned munitions factory in 1933 and remained operational till its liberation by American forces on 29-April 1945. Over 188,000 Jews and other political prisoners were interred here over the years, several of whom were used as slave labor to manufacture weapons and other war material, as well as subjects of brutal medical experiments by the Nazis.
The site of the concentration camp was converted into a memorial in 1965, presenting historical facts and personal accounts of the prisoners. Trace the 'path of the prisoners' which led to the camp, their life in the camp, and their journey to either death or liberation. The Path of Remembrance comprises the 3 km long route from the Dachau railway station to the Visitors’ Center which was taken by prisoners in the Nazi era. It has information panels about the town of Dachau and the camp. At the site, visitors can see the Jorhaus gate with the infamous words "Arbeit Macht Frei" (Work Makes You Free), the roll call site Appelplatz, original prisoner barracks with patios and dorms, courtyards, Maintenance Building with kitchen, laundry and showers as well as the permanent exhibition, bunker with electric wire fence, crematorium and chapels. The permanent exhibition is split into 3 chronological chapters, each documenting the role of the camp in Nazi Germany and its expansion over time.
The Dachau Kommandantur (headquarters), and main building of the SS Kaserne lie outside the memorial site. Also nearby are the medicinal herb garden maintained by prisoners, Hebertshausen where over 4000 prisoners were shot, and the memorial cemeteries at Waldfriedhof and Dachau-Leitenberg.
Alte Römerstraße 75, Dachau, Germany
+49 8131 669970
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