Established in 1939 to exterminate Jewish and Polish Intelligence from the Free City of Gdańsk and Pomerania region.
The camp became the place of torment and slaughter for over 110 thousand prisoners from 26 countries during the second world war. Liberated in 1945.
This camp is historically notable as it was the first concentration camp established outside of Germany and the last one closed after the War.
The exposition is quite drastic, it may be visited only by persons who are 13 or over.
Type of tour: Car/bus, Walking
Activity level: Gentle
Duration: 5 hours
Highlights: Old and new camp quarters of Stutthof, the commander’s villa, the gas chambers, and crematorium, camp victims’ monument
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Gas chambers, crematories, exhibits of the victims’ shoes evoke the feelings no words can express. Our guide will give you information but also allows you to read and reflect some on the horror of this place on your own.
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