Join a small-group guided tour from Gdansk to Stutthof Concentration Camp and learn how it functioned during the Nazi occupation of Poland in WWII. Visit Stutthof Museum and hear about the 20th-century history of Gdansk, Poland's first concentration camp, and its impact on the local population.
Enter the very first extermination camp in Poland. In Stutthof, the local guide will show you the authentic facilities: wooden prisoner barrack, the gas chamber, crematorium and more. Walk through the large area, explore the buildings and see moving exhibitions full of remainings from World War II times and watch a documentary movie in the Stutthof Museum Cinema.
Get to know the bloodcurdling history of this concentration camp where more than 110,000 prisoners were tortured, forced to work or died in the gas chambers - until it was freed by the Soviet Army on 9 May 1945.