Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial Tour

Original Berlin Walks are proud to be the first company to offer tours to the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial site, starting more than 15 years ago. Book now for a day trip with a specially trained, licensed guide.

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Private Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial Tour

Make sure you get the most out of your tour by booking your own private guide. Click “contact us” below to get in touch and organise your tour now.

Learn about the camp system and the Holocaust

Set off from Berlin with a specially trained guide to learn about the concentration camp system and the holocaust. Arriving in the town of Oranienburg by train, you will be lead through the site of one of the most important forced labour camps in Nazi Germany. Your tour will cover the entire history of the site, from its inception in 1936, its use as a Soviet “Special Camp”, and its transformation into a place of memorial, remembrance and respect.

Social distance is important. This tour is limited to 20 participants to keep both you and our team safe.

What you will see

For this tour, Original Berlin Walks’ guides are trained to unravel the complex history of the Holocaust. Using witness accounts and historical research, our qualified guides shed light on what life was like as a prisoner.

You will see the camp prison, where key members of opposition to Nazi terror were interned, included WWII prisoners of war. Hear how British RAF officer “Jimmy” James, one of the “Great Escapers” managed to escape Sachsenhausen. Take some free time in the site museums to reflect on the tragic history of the “Third Reich”, and stand before the remains of “Station Z”, where thousands of executions took place at the hands of the SS.

We treat the memorial site with the utmost respect. All of our guides are officially licensed by the site, and engage in further courses offered by the memorial foundation throughout the year.

Your guide will sensitively explain how different victim groups were persecuted by the SS Guards, including Jewish people, Jehova’s Witnesses, homosexuals, Sinti & Roma, and political prisoners. An ongoing discussion will be conducted as you visit different locations across the site, including the roll call yard and work details such as the Infirmary Barracks, the Shoe Testing Track.

Coronavirus Regulations

In order to impede the spread of COVID-19 the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial Site requires that all visitors wear a mask throughout the entirety of their time at the site. Furthermore, the inside of each of the museums are currently closed. Our guides have plenty of experience describing the contents of the museums, so the content of the tour remains unchanged.

Good to know

  • 6 hours including travel
  • Expert licensed guide
  • Includes break for refreshments/bathroom
  • ABC Day Pass required
  • Wheelchair accessible (site can be muddy during/after rain)
  • Tour runs in all weathers


Meeting point

You can see the meeting point for our Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial Tour on the map below:


Outside Starbucks opposite Hackescher Markt S-Bahn station.

Address: Neue Promenade 3, 10178 Berlin

The following S-Bahn trains and trams stop at Hackescher Markt:
S-Bahn: S5, S7, S75

Tram: M1, M4, M5, M6, 12

Book now to secure your spot on Original Berlin Walks’ Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial Tour.

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