Uncover the history behind Nazi concentrations camps at Dacahu! Learn what life was life at the camp as you walk through the remaining buildings and watch a 22-minute informative film. Take time to reflect at the religious memorials scattered around the site.
Unveil the history behind Nazi concentration camps at Dachau on a day trip from Munich. Try to imagine how such a pretty village in Upper Bavaria could become the site of one of the world's worst atrocities.
A licensed guided will lead you through the Concentration Camp Memorial Site with the still-standing building upon arrival. Step back into the past as you check out the museum and watch a documentary film showcasing the tragic reality of life for those unfortunate enough to be held there. Hear about the medical experiments, torture methods and mass executions of tens of thousands of inmates.
You will be given a chance to explore the memorial site on your own as well as visit the bookstore and the self-service cafeteria for lunch.
Site of Nazi brutalities and Bavaria's first camp
Former SS-Shooting Range
Remaining buildings and facilities of the infamous camp
22-minute documentary film about the hard life for the camp's inmates
Memorial sites provide time for reflection and remembrance
our tour guide was absolutely amazing. I would recommend visiting Dachau simply because of the power of the experience, but our particular guide made it even more memorable. The extended tour to visit the SS training range was something that should not be missed and put this tour above all others offered.
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Dachau Concentration Camp (2 Hours)
Dachau is a concentration camp that was originally built in Germany in 1933 by the Nazis. It now stands as a memorial to more than 30 000 lives people have been deprived of. On-site there is a museum which reminds us of all that happened here.
Historical Stories from Guides
Learn about the history of the concentration camp. Your guide is trained to convey this sometimes difficult material to you with sensitively.
Free Time (Approx 75 min)
Arrival at former SS-Shooting Range at Hebertshausen (Approx 15 min)
Take a 15 minute guided tour and proceed to see the open air exhibition in around 30 minutes of your free time.
Return to Munich
Price & Options
Minimum walking distance: 3 km / approx. 2 miles on historic grounds.
If less than 10 participants are booked, the activity may not operate.
People 14 years old and above can participate in this activity.
Visitors are asked to respect the dignity of the site by wearing appropriate attire.
Printed VELTRA voucher
In case of rain, tours will be held only in the indoor sites.
Frequently Asked Questions
our tour guide was absolutely amazing. I would recommend visiting Dachau simply because of the power of the experience, but our pa...rticular guide made it even more memorable. The extended tour to visit the SS training range was something that should not be missed and put this tour above all others offered. more
A very moving experience. I am very pleased I went and saw this place. Very dignified trip. Essentially you pay for the coach ther...e and back to Munich. You are left to look around the site on your own, which is free to enter. Which is fine as you are briefed before getting off where to go. more
Sad but very interesting
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