The concentration camp in Sachsenhausen was one of the most important in Nazi Germany. It is a must-see if you travel to Berlin. Know your history and how to visit it.
Located just north of Berlin, the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp was once one of the Nazi regime's harshest prison camps. Today, Sachsenhausen is a memorial to those who lost their lives there, as well as a museum with a library, archive, and open-air exhibits to educate visitors.
Inside Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, a collection of exhibits allows you to explore sites such as the barracks, prison and kitchens, as well as the commandant's offices. While entry to Sachsenhausen is free, a paid guided tour provides additional insight into the history of Nazi Germany.
Most tours of the solemn memorial site leave from Berlin, including private and small-group excursions that offer a personalized experience.
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