Dachau Memorial Site Tour from Munich

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The Dachau Concentration Camp was the first permanent camp built by the Nazi Party. It was opened on March 22, 1933, two months after Hitler’s rise to power, and liberated on April 29, 1945. This tour gives you the chance to delve deep into the complexities of the Nazi concentration camp system.

Duration: 6 hours
    Available in
  • English
We have Adam Martin as our guide and it feels like history have come alive. Adam gave us so much insight of the area and information on the history of Dachau, we learned so much. Alot of walking but as expected as the area to cover is big. Definitely worth it!
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Highlights

  • Take a chilling step back in history at the infamous Dachau bunker and the Barrack X crematorium
  • See the International Memorial dedicated to the millions of Jews who died in Nazi concentration camps
  • Walk through the Jourhaus entrance building and across Appellplatz, a square where daily roll calls were held
  • Visit the SS training facility which served as training grounds for staff from other camps
  • Learn about the three phases of the camp’s history

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Description

Dachau was the only concentration camp to exist for the full 12 years of Hitler’s dictatorship, & is one of the most well-preserved former camps left in Europe today. Our highly experienced guides tell you about all aspects of camp life & death for the thousands of prisoners that passed through the gates between 1933 & 1945.

Visiting a former Nazi camp is one of the most important things you can do when travelling in Europe.

The Dachau Memorial has no specific information designed for children & our tour is catered specifically for adults. We no longer accept children aged 13 or below on our Dachau Tours, but children from 14 are welcome on the basis that the parents attend the tour with the child & that they understand graphic nature of the tour content.

Meet your guides on Marienplatz, Munich. They’ll be holding a white and blue umbrella & holding large signs that say ‘Dachau Tour’. Look for the small kiosk close to the shop Wormland and the intersecting roads of Kaufingerstrasse & Rosenstrasse. ***November 27 until December 24 the tour meets at the department store Ludwig Beck (Marienplatz 11). ***

We suggest arriving at 10:30am ready for our 10:40 start!

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What’s included & not included

  • Transportation
  • Professional Memorial-qualified guide
  • Drinks
  • Food

Meeting point

Marienplatz in front of a small kiosk by the shop "Wormland". The guides will have a White and Blue umbrella and signs advertising the tour. *November 27 until December 24 The tour meets at the department store "Ludwig Beck"( Marienplatz 11)* (Marienplatz: the guides will have a white and blue)

Reviews from travellers (55)

4.9/5

Awesome guide
We have Adam Martin as our guide and it feels like history have come alive. Adam gave us so much insight of the area and information on the history of Dachau, we learned so much. Alot of walking but as expected as the area to cover is big. Definitely worth it!
Thorough and Informative tour with a great guide
Marcin is very knowledgeable, and he explained all of the history in a way that was accessible to all levels of historical knowledge. I considered just going to the memorial site without a tour guide, and that would have been a mistake.
The tour made a huge difference.
I cannot stress enough how important it is to book with this company. There is just so much to miss without a guide’s knowledge. It was a very interesting experience.
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Tour operated by: InMunich Tours