Dachau Concentration Camp, Munich

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Dachau Concentration Camp, Munich - Address, Phone Number

Address: Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site (KZ Gedenkstaette), Alte Romerstraße 75, 85221 Dachau

Phone: +49-8131669970

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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The Dachau Concentration Camp, 10 miles northwest of Munich, was one of the first death camps in Nazi Germany and might have served as a model for all resulting camps in the Third Reich. 

Dachau guests are taken through the authentic "path of the prisoner", strolling the same way detainees were constrained to after their landing in the camp. You will see the definitive detainee showers, dormitory, patios, and the crematorium, and a far reaching display and different dedications and memorabilia of the age.

Dachau Concentration Camp Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.
  • If you travel to the memorial by car, please note that parking fees are €3,00 per car and €5,00 for busses.

Dachau Concentration Camp Opening and Closing Hours

  • The memorial site is closed on December 24th.

How To reach Dachau Concentration Camp by Public Transport

  • Dachau Station, bus no. 726 to memorial entrance.

Restaurants Near Dachau Concentration Camp

  • Asia Kitchen
  • McDonalds


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  • An important memorial that everyone should visit. The displays are informative, thoughtfully worded, and well-kept. The various religious chapels/monuments coexist here beautifully. An honour to the dead, a reminder to the living. Please visit and pay your respects. Self-guided audio tours are available, but get there before 3pm to make sure you have enough time for it all.

  • Very important to visit, to remember this part of man kind history and to honor the victims. The exhibitions are very informative. The site is quite big and requires a bit of walking to experience thoroughly. There are few powerful monuments along the way. Entrance is free.

  • One of the saddest most poignant places I have ever visited. Our tour guide, Steve from radius tours was so knowledgeable. It’s definitely a place everyone should visit

  • Unforgettable experience visiting the camp. After reading books and watching films this makes it all even more real. Place has a great museum and lots of written info with fotos on many topics and day to day life in the camp. Also has death/gas chambers open for visiting.

  • The information was beyound what was expected. We spent 5 hours here and easily could have spent another 1 or 2. We used the audio tour hand held devices as a guide and it was 3-4 euros and was very informative. You have access to everything at the camp and entrance is free. A good portion is outside so make sure you go when weather is good !

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