Gdańsk

Stutthof Death Camp Museum

  ul. Muzealna 6, Sztutowo ,   No District          (+48) 798 41 80 24     27 May 2020
Stutthof Museum is a recommended visit for anyone who wishes to learn more about the 20th-century history of Gdańsk, WWII and the effects this had on the local population. It is an easy day trip from Gdańsk, being less than an hour drive from the city and with buses going regularly to the site. While the crowds of visitors to the most infamous of death camps at Auschwitz are hit by the overwhelming scale of the murder and cruelty carried out by the Nazis, the peaceful, tidily kept camp of Stutthof set among the trees and just a couple of kilometres from the beach, has a different atmosphere but an equally lasting effect. Covering around 20% of the former camp area, Stutthof Museum has undergone a significant program of modernisation. NOTE: It is advised that children under 13 should not visit.

For some background, read our feature: A Brief History of Stutthof. Those considering a visit to this important site should read our feature: Visiting Stutthof Death Camp from Gdańsk.
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Open 08:00-18:00.
1 Oct 2020 - 1 Apr 2021 Open 08:00-15:00.

Price/Additional Info

Admission free (contributions welcomed). Film exhibit 5zł. Guided tours 180zł. Parking 7zł.

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23.03.2019
Ralf
Germany, Württemberg
Viele vergessen, was dort passierte. Erhaltet die Erinnerungen! Vergeßt aber auch nicht die Greueltaten der Russen und Polen, die viele dieser Lager weiterbenutzten und Deutsche dort mißhandelten und umbrachten. Vergeßt auch nicht, daß dieses Land, auch mein deutsches Vaterland ist, wenn auch von Polen verwaltet. Nie wieder Krieg! Many forget what happened there. Get the Memories! But also do not Forget the Atrocities of the Russians and Poles, who continued to use many of these Camps and mistreated and killed Germans there. Also Do not Forget that this Country, also my German Fatherland, is also managed by Poland. Never again war!
26.03.2018
Alison
England
Hi we are coming to Gdansk on Friday and are looking at visiting stutthof please can you advise us on whether or not we have to book guided tour in advance please and which bus to get. Thankyou
22.02.2017
Editor_Poland
Gdansk
If I understand correctly, you are travelling on Saturday March 11. The most convenient bus departs Gdansk Main Bus Station at 10:15 and arrives at the museum at 11:23.Tickets cost 9.50zl for adults and 5.99zl for children.Here is a link (http://gryf.trasownik.net/rozklad-870_20161211-1-1.html) to the bus schedule showing departure times from Gdansk (you need the ''''Soboty - poza okresem wakacji letnich'''' as these are for Saturdays outside of holiday times) and the link to the bus times from the museum are found here (http://gryf.trasownik.net/rozklad-870_20161211-21-2.html).
22.02.2017
Mikael
Uhr
Gdansk- Going to the Stutthof 170,311 3 adults, 1 child 14 years, what does it cost, times the bus go?
21.02.2011
Geoffrey Piesik

For as long as I shall live and breathe Gods given air and beauty , every breathe I take shall be in forever thought of these soul that were taken away from this precious life on earth.My father was a prisoner in this camp. Polish Air Force Paratrooper and managed to escape alongside four other Airmen. This was due to the high rate of drunkenness amongst the German guards on the gate. I have much more to tell you on this subject. A superb site .God bless you all.
15.02.2010
Liam O Conlocha

Speechless! How far the madness of one man can stretch!
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