Gross-Rosen Concentration Camp & Projekt Reise in Osowka Tour

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  • Day Tour
  • Max People: 7We can accommodate groups larger than 7 with advanced notice. Contact us for details.
  • Wroclaw

Dive into Wroclaw’s World War II History: From Gross-Rosen to Projekt Riese

While visiting Wroclaw, seize the opportunity to join us for an enlightening tour of two sites that hold critical significance to World War II in Poland. This tour takes you on a journey through history, uncovering the dark past and the resilience of the human spirit.

We begin our journey with a visit to the German Concentration and Labour Camp Gross-Rosen, which served as a sub-camp of the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. Here, you will witness the remnants of the camp and learn about the harrowing experiences of the prisoners subjected to forced labor and inhumane conditions. Our knowledgeable guides will share stories that bring to life the struggles and perseverance of those who were imprisoned here.

Uncover the Mystery of Projekt Riese and the Nazi Tunnels in Osowka

Following Gross-Rosen, we travel to Osowka to explore the enigmatic Nazi megastructure known as Projekt Riese. This extensive tunnel system, carved into the Owl Mountains, is shrouded in mystery. With a labyrinth of underground passages and chambers, historians continue to debate the true purpose of this complex. Was it intended to be a secret headquarters, a weapons facility, or something else?

As part of the tour, you will also learn about the intriguing legends surrounding Projekt Riese, including the rumors of buried Nazi gold. Engage with the mysteries and theories as you navigate the tunnels and imagine the vast operations that might have taken place within these walls.

Join us as we uncover the multifaceted history of World War II in Poland, from the somber grounds of Gross-Rosen to the enigmatic tunnels of Projekt Riese.

(If you would like to take an extended guided tour of Poland’s wartime sites, please explore our Multi-Day Historical Tours in Poland.)



The Museum caters to those with mobility & visual impairment. Please follow the link below for details. If you have a mobility impairment and would like to visit the Gross-Rosen Museum, please advise us in advance so that we can make appropriate arrangements for you.

Museum With No Barriers

Children aged 13 and under are not permitted to visit Gross-Rosen.

Projekt Riese:

The Projekt Riese in Osowka complex is difficult to access on foot and via wheelchair and therefore not suitable for those with significant mobility impairment.

Special Notes

Please note that Projekt Riese at Osowka is a tunnel system built into the rock of the Owl Mountains. If you have difficulties with confined and small spaces, a visit to Projekt Riese might not be suitable for you. The Projekt Riese Complex requires that you wear a protective helmet (provided) at all times whilst within the tunnel system.

There is a significant amount of walking included in this tour on unsteady ground. Please consider bringing good walking shoes, sun-protective clothing, hat, and sunscreen in summer, warm clothing in winter. Ensure you bring along any snacks and water you will need for the journey.

Gross-Rosen Museum – only available for ages 14 and older.

Price Per Tour

The price of the tour is €420.00 (incl of VAT) + €12.00 per person for entry to both Museums.

This price is for a group up to 7 people. For groups of 8 or more, please contact us. 

Price Includes

  • Pick-up from your Wroclaw hotel or agreed meeting point.
  • Escorted by local, licenced where required, and highly experienced English & Polish speaking guide.
  • Transport to Gross-Rosen Concentration Camp & Projekt Riese in Osowka.
  • Drop-off at your Wroclaw hotel or agreed point.

Price Excludes

  • Hire of self-guiding devices.
  • Costs involved with travel to & from Gdansk from elsewhere in Poland.
  • Costs involved with travel to & from Poland.
  • Entry to Gross-Rosen Concentration Camp & Projekt Riese in Osowka.
  • Accommodation.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Lunch and dinner throughout tour.
  • Activities outside of the quoted itinerary.
  • Gratuities (e.g., for guides, hospitality) at the discretion of guests.
  • Other personal expenses.
Gross-Rosen and Project Riese Tour Itinerary


Depart Wroclaw for Gross-Rosen


Gross-Rosen Tour


Travel Gross-Rosen to Projekt Riese


Lunch Break


Projekt Riese in Osowka Tour


Return to Wroclaw

The Route