Palmiry in Kampinos Forest mass execution site memorial and museum

Palmiry is a village located at the edge of the Kampinos Forest (The National Park), approximately 30 km (18 miles) north-west of Warsaw. During World War II, between 1939 and 1943, the village and the surrounding forest was one of the sites of German mass executions of Polish intelligentsia, Jews, politicians and athletes, killed during the AB Action. Most of the victims were first arrested and tortured in the Pawiak prison in Warsaw, then transferred to the execution site. In total, the remains of at least 2,115 men and women were exhumed, but it is probable that not all bodies were found. In 1946, the bodies were exhumed and reburied in a new cemetery, situated approximately 5 kilometres (3 miles) from the village itself. The reburial site has been a Polish national mausoleum since 1948.
related tour in Warsaw: click here to see: WW2 Warsaw tour
ROUTE: The tour starts in Warsaw with car transfer to Palmiry  (30 km = ca 18 miles north-west of Warsaw ). Return to Warsaw. Please note the Museum is open from 10.00 to 17.00 (10.00 to 15.00 from November till March) and is closed on Mondays.
Tour Duration: 3-4 hours (including driving time)
Group size: 1-4 pax
For larger groups extra transportation (mini-van, bus) cost will be added – please contact for details
meeting place and time:  according to your wish
Transportation Method: walking and car tour
COST:  160 Euro per tour
Price includes: guiding service, tax, car transportation for up to 4 pax, parking fees
Additional costs: optional lunch en-route
Please note:  services are priced PER TOUR, not PER PERSON
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