Do you think that you know the history of extermination that took place at The Auschwitz-Birkenau Camp? Book now and find out.
- Normal Ticket 26+ years old
- Student Ticket Ages 13-25 with valid student ID
- Child Ticket 5-12 y.o.
- Infant Up to 4 y.o.
Visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum
A trip to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum is a specific encounter with the history of Nazi cruelty and the fate of the Holocaust victims, which is the saddest in the history of humanity. See a permanent exhibition, original camp buildings in the main part of the complex (Auschwitz), and the most important sites in Brzezinka (Birkenau).
Konzentrationslager (KL) Auschwitz was established as a result of Nazi policy conducted in the territory of occupied Poland in order to destroy the Polish state by means of mass deportations and systematic extermination. The KL Auschwitz camp was the largest Nazi concentration camp and extermination center, so we ask that you maintain due respect to the memory of the victims.
During the tour, the group is accompanied by an experienced museum guide who tells you step by step about the sad fate of the camp victims. The entire sightseeing tour, including travel, lasts around 7-8 hours — the visit to the first part of the museum takes 2 hours, and the visit to Birkenau takes around 1 hour.
Please remember that the program of the trip does not include any lunch break. Because the camp is situated on an extensive open space, please remember to take clothes that give you adequate protection against the prevailing weather conditions.
- Entry Pass is valid with an identity card. Remember to take documents with your name and surname.
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