Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot Synagogue

is the only surviving Jewish house of prayer in Oswiecim. It was built circa 1913 and functioned until the Nazi occupation.

Jewish Museum

Visitors to the Center have the opportunity to connect with Oświęcim’s pre-war Jewish life through the exhibition Oshpitzin, which tells this powerful story through photographs, artifacts and survivor testimony.

Education Center

A wide range of programs, including workshops, lectures, seminars, meetings, tours, and cultural events, are available for visitors.

A Town Called Brzostek

In documentary A Town Called Brzostek, Simon Target presents the story of Professor Jonathan Webber, who returns to the place of the burial of his grandfather. Upon his arrival in this little town in Subcarpathia, […]

Concert: Shalosh

Acoustic/Progressive/Raw Jazz Apr 18, 2015 (Saturday), 8:00 PM

Combating hate crimes through police training

Understanding Evil is a set of three-day intensive seminars for Polish law enforcement and police trainers designed in partnership with the Commander in Chief of the Polish police.

Understanding Evil seminars use the power of place […]