Come Visit

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  • The Jewish Museum and its core exhibit, Oshpitzin: The Story of Jewish Oświęcim
  • The Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot Synagogue, the only surviving Jewish house of prayer in Oświęcim
  • The Kluger Family House with Café Bergson and temporary exhibitions
  • The Great Synagogue Memorial Park
  • Jewish Cemetery in Oświęcim

Individual + group visitors

Online reservation is required for all visitors.

We recommend booking at least 7 days prior to your visit to ensure availability.

Please make sure to learn about our Health and Safety Measures (COVID-19) before visiting.

Guided tours are not taking place until further notice.

We recommend downloading our free app guide Oshpitzin (iPhone/Android) before your visit
(available in English, German, Hebrew and Polish)

Health and Safety Measures (COVID-19)

  • The number of visitors is limited to 30.
  • Hand disinfection is required at the entrance.
    Timeslot for a visit is 60 minutes.
  • All visitors aged 4+ are obliged to wear
    a mask/nose and mouth covering, to maintain
    a distance of at least 2 metres from other people and to avoid forming groups inside the buildings.
  • Guided tours are not taking place until further notice.
  • We reserve the right to deny access to any individual showing symptoms of a potential infection of COVID-19.

Hours

April – September: 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
October – March: 10.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.

We are closed on Saturday and on Jewish holidays.

Online reservation is required for all visitors.

We recommend booking at least 7 days prior to your visit to ensure availability.

Admission

Regular 14 PLN

Reduced 8 PLN
– students (26 and under)

Families 20 PLN
– adults + children

Children 6 and under may enter for free.

Online reservation is required for all visitors.

We recommend booking at least 7 days prior to your visit to ensure availability.

Got smartphone?

Download our free museum guide: Oshpitzin. A Guide to the Jewish History of Oświęcim.

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