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 visitors

You can tour the Jewish Museum and Synagogue independently.

We recommend downloading our free app guide Oshpitzin (iPhone/Android) before your visit.

School and Tour Groups

Reservations are required for all youth and adult groups via contact form.

Please note that our maximum building capacity is 35 people.

Larger groups are requested to split up accordingly.


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.

Other times by reservation only via contact form.

Please note!

The Jewish Museum and Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot will be closed to the public until further notice due to the outbreak of COVID-19 virus and in consideration of safety of our staff and visitors.
Currently we will not be taking any new bookings.


Regular 10 PLN

Reduced 6 PLN
– students (26 and under)

Families 15 PLN
– adults + children

Children 6 and under may enter for free.

Admission fees include: synagogue, museum and the cemetery.

Admission to the synagogue for prayer is free.

Tours of the Jewish Museum and Synagogue*
– included in the admission fee

Tours of the town & Great Synagogue Memorial Park*
– Regular 15 PLN
– Reduced 10 PLN

– Regular 15 PLN
– Reduced 10 PLN

Admission outside of opening hours
– Regular 15 PLN
– Reduced 10 PLN

*All tours and workshops must be booked ahead
via contact form.

Got smartphone?

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

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