The Museum operates one of Poland’s most extensive Jewish educational programmes, and trained education and research staff provide a comprehensive, targeted service for visiting school and university groups from Poland and abroad, both Jewish and non-Jewish.

The Museum offers:
  • Museum tours
  • Transportation and other travel services
  • Question and Answer Sessions 
  • Catering
  • Lectures, Seminars and workshops 
  • Cultural events
From Museum tours led by qualified educators, to workshops, lectures, and seminars, all educational services are available independently or in conjunction with other Museum services, including catering and transportation.  Museum staff work with groups throughout the planning and implementation of trips to Poland, to ensure visits are as smooth as possible.

Museum education services provide important context for any visit to Auschwitz.  Preparatory lessons, meetings with Holocaust survivors or recipients of the Righteous Among the Nations award, or dialogue sessions with local Polish students all offer significant, additional dimensions to students’ understanding of the Holocaust.

All services are available in Polish, English, or French.

Workshops and seminars on a range of Jewish and Holocaust-related subjects are available for high school students from a variety of backgrounds. Academic lectures for university-level students and adults, as well as workshops for children, are also available.

New! Specialized educational walking tours of Jewish Kraków are now available:
-    More than Kazimierz: Places of Jewish history in Kraków
-    Jewish artists of Kraków
-    Jewish resistance in the Kraków ghetto
-    Płaszów concentration camp

For more information or to make a booking contact our Visitor Services Manager, Weronika Biłas mail