Auschwitz-Birkenau: English Guided Tour Entrance Ticket

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Guided Tour Itinerary

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Tour of Museum Grounds Auschwitz I
Enter the museum with an official tour guide, who will share the heartbreaking story in the English language. Auschwitz I was a concentration camp, used by the Nazis to punish and exterminate political and other opponents of their regime.
Auschwitz II Birkenau Memorial Tour
Continuation of your tour in Birkenau camp. It's the place where the greatest murder the world has ever seen took place. Over a million people died here of nazi crimes.

Tour Details

Our tours offer more than history—they offer understanding. Discover the untold stories of World War II, the Holocaust, and the chilling reality of Nazi Concentration camps before 1945.

Join us on a journey like no other, guided by local experts who show the secrets of this haunting past. Explore authentic sites including crematories, gas chambers, and barracks, witnessing firsthand the echoes of history.

Led by knowledgeable guides, traverse Auschwitz I and II-Birkenau camps, where each step discover stories of courage and tragedy. Touch artifacts of survival, from personal belongings to touching photographs.

Every year millions of tourists come to Poland to visit the Auschwitz state museum. Walk through the iconic gate adorned with the haunting inscription: “Arbeit Macht Frei” (Work sets you free), a touching reminder of the unhealed scars left by history.

You will experience

Memorable Unesco World Heritage Site, a symbol of the holocaust

  • Knowledgable group tour of Auschwitz with the local tour guide in a group of up to 30 people
  • Original wooden buildings are available for visitors, including documents, gas chambers, crematoriums, pictures, personal belongings, and more interesting exhibitions.
  • Lots of walking with only a short break (10 minutes), as this tour is very intense

About Auschwitz-Birkenau

The Auschwitz-Birkenau Camp became the grim destination for prisoners from across Europe, mainly Jews, during World War II.

Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum was established in 1947 after WWII after Red Army liberated the camp in Oswiecim. Numbers are shocking over 1 million people died in nazi german concentration camp in occupied Poland; 960 00 Jews where among them (438 000 were Hungarian nationality, 300 000 were Poles, 70 000 from France […])

This site stands as a chilling symbol of the consequences of extreme nationalism. Prisoners lived in horrible conditions with 700 kcal per day, forced to work over their strength. You will witness real places and barracks where they lived and the remains of the railway ramp.

Auschwitz has earned its place on the UNESCO World Heritage List, alongside the Wieliczka Salt Mine.

Explore the Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour for more details.

Museum Regulations

  • Please, wear comfortable shoes - the Tour requires a lot of walking. Also, take an umbrella or a raincoat with you in order to be prepared in case of rain (the majority of the tour will take place outside)
  • Please bear in mind that there are hundreds of tourists visiting the Museum every day and keeping your own pace of sightseeing is not possible.
  • You will be asked to leave your bigger belongings in a car (don’t worry, they will be locked and supervised by our driver). The allowed dimensions of a bag you can take with you are 30x20x10 (A4 size)
  • You will get a headset to hear the guide clearly throughout the whole Auschwitz tour
  • Eating and smoking, as well as acting in a loud manner are forbidden at the site
  • Taking photos in the buildings with the use of flash is forbidden. You are allowed to take photos only in selected parts of the Museum
  • Participants are required to provide an ID card, as this will be checked before the entrance. The name provided on the booking should be exactly the name on the ID provided.