Guided tours options
Guided tours options. Prices.
We offer visitors several options for guided tours. Each includes tours of Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau.
• General tours (3,5 h)
• One-day study tours (6 h)
• Two-day study tours (2x4 h)
• Guided tours for individual visitors (3,5 h)
Because of a large number of visitors guides should be reserved at least one month before a planned visit.
Guide services may be reserved:
• on the visit.auschwitz.org (upto 5 days before the visit)
• by (2-5 days before the visit)
Visiting with a guide: price list
Attention! Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
Visitors arriving in groups are required to engage a guide. This ensures efficient movement around the entire Museum grounds and full information about the museum, the buildings and their history, and the exhibitions. A fee is charged for guide services. Only guides licensed by the Museum are authorized to serve visitors. Guides are available to serve visitors in Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish, and Swedish.
• General tours for groups and individuals (around three-and-a-half hours):
Tour of the permanent exhibitions and buildings at the Auschwitz I-Main Camp and the most important original camp buildings in Auschwitz II-Birkenau: prisoner barracks, the unloading platform (ramp), and the ruins of gas chamber and crematoria II or III.
• One-day study tours (around six hours):
Specialist tour of the Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau camps, enhanced with selected national exhibitions, the so-called Central Sauna, and the ruins of gas chambers and crematoria IV and V.
• One-or-Two-day study tours (approximately 8 hours):
The first day comprises a tour of the main exhibition and selected national exhibitions and buildings at the site of the Auschwitz I-Main Camp; the second day is a tour of the entire Auschwitz II-Birkenau site, together with the ruins of gas chambers and crematoria II-V, the barracks where prisoners lived, their sanitary facilities, and the so-called Central Sauna.
It is possible at set times for individual visitors to assemble into a group and engage a guide (in Polish, English, German, Franch, Italian and Spanish).