Tickets and reservations for groups
Number of persons in a group:
- Maximum number of persons in a group on a guided tour is 25.
- Bigger groups must be divided into smaller ones with the maximum of 25. Subgroups will enter the exhibition 30 minutes apart, each with its own guide.
- Guided tours of the Museum are available in Polish or English.
Tour guides are available in languages such as, but not limited to: German, French, Hebrew, Russian, Hungarian, Italian, and Dutch. These tours are dependent on the accessibility of tour guides. In order to determine the availability of the guide, please contact us via the phone number: 22 471 03 01 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The reservation department is open from Monday to Friday. 9: 00-17: 00.
- Only guides with valid museum’s certificate are entitled to guide groups at the Museum (the Core Exhibition, temporary exhibitions and any other exhibit.)
Themed tours of the core exhibition:
Themed tours are a great way to find out more about the Core Exhibition in the light of an individual topic. If you are interested in themed tours of the exhibition led by our guide, pick one of the following subjects:
Discover the History of Polish Jews (2 h)
The whole Core Exhibition: in 8 galleries is presented a thousand-year history of Polish Jews from the Middle Ages to the modern times.
The Story of Polish Jews in the 20th century (1,5 h)
The last 3 galleries of the Core Exhibition that are devoted to the interwar period, World War II, Holocaust and postwar period
The Shoah and its commemoration
This in-depth visit to the Holocaust and Postwar galleries explores the history of the Holocaust and how it has been commemorated. In the Holocaust gallery, we focus on documentary evidence from the ghettos in Warsaw, Łódź, and Kovno, resistance, Polish-Jewish relations, and conflicting historical interpretations. In the Postwar gallery, we focus on responses to the genocide, including war crime trials, commemorations in Poland and abroad, and public debates dealing with anti-Jewish violence during and after the Holocaust.
Discover the Jewish holidays, from the new year in the autumn to Passover in the spring. We begin in the main hall and travel through the first six galleries, from 965 to 1939. Explore Jewish customs, foods, games, objects and memories connected with the Sabbath, Hanukkah, Sukkot, Purim, and other holidays. Standing under the painted ceiling of the wooden synagogue, we can see the zodiac signs and discuss the Jewish calendar. Discover the story behind the names of the holidays – Feast of Tabernacles, Simchat Torah, and Yom Kippur – connections between Passover and Easter. Learn how to build a booth for Sukkot and play a game of nuts for Passover. Suitable for kids and families with children.
Explore the Jewish life cycle, from birth to death, from the medieval period to the present. Highlights include Jewish weddings, their transformations during the 19th century and an extraordinary Hasidic wedding in 1931. Hear early recordings of Jewish wedding music. Discover customs and objects associated with childbirth, including amulets and naming traditions, as well as the bar mitzvah, when boys reach the age of 13, and practices and objects connected with death, including a rare 18th-century funeral alms box.
Guided tours of the core exhibition take place at the exact hours every 30 minutes since 10:30. NOTICE: first entrance is at 10:15
- 10:00 - the first entrance to the core exhibition
- 16:00 - last entrance to the core exhibition on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
- 18:00 - last entrance to the core exhibition on Saturday
Group ticket prices (for minimum 10 persons):
- The Core Exhibition: normal ticket 15 PLN per person / reduced ticket 10 PLN per person
- Temporary exhibition: normal ticket 8 PLN per person / reduced ticket 5 PLN per person
- The Core Exhibition + Temporary exhibition: normal ticket 20 PLN per person / reduced ticket 15 PLN per person
A guide (for a group: maximum 25 persons):
- Polish speaking guide: 200 PLN
- Other language: 300 PLN
- Schools - Polish speaking guide: 120 PLN
- Audioguide (available in Polish, English, Hebrew, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Yiddish, Polish Sign Language, audiodescription in Polish.): 10 PLN
- Please make reservations no less than 14 days prior to the date of planned visit, depending on the availability of museum guides.
- Payment must be made within 48 hours.
- Tickets for guided tours may be purchased by online booking system on www.bilety.polin.pl . Group reservations are available also by email on email@example.com or by phone: 22 471 03 01 from Monday to Friday 9AM - 5PM.
- Rules and regulations: click here
- List of certified guides
- You are kindly requested to arrive in the Museum 15 minutes earlier.
- We kindly ask drivers to park around the Museum no longer than 15 minutes.
- The nearest bus parking lot is next to Powązkowska street, in precincts of the Military Cemetery.