Memoria [EN] Nr 35 (08/2020) - Page 18

We offer 50 guest rooms, including 46 standard rooms, 4 suites. We have single, double, triple and six-bed rooms. A total of 115 beds. Our accommodation offer is enriched by catering; tasty meals prepared on-site taking into account diet, food allergies and respect for religious beliefs.

We provide transportation by minibuses and coaches.

Depending on the needs, it may be a typical overnight stay, or even an extended conference, educational stay, etc.

For several years, we have partnered or organised numerous, cyclical projects. We offer international educational workshops, study tours, meetings and one-day lectures. The Centre has permanent and temporary exhibitions. Conferences, seminars, educational projects are carried out through cooperation with the Auschwitz Museum, Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow as well as many educational institutions and universities in Poland and abroad.

A lot has changed during the pandemic - including the way we travel. Will those who use tents or campers also find a place at the Centre?

The campsite, located in a beautiful garden adjacent to our building, is equipped with full sanitary and electrical facilities. Visitors to the Auschwitz Museum can stop their camper vans and stay overnight in tents. We invite visitors to the campsite from April to November.

The 24-hour reception desk provides assistance and tourist information.

Unfortunately, the pandemic has had a significant impact on the financial situation of the Centre. The implementation of cyclical educational projects, as well as newly planned projects, has been suspended, thus depriving us of the primary source of funding. I make no secret of the fact that we are in a difficult financial situation, and therefore we ask all our friends and people of goodwill to support us both prayerfully and materially.