The area of former German Nazi camp KL Plaszow is publicly accessible with no admission tickets required. As a visitor, please show respect for its tragic past. The site is listed as a heritage monument and a war cemetery. It contains Jewish cemeteries and the mass graves of thousands of people killed in the time of the camp’s operation. The former camp area hosts an open-air exhibition illustrating the history of KL Plaszow. The exhibition features archive photographs and excerpts from accounts given by the camp prisoners.
The open-air exhibition is open permanently. No admission tickets are required.