A several-hour trip from Lublin to the Sobibor Museum where you will learn about the tragic history of the place.
In October 2020, the permanent exhibition “SS-Sonderkommando Sobibor. German Death Camp 1942–1943” was opened. The expostion consists of 16 thematic panels and strives to present the history of the death camp in Sobibór, taking into account the fate of individual victims in the broad context of the operation of the Nazi apparatus for the extermination of Jews in Poland and Europe. Iconographic materials comprise almost a hundred photographs and documents. The central part of the exhibition space is a 25-metre showcase with 700 objects discovered during archaeological excavations that have been going on since 2000. They mainly include personal items belonging to the victims, such as: jewellery, keys, glasses, fragments of clothes, stationery. Most of them remain anonymous. In terms of the means used, the permanent exhibition is characterised by diversity, as both analogue and multimedia forms can be found there. They are intended to encourage the viewer to explore, contemplate and interpret the historical place.
Time about 6-7 hours. Total price per RUN: 1-4 persons – 700 PLN, 5-8 persons – 1400 PLN.