Created in July 1947, the State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau is a special place. For the world this is a symbol of genocide, terror and extermination. The museum is visited by numerous trips, and individual persons. The area of the camp is all open to visitors. In the former camp blocks there are national exhibitions depicting the fate of prisoners from different countries. Tours to Auschwitz are not easy, overflowing a particular symbolism, and certainly are a special history lesson. With this in mind visiting the camp is recommended to people over the age of fourteen. Due consideration to exposure takes about three hours. Admission to the museum is free, and organized groups of visitors are required to engage a licensed guide. The tour is a documentary film made in the first days after liberation in January 1945. Organize trips to Auschwitz are in serves of many Malopolska province travel agencies. Some of them offer a tour in one day to Salt Mine “Wieliczka” and the Museum of Auschwitz-Birkenau. This concept, although combined with the unmistakable effort to tourists, is certainly commendable.