On August 17 and 18, the State Museum at Majdanek organizes another edition of “Weekend with history”
On July 22, 2019, the State Museum at Majdanek celebrated the 75th anniversary of the liquidation of Konzentrationslager Lublin – a German concentration camp.
We have the honour of inviting you to the State Museum at Majdanek on July 22, 2019 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liquidation of KL Lublin – the German concentration camp at Majdanek
On 20-22 July 2019, the State Museum at Majdanek organizes the Reunion of families of the former Majdanek prisoners – "Generations". The relatives of the people imprisoned in German Nazi concentration camp at Majdanek from all over Poland will take part in it. On the last day of the Reunion there is a ceremony dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the liquidation of KL Lublin.
On July 2, 2019 we will launch individual guided tours without a reservation.
On May 30 the State Museum at Majdanek hosted prison officers from the branch of Prison Officers Association at the Custody Suite in Lublin. They learned the history of KL Lublin and its inmates by visiting the former German Nazi concentration camp in Lublin and the historical exhibitions.
On May 21, the Museum hosted applicants, judges, and prosecuting attorneys from Italy, Greece, the Netherlands, Romania and Germany. Their visit was organised by the European Judical Training Network AIACOS in cooperation with the National Schools of Judiciary and Public Prosecution in Cracow and Lublin.
The methods of conservation of historic artifacts, rare documents and stories from the comic book “Chleb wolnościowy” (The Bread of Freedom) — all of this you could learn about on Saturday during open day in the State Museum at Majdanek.
Today, a public presentation of the winners of the design competition of the permanent exhibition at the Museum and Memorial Site in Sobibór. German Nazi death camp (1942–1943). Branch of the State Museum at Majdanek took place.
On the 14th of May 2019 auditory room of the Visitor Service Centre hosted the launch of the book “Ocaleni z Zagłady” by the mitred prelate Grzegorz Pawłowski. The meeting was organized by the Gaudium publishing house in cooperation with the Museum at Majdanek.
It is with great pleasure for us to inform that a book by the State Museum at Majdanek has received, for the third time in a row, the Paweł Konrad’s Laurel award in the contest "The Book of the Year" organized by the Hieronim Łopaciński Voivodship Library in Lublin. This time the jury of the contest whose aim is to reward beautiful and valuable books devoted to the Lublin region chose the album "Recovered from the Ashes. Personal Belongings of th
On the 11th of May there was an official premiere of the latest publication of the State Museum at Majdanek - the comic book based on the stories of the former German Nazi concentration camp inmates.
Celebrating its 75th anniversary, the State Museum at Majdanek published a comic book based on accounts by the former prisoners of the German Nazi concentration camp. It was created by Paweł Piechnik, the artist who presented a collection of graphic stories about the fate of eleven prisoners of Konzentrationslager Lublin in the comic book "Chleb wolnościowy."
The State Museum at Majdanek and the Provincial Police Headquarters in Lublin established long-term cooperation which resulted in another seminar at the memorial site.
On April 12, for the 20th time, the Way of the Cross took place on the grounds of the former German concentration camp at Majdanek.
On April 9, we organized an academic conference entitled ‘Lenses over the camps’ - the first academic event concerning photographs taken during reconnaissance flights over concentration and death camps and other extermination sites.
On 1-3 April, the State Museum at Majdanek was visited by two apprentices from Daimler AG from Germany.
On Saturday, March 30, as part of the meeting titled ‘We have become numbers – outfit, marking and living conditions of Majdanek prisoners’ a large group of participants gathered around objects that are not always available to the museum audience.
The intercultural exchange and learning about the difficult history of World War II was the goal of Polish and German youth while visiting the State Museum at Majdanek.
Modern, simple in form, and at the same time ambiguous. This is what the new logo of the State Museum at Majdanek looks like.
On March 26, Tomasz Kranz, director of the State Museum at Majdanek, and Andrzej Stankowsk, director of the Warsaw Ghetto Museum, signed a cooperation agreement. The cooperation will include scientific and educational activities, and incorporate the research and dissemination of knowledge about the Holocaust and the fate of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto and surrounding cities murdered in the Nazi German camps at Majdanek and in Bełżec and Sobibór.
On March 30, we are pleased to invite you to the first meeting from the series “Silent witnesses of history”. This will be an opportunity to look from a closer perspective at the items related to the functioning of the Nazi concentration camp at Majdanek, which are mostly kept in the Museum’s warehouses. We will tell the stories of selected museum exhibits, and also present the fate of the people to whom they belonged.
On March 14, 2019, a meeting called “What obstacle is barbed wire? What other obstacles?” was held at the Visitor Service Center at the State Museum at Majdanek. The audience was presented with stories of prisoners, who met and fell in love at times and in a place that did not encourage love.
The State Museum at Majdanek has the pleasure of inviting you to take part in an academic conference entitled ‘Lenses over the camps’ on April 9th. During the conference we will hear a dozen or so speakers who will discuss an extremely important aspect of warfare, such as aerial photography.