Our exhibitions

We invite you to explore our virtual exhibitions dedicated to selected issues pertaining to the rescue of Jews by Poles during World War II. We are proud to announce that our exhibitions have been awarded an Honourable Mention at the Sybilla Museum Even of the Year 2015 organized by the National Institute for Museums and Public Collections.

Righteous Without Borders - Acting for the sake of dignity and human rights

We present twenty eight individuals and organisations whose activities were motivated by the preservation of dignity and human rights.

THE RIGHT ADDRESS - Hiding Jews in occupied Warsaw

Where, in Warsaw, did Jews hide during the War? How many of these places still exist today? Perhaps, without realising, we pass by them everyday.

Polish Artist Rescuing Jews

Poles, who saved Jews during the Holocaust, came from all sorts of places and were driven by differing motivations. Among them were well-known artists – writers, actors and musicians.

TO MY MUMMY AS A KEEPSAKE - Jewish Children Rescued From the Holocaust

The exhibition tells individual stories and the common experiences of all rescued Jewish children - the dramatic separation from their families, a new home, a new identity and a difficult life after the War.

THE HOUSE UNDER A WACKY STAR - Jews in Hiding at the Warsaw Zoo

An asylum, a harbour, an ark - this is how the Warsaw Zoo was described by those who survived World War II there with the help of the Żabiński family.

They Risked their Lives. Poles who Saved Jews During the Holocaust Exhibition

THEY RISKED THEIR LIVES - Poles Who Saved Jews During the Holocaust

This exhibition presents stories of aid extended by Poles to Jews during World War II. It has been prepared by the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in partnership with the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Council for Aid to Jews "Żegota"

This virtual exhibition is dedicated to the Council for Aid to Jews "Żegota", the only state organisation in occupied Europe formed to help Jews during the time of the Holocaust.