Join us for a powerful tour of one of the most infamous locations of WWII.
The “Auschwitz Virtual Tour Project,” is a special program that takes us on a unique learning experience about the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp, reputably the worst of all the WWII concentration camps. Using historical footage, Holocaust-survivor testimonies, panoramic pictures, and modern animation combined with virtual reality tools, the “Auschwitz Virtual Tour Project” teaches about the horrors that happened in this infamous concentration camp. This is the closest and most realistic opportunity, other than visiting in person, to learn about the true tragedy of Auschwitz.
The virtual tour is live, led by an expert tour guide in Poland who can answer questions and interact with participants. Be prepared to experience a faithful representation of an in-person visit to the Auschwitz memorial site.
What to Expect:
Get a thorough understanding of what women, men, and children endured while at Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp. In this live tour, our tour guide transports us to the Auschwitz memorial site through the use of modern day media. This is suitable for anyone in our Forum audience – an excellent opportunity for families to watch together, as well as for teens to get a very real glimpse of history. Registration fee is based on a set price that the Forum has paid in advance.
ZOOM TOUR (no recording) | 1 session | Tuesday | February 20 | 5:30 – 7:30 pm | $40