very good visit here, reasonable entrance fee, lots of history and information. nice cafe next door and a lovely walk back along the river.
You’ll meet your guide at Oskar Schindler’s Factory Museum in the heart of Krakow. Before you begin your 2-hour tour, you’ll get a brief overview of who Schindler was and why he became the inspiration for Schindler’s List, Steven Spielberg’s iconic film.
Inside the museum, photos, film, and eyewitness accounts convey the devastating effects of the Nazi occupation of Krakow, setting the stage for Schindler’s story. History comes to life as you learn the human tragedies behind major political events. The permanent exhibit has been widely praised for its artistic, interactive design, geared to transport visitors to wartime Krakow and relate its complex history in a manner both personal and deeply memorable.
Uncover the stories that took place within the walls of Schindler’s factory, where employment protected over 1,000 people from deportation to concentration camps. Your guide will answer questions and provide expert commentary to enrich your experience.
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The factory sits a bit remote from the nice parts of the Jewish quarter. If you seen the movie it’s good to see the facade but the museum is basic. You’ll meander through displays, which if you know much of WW2 history, offer little new.
Visited Schindlers factory whilst touring Poland, a very moving and interesting museum, lots of memorabilia to see and a film showing some of the people who worked in the factory, and their account of life in the factory, the tour gets very busy and costs...More
We visited this museum last week. There is a lot to see and you will need a good two hours to take it all in. We really enjoyed it but have the following comments and suggestions to make, should a manager read the reviews. Firstly...More