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We suggest you to start this tour at Kazimierz – the former Jewish district – to understand the Jews, their religion, customs and culture and their role in Europe. A visit to Kazimierz presents a unique opportunity to see how the Jewish community...more
When you visit this factory you need to take the guided tour. This is because it is extremely crowded and the signs and labels are poor. Our group was small and our guide was a passionate young lady, that explained everything to us on great...More
We visited the museum before going to Auschwitz, and I am so glad that I did it in that order, I learned so much and it made me prepared for what I was going to see. Everybody at some time in their life should go...More
We were very disappointed unfortunately. On 2 seperate days we tried to walk there early in the morning but on both occasions they were booked up until late in the day (4.30pm). We did decide to play the 7 zlotys to go in the temporary...More
You really get the feel that your on a film set when in fact the truth is the film was made using the actual factory, when you arrive you know exactly where you are, the gates glare at you and you can imagine what it...More
We visited Schindlers factory and museum whilst in Karkow it was a fascinating place to visit the things inside was so good like the Schindlers type writer all the pots and pans the Jews made so he could help more people being took to the...More
Auschwitz was chilling and heartbreaking. Still can't get my head around how that was allowed to happen. It is a heavy experience but a must do. Schindler's Enamel factory also provided an excellent account of the build up to the war, Poland's fate during and...More
Had a great time in Krakow also really enjoyed the tour of shindlers museum.was very sad but also very interesting seing and hearing such awful things that happened highly recommend works out about £6 in english money
If your going here it's best to book a tour guide, they offer more information, but if you like to do solo learning at you own leisure , it's a place for all, really amazing how it's presented, we truly enjoyed, discovering history.
When arriving at the museum me and my friend presumed that it was about Schindler himself but found out that it was not. We were pleasantly surprised and thoroughly enjoyed our time here. One of the best museums that I have ever been too. Would...More
You need an entry pass, it's free and you can get them online or get one at visitor center. They only allow so many in each hour.You can only enter before 10:00 am or after 3:00 pm without a tour guide (they call an... More
You need an entry pass, it's free and you can get them online or get one at visitor center. They only allow so many in each hour.You can only enter before 10:00 am or after 3:00 pm without a tour guide (they call an educator).