Learn about Nazi occupied Krakow with an English-speaking guide
Get to know in detail the story of Oskar Schindler
Visit the most popular Museum in Krakow
Take a guided tour of the historical museum located in the former enamel factory of Oscar Schindler, as made famous in Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List.” Experience the museum’s moving permanent collection. Learn about everyday life in Krakow during the Nazi occupation from 1939 to 1945. The exhibition is a story about both the Poles and Jews, as well as the Nazi occupiers who violently disrupted Krakow’s centuries-long history of Polish-Jewish relations.
Enter Schindler’s office, which has been preserved within the factory's administrative building. See the “Survivor’s Ark” made of thousands of enamel pots, similar to those produced in the factory. Witness documentary photographs, eyewitness accounts, film documentaries, and multimedia presentations, which bring the city’s history to life.
Wander through a theatrical recreation of Krakow’s historical city space. Board a tram and watch a documentary portraying the everyday life of the city. Visit a typical Jewish apartment. See artifacts from the Plaszow camp. Walk through the “Hall of Choices,” a sculptural installation symbolizing the ethical dilemmas that people encountered during the war.
The guided tour lasts 1.5 hours.
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