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Housed in the former administrative building of Oskar Schindler factory, Emalia, is a museum that tells the story of Schindler and the Jewish prisoners of Plaszow who were the inspiration for Steven Spielberg's hit movie, "Schindler's List."
All reviews oskar schindler nazi occupation actual factory schindler's factory excellent museum war years informative museum second world war schindler's list worth a visit jewish population two hours couple of hours guided tour visiting krakow the main square old town
First of all ..PRE BOOK your tickets then you can walk in with no fuss at all , Also make sure you have a PRINTED TICKET for the Pharmacy as you won't get in , We didn't DOH
Really enjoyed this visit , didn't have...More
Consider that the documentary takes about 40 minutes, and you have many station to stop if you want to listen to many witnesses. Moreover you can look at many pictures of the time and read the historical information willing in the chronological path. So I...More
Don’t expect to see original factory settings etc. Rather it gives a very good history of what Krakow and the Jews went through during the occupation of Krakow. A little bit about Oskar Schindler but wanted to know more!
It is near heroes square, Eagle...More
We were put off this museum by someone as you have a prescribed route. However, we are really glad we visited. Whilst you are directed through a route, the route is varied, & has lots of important & interesting information. If you read all the...More
More of a history of Poland under the occupation. Very well presented. Takes 2 to 2.5hrs. Avoid 10.00 to 11.00am, full of school tour groups. Packed when we entered at 10.00 after queueing since 9.20am. No que and more pleasant at 12.30am when exiting. Payed...More
We tried to visit the museum on the first day of our trip, unfortunately by 2pm it had sold out so we went back on the last day of our trip and luckily got in, if you are pushed for time make sure you book!...More
I booked my tickets online before I went and the email confirmation clearly stated that I had to pick up my tickets BEFORE going to the museum at the tourist office. I went to the one in the old Jewish Quarter as it was... More
I booked my tickets online before I went and the email confirmation clearly stated that I had to pick up my tickets BEFORE going to the museum at the tourist office. I went to the one in the old Jewish Quarter as it was closest to my hotel and within a 15 minute walk to the museum. If you have any doubt, have the concierge at your hotel call the museum to check. I was glad I did because I was able to go to the front of the line as I had my tickets in my hand. Those that had vouchers took for ever to get inside.