So many museums are overwhelming and you don't get to see everything -- not so with this museum. There were two exhibits -- the permanent and a temporary one looking at the relationship between Krakow and Isreal/Zionism. Both exhibits are photographs only with brief descriptions. I enjoyed the permanent collection more as it dealt with a period of time and a region and the losses it experienced during WWII.
Price of entry was about 15 local currency ($5 Canadian).
From the museum, we walked to the nearby synagogues.
The gift shop has a very comprehensive collection of books on the Holocaust.
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