A chance to stand at the gates of the factory that I have only seen in the movie Schindler's List. It will make you think of what the workers went through and how one man could make a difference. The museum walks you through the war from start to finish. Standing in Oscar Shindler's office made me think of how he defended and helps his workers survive. There is a ten or fifteen minute movie that tells of the heroic actions he took to protect them. A must see for anyone. The only problem I found was the tours, they stop and explain through out the tour and you have to wait or make your way through to continue. A small price to pay really, but it can make the visit drag a bit
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