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An excellent museum. Really interactive and educational without being a museum per se. My teenager loved it. Gave a real insight into the plight of the Jews imprisoned in their homes outside the concentration camps and the awful lives they led. Also highlighted the bravery...More
Absolutely brilliant ,a must see . Compelling and moving accounts and interactive displays giving a full account of the lives and atrocities experienced by the Jewish inhabitants of the Kraków ghetto . Do not miss visiting this brilliant small museum .
My husband and I recently visited this museum. It is very interesting, arranged over 5 floors. There is a lot of information and very handy cards which relate to each individual room, available in many different languages.
Perfect for people who don't actually like going to museums.
You can open lots of drawers and handle real artifacts.
Dial to telephone to hear audio accounts.
There are several TV screens showing different short films.
In its original location.
You can even open bottles...More
Small but perfectly formed museum with excellent, interesting displays. Took us about an hour or so to go around it but we got a lot of information in that time. Museum guides were friendly and there were informative, laminated sheets about each room as you...More
This is a lovely place to visit and we were able to talk to the staff and got our factory tickets here and were able to miss the huge queues at the factory. Mum particularly enjoyed it as a blast from her past.
A small museum but well worth the visit. Get a triple ticket when going to the Schindler Factory. Some very moving stories (presented by pictures, on cards, screens and even on an old telephone) that give a context to experiences by people associated with the...More