Muzeum Krakowa, oddzial Fabryka Emalia Oskara Schindlera, Krakow

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Get an up-close look at the city during the Nazi occupation at Muzeum Krakowa, oddzial Fabryka Emalia Oskara Schindlera. The permanent exhibit focuses on the period between 1939 and 1945. Located in a former administrative building of Oskar Schindler's enamel factory, the museum narrates the history of a city destroyed and rebuilt over the course of several foreign occupations and two world wars. Explore the main space, which features Schindler's office, preserved just as he left it more than seven decades ago, as well as the "Survivors' Ark," made of enamel pots similar to those the workers crafted during the war. Don't miss the museum's recreated ghetto apartment to get a sense of the wartime experiences of the city's Jewish inhabitants. To visit Muzeum Krakowa, oddzial Fabryka Emalia Oskara Schindlera on your trip to Krakow, use our Krakow tour itinerary builder site .
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  • Go and see how Oskar Schindler save the people from Germans... I believe they (Jewish) should open another museum how they killed many children in Gazze... İt's located in the Jewish community...  more »
  • Booked our tickets online whilst walking about. The guided tour was very informative and paints a picture of what actually went on in Krakow during WW2 and not so much the goings on in this factory...  more »
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  • No doubt one of the best museum I have been. Oskar Schindler isn’t the entire theme about the museum but instead, they put you through a journey about Polish and Jews during WW2 and how Krakow was at that point of time. The journey that this museum aims to take you through is indeed very well planned. Instead of just exhibits after exhibits, the museum is interactive and intriguing. Especially the part where they made you walk on uneven ground to reach towards the area of bright light. It’s just too thought provoking. I highly recommend this tour for anybody especially those who takes keen interest in modern history.
  • There was a big crowd when we came. It was about 1 pm or so. The assistant on the entrance said there would be no tickets for today, so all the other people after us had to come next day to visit exhibition. We got the tickets in 20 minutes of awaiting. Inside of course you understand that it was worthy to wait. A lot of rooms of different life moments of fabric workers filled with original items. I would recommend to visit this place
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