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Oskar Schindler's Factory Museum Tour in Krakow

Highlights
  • 2-hour guided tour of Oskar Schindler’s Factory Museum
  • Museum admission fee included in tour price
  • Travel back in time with multimedia exhibits and personal accounts
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Oskar Schindler's Factory Museum Tour in Krakow
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Tour departs at 10.00am in English
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Overview
Gain a personal glimpse of Krakow’s wartime history with this 2-hour guided tour of Oskar Schindler’s Factory Museum. Schindler famously helped to save over 1,000 Jewish employees from concentration camps by granting them enamelwork in his factory. You’ll make your way through the museum’s highly interactive exhibits with your guide present to provide context and answer questions.
What to Expect

You’ll meet your guide at Oskar Schindler’s Factory Museum in the heart of Krakow. Before you begin your 2-hour tour, you’ll get a brief overview of who Schindler was and why he became the inspiration for Schindler’s List, Steven Spielberg’s iconic film.

Inside the museum, photos, film, and eyewitness accounts convey the devastating effects of the Nazi occupation of Krakow, setting the stage for Schindler’s story. History comes to life as you learn the human tragedies behind major political events. The permanent exhibit has been widely praised for its artistic, interactive design, geared to transport visitors to wartime Krakow and relate its complex history in a manner both personal and deeply memorable.

Uncover the stories that took place within the walls of Schindler’s factory, where employment protected over 1,000 people from deportation to concentration camps. Your guide will answer questions and provide expert commentary to enrich your experience.

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1 - 5 of 18 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Chaotic ticket desk, but excellent museum

We arrived at 08.50, already a queue of 30 outside. An endless stream of taxis brought tourists to the door; we used no. 20 tram from town centre near railway station for Pln 2.80 (GBP 0.56p) single ticket for 15 minute ride to Zablocie stop...More

Thank John S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Don’t expect a helpful staff or to learn anything about Schindler

I guess it was an okay museum with the history of the holocaust in Krakow. We were expecting an exhibit about Oscar Schindler’s rescue of Jews. Nothing doing. This is museum that happens to be located on the site of the factory. We first went...More

Thank nachalgirl
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Not what I expected

This was a good museum but I was expecting a tour of the factory. We were able to see a few rooms of the original office but nothing inside the factory. Most of the guided tour was about the war and the circumstances of the...More

1  Thank shrewcrew
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Disapointed

Tour guide was militant that you listen to her whole presentation. Museum is very hot and crowded. You need to stand for long periods. There was only a very small portion of museum dedicated to Schindler's factory and how he saved Jewish lives. Not at...More

1  Thank pat c
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Disappointed

Little bit cramped, very little space. Expect a long queue. No facilities outside. No shade, no sit. No directions for public transport.Few Melex „ cabs” ( who operates them???). Few taxis.The taxi driver had refused the service, because.. we didn’t go very far ( „only”...More

Thank awerf
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