Thanks to 1993 film directed by Steven Spielberg, which action takes place in Krakow during World War II, the world became aware of one of the most moving and incredible stories related to World War II.
In June 2010, after years of preparation, The Schindler’s Factory Museum opened its doors to the public. The Museum is located in the original Oskar Schindler Enamelled Goods Factory. Visitors are taken back step by step to World War II times learning its history from the beginning up until the arrival of the Soviet Army by walking through rooms filled with memories of Oscar Schindler. The Museum is one of Krakow’s most important sites and an essential point for those who want to learn the city’s history.
The permanent exhibition “Kraków under Nazi Occupation 1939-1945” lets the visitors learn the story about Krakow and its inhabitants, both Polish and Jewish, during World War II. The narrative begins with the events that took place a month before the War and includes first months of Nazi occupation all the way up to the history of the Krakow’s Ghetto and the Płaszow Concentration Camp.
On Sundays we offer an additional excursion in the ticket price:
you can visit the Pharmacy under the Eagle and the Pomorska Museum (which together with the Schindler’s Factory are called “the Memory Trail”).
The decision can be made at the beggining of the excursion.
The tour includes a Schindler’s Factory (1.5 hours with a guide), The Eagle Pharmacy (30 minutes with a guide), and a self-guided tour in the Pomorska Museum with a map provided by the guide (you can visit Pomorska Museum within 7 days).
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We cooperate only with qualified and experienced tour leaders and guides
We organise regular and private tours, for small and large groups
We have been named the leader of the year among tour operators a number of times. The award is presented by Wieliczka Salt Mine.