The 1993 Steven Spielberg film, Schindler’s List, gave the world a glimpse of Krakow’s turbulent history during World War II, in which Schindler’s factory played a key role. In June of 2010, after years of preparation, the Schindler's Factory Museum opened its doors to the public. The museum, located in the original Oskar Schindler Enameled Goods Factory, takes visitors step by step through World War II - from its nascent stages, through Krakow’s liberation by the Red Army. The rooms are filled with memorabilia of Oskar Schindler and his “family.” The museum is one of Krakow's most important sites, and is essential for those who want to learn about the city’s rich history.

Practical information

• The tour is also organized on request
• Scheduling depends on language and date
• Krakow under Nazi Occupation 1939-1945" is the permanent exhibition here that tells visitors the story of Krakow and its inhabitants - both Polish and Jewish - during World War II. The story begins a month before the war, and covers all important aspects of Nazi occupation, including the Krakow Ghetto and the Płaszów Concentration Camp.

MEETING PLACE: in front of the entrance to Schindler's Factory ( ul. Lipowa 4 )

MEETING TIME: 10:20 am

The Price Includes:
• A professional tour guide
• An entry ticket

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