Small and compact museum - at first glance there doesn't seem to be much inside but you soon find there are cupboards and drawers filled with portfolios and histories of the people involved or affected by the 'Pharmacy Under the Eagle'. In another room the phone rings occasionally and if you pick it up you hear interviews with people who saw it first hand. We wanted to experience everything so our visit lasted for 2 hours, then we went to Schindlers Factory Museum just 5 minutes walk away. Both museums are equally moving and will give you much to read and think about. You can get a ticket that allows entry to this place and also the Gestapo Headquarters museum. Anyone interested in WWII and Poland under the Nazis will not be disappointed in any of the three places I have mentioned.
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