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Decided to do this on the 1st day as we were staying in the next street.
I think it was 20pln to enter.
Also has a shop and cafe.
Museum is devoted to the story of the Kraków Jews, their survival during ww2 and their...More
This museum is well worth visiting when in Krakow. It made a very strong impact when we visited it during our walking tour of the Kazimierz district of Krakow and its historic Jewish ghetto. Near to numerous physical remnants – synagogues, cemetery, mikvah – of...More
I really think that this is one of the most interesting museums I have ever visited.It contains really useful information about the Jewish people and some really touching photos of what is left from the Holocaust and so on. The place is really clean and...More
I visited last year and the temporary exhibition was excellent then, but the new one was just as good and thought provoking although totally different. The photographic exhibition under five themes, were thought provoking and really drew me in. I was amazed that I had...More
To be honest, the first part of the exhibition is the usual old generic Jewish history.
But the photographic exhibition is really, really well done. It doesn’t focus on the Shoah, or the communities before. It looks at how, post war, the history is memorialised....More
Having been emotionally moved by our trip to Auschwitz decided to visit the Jewish quarter in Krakow. We made our way to the museum . There are many contemporary photographs of sights of synagogues desecrated cemeteries and mass graves. It is extremely hard to put...More
This is a very nice museum. It's a little hard to find. Seems to have both a rotating and a permanent collection. Very different from most Holocaust Museums in that it is thematic and interpretive. However such museams benefit greatly from good guide materials.
We had entry to this museum with our hop on hop off bus ticket and it was a revelation.
It deals with the Jewish faith and blood but also provides a deeply disturbing story of the Holocaust in and around Krakow. Not just about Auschwitz...More
With the exception of the major Holocaust museums this smaller museum primarily containing a photo gallery of the atrocities committed to the Jewish population of Krakow is an amazing & confronting display. The display takes you through 5 stages of life before, during & after...More
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Yes, it is wheelchair accessible it's all on the flat with wide access and there is a disabled toilet. Adult entry is 16zl (c £4) there are some discounts with the various tourist cards or bus tour tickets but you need to... More
Yes, it is wheelchair accessible it's all on the flat with wide access and there is a disabled toilet. Adult entry is 16zl (c £4) there are some discounts with the various tourist cards or bus tour tickets but you need to cover a lot of attractions to get your money's worth on some of them.