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Describes succinctly in photographs and written descriptions the Jewish communities of Galicia. Especially moving are the haunting photographs of the lingering absence of what were once thriving communities.
Tucked away a few blocks from the center of the Kazimierz district you will find this gem of a museum. Compact, beautifully laid out, and with a tone both elegiac and joyous when depicting the contemporary revival of Jewish life, the permanent exhibit tells through...More
I visited on Corpus Christi when mostly everywhere was closed. It was the best decision since I then spent 1.5 hours here to look at each photo and read the captions carefully.
The museum documents Jewish life in Polish Galicia right through to this day...More
There is a lot of information available in Poland about the atrocity that the Nazis imposed on the Jews in pre-WWII Poland. This little museum is quite moving in a different sort of way. It is currently presenting an exhibit of photographs of Synagogues, houses,...More
The exhibition consisted of 5 areas supported by pictures and narrative explaining the Jewish peoples in Poland.
Not surprisingly, a major part of the focus was on WWII and the horrors inflicted on the Jewish peoples.
It also has a small cafe and a very...More
We spent a couple of hours here. It is five sections of photographs outlining the Jewish history in Krakow to present day with extensive written dialogue. I wasn't offered any sort of guide so cannot comment on this. If you are interested in history then...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.