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It was nearly all photographs, focussing on various themes such as lost cemeteries/synagogues, the lives of Galician Jews in the late 1970s, and far more recently. A very interesting angle that other museums don’t cover.
We visited the day after going to Auschwitz. The pictures were amazing and the narrative was very thought provoking. We spent 2.5hours walking round. Nice textile exhibition in an adjoining room. Busy cafe on site.
I frankly expected this exposition to be more about the Jews in Galicia and learn more about their thousand-year-old history, unique language, traditions and etnographic differences and was excited to see more about them, but the museum is basically a somewhat meditative exhibit of the...More
The museum is a very interesting place to visit its a photographic exhibition from early krakow through the years to the murder of the jews in auschwitz birkenau to how krakow recovered after the war .theres a small charge .theres a book shop and coffee...More
We visited the Galicia Jewish Museum before we went to Schindler’s Factory Museum, which we found worked really well.
The way they portrait facts at the Galicia Museum is really interesting and the photography is amazing. It's not massive but fascinating.
Great little cafe onsite...More
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
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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.