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Family Home of John Paul II

Koscielna 7, Wadowice 34-100, Poland
+48 33 823 35 55
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Koscielna 7, Wadowice 34-100, Poland
+48 33 823 35 55
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The museum far exceed our expectations. It was so well done - the artifacts of his personal life and religious life are uniquely restored here - as an admirer of St John Paul the Great, I was amazed at the pictures and artifacts that I...More

Thank The-Royal-Road
Reviewed September 9, 2017

Only thing I wish is that I had more of my own time to read exhibits vs. following the pace of the guide. But the guide was authentic and knowledgeable. Incredible! I would suggest buying through a tour so they pick you up at hotel...More

Thank RanJen17
Reviewed July 28, 2017

Learnt a lot of interesting facts about the Pope and didn't realise how fast time travelled during the visit. The guide was very informative and this visit may also appeal to non Catholics too.

Thank geomang
Reviewed July 23, 2017

The core is the original 3 room apartment in which The future pope John Paul II was born and lived for the first 18 years.They refurbished the whole building and it is a museum encompassing the whole life of the Karol Wojtila before and after...More

1  Thank MarcoSpi61
Reviewed July 15, 2017 via mobile

Can only tour with provided guide as part of group. Group is too large so impossible to see what guide is pointing at unless in front. Must go through at guide's pace. Lots of info provided in English and Polish so don't need a guide...More

1  Thank KellyT7
Reviewed July 5, 2017

it was a blessing for me visiting Pope's home, the guide was very nice, the place is amazing, and the tour is very touching. amazing place. p.s. visit should be reserved in advance. all Tuesdays entrance is free. but last Tuesday of the month the...More

Thank Amale N
Reviewed June 28, 2017 via mobile

Lots of stuff and details. The exhibition made me truly understand how big person John Paul II was. Tour Guide was little bit narrowminded.

Thank Karttune
Reviewed June 26, 2017

We thought it would be just a short trip around the place where Pope John Paul II was born and wondered what would last 70 minutes. Well in addition to the three rooms remaining from his birthplace in the museum there is a wonderful modern...More

1  Thank Kevin H
Reviewed April 25, 2017

Fabulous house with lots of story to tell! if you have read the story of his life, you can see it here how it unfolds. Beautiful memories of the life of the pope saint. Indeed an amazing experience!

Thank abudhabiTravELogUe
Reviewed April 22, 2017 via mobile

I loved it here. I am not super catholic. Very well laid out and fabulous tour guide. Lots of things to see his vestments, things from house, gun that shot him. He was such a humble man. Very beautiful place. I don't feel like a...More

Thank Sarah M
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