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Long lines reflect the popularity of Poland’s Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, meaning visitors often have to wait in advance of one hour. Save time with skip-the-line entry to the mines, which are comprised of more than 2,400 chambers featuring art galleries, a cathedral, and mining technology. During a guided tour, you’ll learn about the rich history of the subterranean wonderland.
Swap the usual tourist attractions for something a bit different in Krakow—the Museum of Illusions. This mysterious place is home to many weird and wonderful optical illusions, interactive displays, quirky photo opportunities, and hidden surprises along the way. Avoid having to wait in long ticket lines for this popular attraction by pre-booking entry and securing your ticket in advance.
Be amazed by the underground creativity on display at the Wieliczka Salt Mine on this easy half-day tour from Krakow. Descend 210 feet (64 meters) beneath the earth and learn about the history of this unique place from your guide. You won’t have to worry about catching public transport to the mine, as transfers are taken care of for you. This is a must-see sight while staying in Krakow.
Explore Poland’s most prized architectural gem on a guided tour of Wawel Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn about the history of the Gothic hilltop complex, which dates back to the 14th century and was the royal residence of many Polish kings. Skip the entrance lines, and stroll through grand courtyards, regal chambers, chapels and museum galleries while a guide shares tales from the castle’s long and illustrious history.
Experience a poignant piece of World War II history on a tour of Oskar Schindler’s Factory Museum in Krakow. Explore the exhibitions in the enamel factory where hundreds of Jewish employees were saved from deportation. Follow an expert guide through Schindler’s office, and examine multimedia projections, artifacts and photos while learning the stories of the workers.
Visit the Royal Private Apartments of Wawel Castle on a guided tour that explores the history of Poland’s royals at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Skip the long lines and start your tour with a guide who shares details about the royal families, the architecture of the castle, and Poland’s history. You’ll stroll around the 14th-century castle complex, which is considered one of the country’s architectural gems and a must-see attraction in Krakow.
Guarantee admission to Krakow’s most terrifying attraction: Lost Souls Alley. Part haunted house, part escape room, and 100% interactive, it’s the ultimate thrill for any horror fan. Feel your pulse pound and the shocks mount as you try to work your way out of the dark rooms. Choose between three different levels of intensity—and remember, you’re never alone.
Take a guided tour of the historical museum located in the former enamel factory of Oscar Schindler, as made famous in Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List.” Experience the museum’s moving permanent collection. Learn about everyday life in Krakow during the Nazi occupation from 1939 to 1945. The exhibition is a story about both the Poles and Jews, as well as the Nazi occupiers.
Enter Schindler’s office, which has been preserved within the factory's administrative building. See the “Survivor’s Ark” made of thousands of enamel pots, similar to those produced in the factory. Witness documentary photographs, eyewitness accounts, film documentaries, and multimedia presentations.
Wander through a theatrical recreation of Krakow’s historical city space. Board a tram and watch a documentary portraying the everyday life of the city. Visit a typical Jewish apartment. See artifacts from the Plazow camp. Walk through the “Hall of Choices”.
Skip the line with prepaid admission to St. Mary’s Basilica in Krakow. This church in the Main Market Square houses the Veit Stoss Altar, a late Gothic masterpiece. Admire the church’s vaulted ceilings and see for yourself why the Basilica has become a true symbol of Krakow. Stop by 8 Szczepański Square for your printed admission voucher
Walk in the footsteps of Polish monarchs and spiritual leaders on an audio-guided tour of Wawel Cathedral—one of Poland's most cherished sanctuaries. See where centuries of kings were crowned and visit their elaborate tombs in the chapels and mausoleum. Climb up Sigismund Tower to admire the massive Sigismund Bell along with panoramic views of Old Town Krakow, and pay tribute to John Paul II in a museum showcasing the beloved pope’s legacy and connection to Wawel.
Enjoy complimentary access to Krakow’s top museums with the Krakow Museums and Transport Pass. Gain entrance to 40 museums, including the impressive Rynek Underground, with its original medieval market stalls; Oskar Schindler’s Factory; and a wealth of art galleries, churches and more. THis card offers generous discounts at select restaurants, shops and on other activities, and it’s a money-saving way to enjoy Krakow.
Enjoy complimentary access to Krakow’s top museums and its bus and tram network with the Krakow Museums and Transport Pass. Choose from a 2- or 3-day pass and gain entrance to 40 museums, including the impressive Rynek Underground, with its original medieval market stalls; Oskar Schindler’s Factory; and a wealth of art galleries, churches and more. Add free 24-hour bus and tram travel and generous discounts at select restaurants, shops and on other activities, and it’s a money-saving way to enjoy Krakow.
Guarantee your entry to Oskar Schindler’s Factory, an integral part of Krakow’s Jewish heritage, by booking your entrance ticket in advance. After bypassing long lines, explore the historical museum at your own pace and learn about Oskar Schindler, a wealthy German merchant who save more than 1,000 Jews during the Holocaust.
Visit the WWII historical site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum during this day trip from Krakow that includes round-trip transport from the city. You’ll get time at both camps—Auschwitz I and Birkenau—to explore the grounds and learn about its Holocaust history. Plus, this tour includes informative booklets for you to have on hand during your visit.
Visit Krakow’s impressive historic gateway—The Barbican. You’ll be able to see rare historic architecture that dates back to the 15th century and learn about how it protected the entrance to Poland’s former capital city. With this entrance ticket, you’ll avoid waiting in long visitor lines, and you won’t have to worry about tickets selling out on the day you visit.
The Sukiennice (Cloth Hall) is one of Krakow’s most recognizable landmarks, and on its upper floor lies a spectacular museum. Save time waiting in long entrance lines by having your ticket included. You'll see rare 19th century Polish art, and enjoy exploring four different rooms. It’ll be an educational experience, as you’ll see examples of work from many different types of art movements such as Realism, Impressionism, and Symbolism.
Gestapo Headquarters was a former interrogation center when Poland was under Nazi rule, and now serves as a place to remember the heroes of Krakow during communist rule and WWII. Save time waiting in long visitor lines by booking an entrance ticket in advance. You’ll have the freedom to explore the museum at your own pace, and see its three different sections. The museum has many rare artifacts from Krakow citizens, and will teach you about Poland’s history.
This is a must-see sight for art fans. Beat the crowds and pre-book an entrance ticket to Leonardo da Vinci’s Lady with an Ermine Exhibition at the National Museum. You’ll save time waiting in long visitor lines, and make the most of your trip to Krakow, by witnessing a rare piece of artwork. Leonardo da Vinci only ever painted four portraits of women, so this piece has become a national treasure.
This is the only such large collection available to public in Poland. Machines have been brought from all over the world and are in beautiful working order. There are very few places that offer such fun experience. It is great for all ages. Perfect activity for a cold or rainy day
Visit Krakow’s Polish Museum of Aviation with this pre-paid entrance ticket. Housed in what was once the Rakowice-Czyżyny airport, the museum holds an impressive collection of aircrafts, gliders, helicopters, engines, and more. With hulls from German combat planes and many pieces from the Soviet Union, the Museum of Aviation offers a unique portal through which to understand Polish history.
Discover the works of Stanisław Wyspiański at the National Museum in Krakow. Wyspiański was an inventive painter, playwright, poet, graphic designer, and artist of other mediums. Much like Gustav Klimt drew inspiration from Vienna, Wyspiański’s life was intimately linked to Krakow. This rare exhibition features hundreds of his works. Visit 8 Szczepański Square or 13 Wolnica Square to pick up your printed admission voucher for easy entrance to the museum.
See how master artisans are keeping alive a cherished Polish art form with a ticket to the Stained Glass Workshop and Museum in Krakow. Take a guided tour of the Art Nouveau factory building to learn about the history of stained glass and watch craftspeople at work designing, cutting, and framing stained glass using the traditional Tiffany method. Later, you can take a self-guided tour of Krakow's finest stained glass windows with a provided map.
Skip the lines in one of Podhale’s biggest thermal pool complexes. This ticket gets you access into all parts of the Chochołowska baths. For those who enjoy mountain views from sultry saunas, a variety of pools with differing temperature and salinity, and the option to experience all sorts of health and cosmetic spa treatments.