Vuelva a la Cracovia de hace 70 años y conozca a Oskar Schindler en una visita de 2 horas al museo de la fábrica de Schindler en Cracovia. Con un guía experto, explore este conmovedor museo, cuyas exposiciones se encuentran en la fábrica de menaje esmaltado original de Schindler, donde dio trabajo a cientos de judíos, lo que les protegió de los nazis. Vea la oficina de Schindler, escuche historias de los trabajadores que ayudó a salvar y disfrute de las proyecciones multimedia, las fotografías y los objetos que recuerdan los horrores de Cracovia bajo la ocupación nazi y soviética. El número de personas se limita a 25 para garantizar una experiencia más personalizada.
Had a lot of information on the people who were affected by the war. Parts of it were very hard to get my mind around. The horrible conditions of how the Jews were treated. I have read up on Oskar Schindler and his wife, but there was so much more information given.
I wouldnt suggest for children.
the was a very informative tour through the old factory which had been turned into a museum depicting the life of he Polish people during WW2. The only thing we found was at some points we had difficulty hearing what was being said due to the small areas we were moving through and no headphones used like other locations but overall a very interesting trip.
What a brilliant tour. Our tour guide was fantastic! She was like an actress she really got into her role and made it entertaining, educational and captivating. The museum is definitely worth a visit but with a guide I think it brought it all to life. It also helped that our group only had 4 people so it was incredibly personal. I cannot rate the guide enough - a brilliant tour, thank you!
This is clearly a well presented and well thought out exhibit. It’s focus is the reality of Nazi and then Soviet occupation and oppression for Poles, Poland and Kraków residents, both Jews and Gentiles alike. It’s is vast, detailed, poiniant and confronting.
What it is not, (and this is important to understand) is some sort of faux-Disney fairground attraction for movie buffs of the film Schindler’s List. This place is not s movie set, it is a memorial museum - and rightly so.
If there is one drawback, that is the time that is allotted when taking a guided tour. There is a terrific lot to take in and everything is displayed thoughtfully in many languages, including English. While the English-speaking guide was excellent and very respectful of his topic, the understandable need to keep visiting parties moving meant we left feeling rushed. I would recommend visiting alone and foregoing guide intel over the ability to move at your own pace if you can read and understand Polish, German, Yiddish or English.
That aside, this is a must-see site if coming to Kraków.
Was a very good informative tour on ww2 history in Poland. Would highly recommend. The only negative being too many people visiting at the same time. Perhaps the factory needs more limits visitor numbers .
Brilliant !! Even though this is called Oskar Schindlers tour it is actually the story of the occupation,our guide was amazing she told us about family and friends who where affected by it. Definitely worth it!
The tour guide was very knowledgable. I would not have gotten as much out of a self guided or audio tour. The only thing I would change is for the company to indicate explicitly where to meet a.k.a., inside the museum or out front. I waited out front for more than 20 minutes in the cold only to find out our guide was inside waiting for the group to arrive. Other than this minor inconvenience, I highly recommend this tour.
De tour heeft een totaal andere inhoud dan men zou denken. Je wandelt dan wel door delen van de Schindlerfabriek maar het verhaal dat je te horen krijgt gaat veel verder. Krakau in WO2 staat centraal, heel interessant.