Guided tour

Krakow: Oskar Schindler Factory Guided Tour

Activity provider: Discover Cracow

Krakow: Oskar Schindler Factory Guided Tour

Activity provider: Discover Cracow
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Immortalized in the Steven Spielberg film "Schindler’s List", Oskar Schindler's factory is a place to learn about the plight of Polish Jews in World War II. Experience Krakow City from World War 2.

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Duration 1.5 - 2 hours
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  • Learn the story of Kraków during World War II at Schindler's Factory Museum
  • Trace the story of the industrialist who saved more than 1,000 lives
  • Compare the history of World War II with everyday life in Nazi-occupied Kraków
  • See original artifacts from the time and hear stories of Kraków's residents
Full description
Journey back to the dark days of World War II and learn the inspiring story of Oskar Schindler at Oskar Schindler's Factory Museum. Enter a modern museum devoted to the wartime experiences of the 5-year Nazi occupation of Poland during World War II. Located in the former enamel factory of the industrialist who famously saved the lives of over 1,000 people during the Holocaust, the site and story were brought into the limelight by Steven Spielberg's 1993 Oscar-winning movie "Schindler's List." Still on the site of the original administrative building of the factory on Lipowa Street, the museum tells the individual histories of Kraków's wartime inhabitants, the fate of the Jews and the city’s underground resistance to the Nazi occupation. See archival documents and photographs of the time, and listen to radio and film recordings that bring the story to life. Admire period artifacts and marvel at the dynamic multimedia installations in the museum.
  • Schindler's Factory Museum entry fee
  • Guided tour of the museum
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Tips
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments

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Meeting point

Present your voucher to your tour representative, who will be waiting at Lipowa 4, Krakow - next to the main gate, outside the entrance to the Schindler's Factory Museum. The representative will be holding a sign that says "Oscar Schindler Guided Tour" and the start time of the tour.

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What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes

Not allowed

  • Pets
  • Weapons or sharp objects

Know before you go

  • Please note that the content of the museum and tour is largely based on Polish occupation in World War II, rather than solely on Schindler or the 1993 movie
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4.1 /5

based on 1129 reviews

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This is a guide of what is was like to live in Krakow during the war rather than a tour of the factory. That said the tour was excellent. Our tour guide Magda was amazing. Her knowledge was fantastic. She had so much information and was so eager to share it. Highly recommend it and great value for money.

January 16, 2023

The museum is very cool if you are interested in Poland's WW2 history. Learned a lot there and the museum is well put together. Guide knew a lot, spoke clearly. The only point is that the tour went very quickly, you mainly listen and there is not really time to read information boards or look closely at certain attributes. At the end when the tour was over I wanted to walk back into the museum, but that was not allowed. Apparently that is in the small letters and you sign there for a one-time visit. In the end I had to buy a separate ticket myself to be allowed to go back inside. Also go especially in the morning, in the afternoon the other groups were very large, the halls in the museum are quite small.

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January 13, 2023

Beautiful museum that shows life just before the occupation WWII and during the occupation, just like the persecution of the Jews. The rooms have been expertly decorated. Photos, posters and sometimes audiovisual images immerse you. This together with the very knowledgeable guide makes this a "Must Do" trip. Attention: the 1.5 hour tour is fast paced. At the end of the tour, it is not possible to return to the museum to view a number of items, unless with a new ticket.

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January 12, 2023

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