About this Tour
Visit the Oskar Schindler's Enamel Factory, depicted in Steven Spielberg's movie! At your own pace, discover life in Krakow under Nazi's occupation.
Discover the history of Jewish Heritage in Krakow even better using Skip the Line Museum Passes to Pomorska Street (former gestapo headquarters) and Eagle's Pharmacy (connected with hero Pankiewicz pharmacist) - ticket only option.
Your Viator voucher must be exchanged for the official Memory Trail tickets at the Local Supplier Tourist Information Point (more info on the voucher).
Please note that if you decide to chose Schindler's Factory Guided Tour - you will not receive the entrance to other museums.
For Krakow Museums and Transport Official Pass holder entrance is free of charge.
Arrive at the Tourist Information Point at 8 Szczepanski Square to redeem your voucher for 3 skip-the-line passes!
See exhibitions about the war in the country where it all started. Walk among the city’s inhabitants on the cobbled streets of wartime Kraków, feel overwhelmed by the omnipresent existence of the enemy. Enter narrow passages and overpopulated apartments in the ghetto, find weapons in a resistance house, feel the horror of being imprisoned and interrogated. Try to imagine your life in hiding and finally feel the bittersweet joy of being liberated by the Soviet army.
This City Pass is the best opportunity to visit places connected with Jewish heritage. You may extend an exploration of World War II's history and places connected with Jewish history with a Museums Pass. Visit Oscar Schindler’s Factory - the museum tells the history of World War II with everyday life in Nazi-occupied Cracow, and the personal dramas of its citizens. Nearby, on Ghetto Heroes Square, you may visit the famous 'Eagle Pharmacy' with an exhibition commemorating the Holocaust of Cracow’s Jews. The last place you can visit with our Museum card is Pomorska Street where, during World War II, there was the Gestapo's headquarters and prison. These three points on the map of Cracow are the three complementary stories about the war and the time that came after the war.
You may enter the museums at any time during operating hours. The last admission to the exhibition is 90 minutes before closing time. The ticket price does not include a guide, however if you would like a guided tour of the museum, you may also choose this option.