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Krakow: Schindler's Factory Skip-the-Line Ticket

Krakow: Schindler's Factory Skip-the-Line Ticket

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Learn about both the individual and collective experiences that Polish citizens suffered under Nazi occupation at the original site of Oskar Schindler's Enamel Factory.

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Duration 1.5 hours
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Wheelchair accessible

Experience

Highlights
  • Visit the original enamel factory of Oskar Schindler
  • Skip the ticket line to one of the most important museums in Krakow
  • Hear personal stories about life in Krakow under Nazi occupation
Full description

Book this skip-the-line entrance ticket to Oskar Schindler's Factory to gain a better understanding of Krakow's history under the Nazi occupation. Learn how the history of World War II intersects with everyday life, and the personal dramas of individual people overlap with the wider history of the Nazi Regime.  You'll be greeted in front of the entrance and then move inside the museum. Inside, discover the personal stories of Krakow inhabitants living under the occupation of Nazi Germany for nearly 6 years and get to know more about a person who saved over 1000 lives while visiting his personal office with the symbolic "Survivor's Ark". The original Enamel Factory also known as Oskar Schindler's Deutsche Emailwarenfabrik (DEF) dates back to 1937 when it has been established. Later, Nazi Germany invaded Poland on September 1 1939, and it is believed that Oskar Schindler, a Sudeten German who was a member of the NSDAP and an agent of the Abwehr, arrived in Kraków on September 6 when German troops entered Kraków.

Includes
  • Skip-the-line entrance ticket
  • Reduced fee on Mondays
  • Live guide
  • Tips
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meet in front of the entrance to the museum, where you will see a person with a banner with the local operator's name.

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Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.2 /5

based on 126 reviews

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As the museum is free on a Monday we decided to prebook our tickets. As it happens we got in no problem. However, the small price we paid was reassurance that we would get in. Some people who arrived as we were leaving could not get in as all tickets were gone. The museum was excellent. Lots of info in English. A great way to find out about ww2 in Poland

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February 23, 2022

Parfait !! La guide nous attendait devant et elle est arrivée en avance ! Très gentille et très souriante ! Elle nous a donné nos tickets et nous avons pu rentrer directement sans soucis! Pour le prix ça vaut vraiment le coup mais si vous ne parlez pas anglais ou polonais c’est compliqué car les pancartes sont écrites que dans ces langues.. C’est un bâtiment chargé d’histoire et très intéressant à visiter ! Si vous êtes de passage à Cracovie faites le, il n’y a que deux pièces consacrées à Schindler, le reste concerne la Pologne de 39 à 45 mais ça reste intéressant !

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February 21, 2022

A look into the lives of jews living in the Krakow ghetto, very impressive to see. While the focus is mainly on life in Krakow during the nazi occupation, it also provides lots of details on how Oskar Schindler helped the poles and jews by providing them with work, food and shelter in the factory. I would highly recommend a visit!

September 25, 2021

Product ID: 128852