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If you do the free walking tour of the Jewish area 1st it will set you up for visiting the sole place in the Jewish ghetto that give them anything at all. This was all down to the propieter Jozef Pankiewicz and his loyal staff...More
We had visited 3 years ago and this time we took a friend who was holidaying with us.
It had not changed at all since our last visit and again it was free on the day we went, you just had to collect your tickets...More
We bought the tickets for this museum from Discover Krakow (website) and the ticket included entry to Schindler's Factory and a synagogue. The pharmacy is very interesting though small and a little crowded if you're there at the same time as a group tour. We...More
The place is small, crowded and not your typical museum experience. Once you get over that, you can spend hours scrummaging through the drawers which have plenty of touching stories about actual individuals living in the ghetto. It is a very immersive experience and much...More
This little museum on Ghetto Heroes Square presents the story of the Krakow Ghetto through the eyes of the pharmacist Tadeusz Pankiewicz. Whilst it is small (just a few rooms) its message reaches far beyond its walls. It uses just a few artefacts and accounts...More
I didn’t even know about this museum until the day before I planned to go to the well known Schindler factory. To be honest the reason I decided to visit it is because I know I can get a combo ticket for the factory here...More
This is a small museum, however it is very interactive which keeps you busy. Basically this was the only pharmacy in the Ghetto during WW2 and the museum gives you insight to what life was like in the Ghetto. I enjoyed it and would recommend...More
Small, crowded, and a short- but worthwhile- visit. Grab a stool, ignore those crowded around you and hog one or two or three of the cabinets, reading the flip cards inside from beginning to end. They have stories and reminisces that are worth hearing. Reassuring...More