Worth to see

Kraków Under Nazi Occupation 1939-1945

Thanks to a presentation of Oskar Schindler, the man – director of the factory in which the museum is currently housed and also one of the many wartime heroes – visitors will be able to get to know what this time was really like, to become aware of the fear, uncertainty, pain and terror accompanying not only the Jews, but all the inhabitants of Kraków.

The strikingly vivid arrangement of the exhibition, which relies on the latest technological developments, is meant to aid it in reaching young viewers who only know the history of the Second World War from textbooks.

Design of the exhibition: Monika Bednarek, Edyta Gawron, Grzegorz Jeżowski, Katarzyna Zimmerer and Barbara Zbroja

Mon 10am-2pm* (entrance free**, no organised groups reservations)
Tue-Sun 10am-6pm

* Museum is closed on every first Monday of the month.
** On Mondays the exhibition is free of charge, however due to security issues the number of tickets is limited, in this case the time of arrival is a vital factor.

We would like to inform you that between September 1 and October 31 we extend opening hours of the exhibition. On Mondays the exhibition is opened from 10:00 to 16:00, and on other days from 10:00 to 20:00.

Reservation on
www.mhk.pl and at the ticket office.

regular 15 PLN
half-price 13 PLN
groups 16 PLN (the charche includes a guide)
schools and pensioners 13 PLN (the charche includes a guide)
family 40 PLN

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