This tour is also available as
a Private Tour.
Attention – please note that the ticket to the museum is not included in the price of the tour. We will reserve it for you, but you must pay on the spot in cash (32 PLN / per person).
Visit the museum located in the original building of what was once Oskar Schindler’s factory. Join us on a journey back to the dark times of the German occupation of the city. Enter one of the best historical museums in Poland and let yourself be immersed in a dramatic story from more than 70 years ago!
Walk on the cobbled streets of wartime city, feel overwhelmed by the omnipresent existence of the enemy, enter narrow passages and overpopulated apartments in the ghetto, find weapons hidden in a resistance house, experience 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. Understand the roles of Oskar Schindler, Amon Göth, Hans Frank and even the future Pope John Paul II. Learn the real story behind the Oscar-winning movie Schindler’s List.
Join us for an emotional journey through the fates of Kraków’s citizens, follow their lives from the beginning of the Nazi occupation through the 1,967 days that came after. Discover not only the stories described by the historians, but also those told by our parents and grandparents. We hope that, as with us, they will stay with you forever.
Joining the tour, you can skip long lines and be sure that we do all the bookings and formalities for you.
On this 90 minutes’ Walkative! TOUR you will see:
• from 1st January 2023: 32 PLN / per person – additional to pay in cash at the site for ticket entrance
There is no need to print your booking confirmation.
Me and my friends booked this tour on 12/11/2022 after being at the Old town walking tour with Walkative in the morning, loving that project.
We found a super prepared guide, Max, that described us in a very detailed point of view all the history and “the reasons”, about “the why” things happened in Kraków during WW2.
Many many compliments to you Max!
Friendly and informative