Although visitors to this incredible museum can explore on their own, the Schindler’s Factory Tour provides an enriched experience that shouldn’t be written off. Join this 1.5-hour walking tour and step back in time 70 years, where the streets of World War II Kraków – or as it was known then, Krakau – are brought to life. Experience life in the ghettos, the secrets of resistance housing, the horror of imprisonment and the exhilaration of the Soviet army’s liberation of the city with this unique and up-close perspective on what life was like in wartime Kraków.
The Schindler’s Factory Tour is designed to tug at the heartstrings of its visitors and will take you on an unforgettable journey through the 1,968 days of Kraków’s WWII occupation. Hear the stories of those who survived and those who did not on this wonderfully curated historical tour of Poland’s troublesome past. This tour is available several times a day every day of the week except Mondays.
The museum is closed during certain holidays and for some months of the year for renovations. For the most up-to-date tour times and to make a reservation, check the website. Last minute additions to the tour are allowed if there is space, but places are only guaranteed when booked in advance. The Schindler’s Factory Museum is a highlight for many visitors to Kraków and this chilling tour comes highly recommended.