Cracow: Discovering a Mixture of Traditions, Culinary Delights and Historic Attractions Nestled in the core of Poland is a city that captivates the spirit and imprints priceless moments – Cracow, also known as Krakow. Are you prepared for an expedition
Located between Kamieńskiego and Wielicka street in Krakow, this outdoor exhibition tells a tale of Kraków-Płaszów Concentration Camp. Many of you might remember that place from the movie The Schindler’s List. To commemorate the memory of those who perished there, Historical Museum of Krakow opened this exhibition to everyone willing to come and see.
*Please note that all times are approximate and depend on traffic conditions and guides availability.
- To book please select the date and number of people.
- You will be redirected to our secure reservation system.
- After completing the reservation you will receive verified voucher.
- 12 hour before the tour you will receive text message about exact pickup time.
The exhibition consists of 19 historical landmarks where the most important events of KL Plaszow took place. You will be able to see where the people of Plaszow lived, where they worked, and where they died. To help you form a clearer picture of these events, Museum prepared various documents, pictures, and various other materials that will help you travel back in time and understand what happened there.
We use a fleet of new Mercedes-Benz Vans and Minibuses. Our drivers are well trained and fully licesned for travel ground transportation. Our door to door service means that you will be pickup directly form your hotel and delivered to the same spot after the tour, for free.
However, we sincerely believe that while Museum did a fantastic job with immersive exhibition materials, nothing can replace a passionate, well-informed guide. A good guide not only will show you around but also help build a powerful narrative that brings the exhibition to life. Nothing important will escape your attention, and the picture will be fuller than ever thanks to the extra information and context provided to you by the guide. After all, while pictures can speak louder than a thousand words, they cannot exactly answer questions you might have – and our guide will be happy to do so!
Maximum group size is 25 people.
Please note that the maximum size of bags and backpacks allowed to carry on the Museum grounds is 30 x 20 x 10 cm. You can always leave your belongings inside the bus which will be parked nearby.
Please note that this tour is not available on: 25th of December, 1st of January, Liberation Anniversary, Easter Saturday afternoon, Easter Sunday and March of the Living Day.