Visit the original enamel factory of Oskar Schindler in Krakow, where many Jews saved their lives during World War II. The place has become very popular among people from around the world, especially after Spielberg’s movie 'Schindler’s List' was released in 1993. The factory has turned into a museum to pay tribute to the brave deeds of Oskar Schindler and to recreate the atmosphere of Krakow during World War II. Due to many interactive exhibitions and plenty of historical photographs and objects, you will feel like one of the old-time Krakow citizens. Additionally, your professional local guide will introduce you to the historical background and interesting facts about Oskar’s life.
The tour begins with an assembly at the Schindler’s Factory entrance, in Zablocie district. There, you will meet with a professional local guide, with whom you’ll visit the museum for 1.5 hours. The museum’s interior will let you feel as you were walking the streets of Krakow from occupation times.