This is a small one room museum which is about 10 mins walk north west from the old town. We went on a Tuesday when it is free to enter. Interesting info on the occupation of Krakow by the communists after the war. There are cells to visit but they were locked when we were there so didnt see.
having a long weekend away with the husband and visited here today. was very thought provoking afternoon. we walked from main town to museum and was only about 20min walk,dont waste money with guided tour.it cost us 14 zl (less then £4 for both)and was only 2 people inside! was about an hour reading all the info and got to... 更多
There is a museum about the occupation of krakow with terrible tales from people of their experiences and details some of the noticeable people's lives. What makes this place is the prison with the inscriptions on the walls. Harrowing.
We had the impression that this would be a museum with much to see. But there was only one room with much text and posters, and one small room with the cell blocks. We finished the museum after 20 min. Missed more information on Gestapo activities in Krakow. This covered Krakow from the German occupation and the Soviet from 45... 更多
Randomly stumbled across this little museum in krakow after reading reviews on trip advisor. Only a 15 minute walk from the main square. Only a small museum but very informative in regards to the German occupation of krakow. For anyone who has an interest in the war this is definitely worth a visit.
Most people stay in the old town area of Krakow and this is a 15 minute walk away from it. Entry is through a large double gate that leads into a courtyard. On the immediate right are some steps that lead down to the holding cells. Here are over 600 messages scratched onto the walls. Some have been highlighted with... 更多
Went in November could not find it at first and when we did it was not worth it it covered 1940 up to 1989 just give it a miss only 5 rooms to look round 7z
I think that more could be made of this museum to demonstrate the horrors that took place here. it is too sanitised and poor compared to other story telling assets
The museum is such a small place, almost hidden near downtown Krakow. But the visit is a deep experience. By paying a cheap admission (around 2 euros, only) you have access to documents, photos, objects and general artifacts used in WWII. While you visit around, it's possible to hear the sound of cars braking, dogs barking and people screaming, what... 更多
Well worth a visit, although a 20 minute walk from the old town. Very interesting small museum with information about the subsequent Russian regime as well as WW2, Facts about various ordinary individuals, showing human strengths and weaknesses during such turmoil. Can visit the cells where people were held and interrogated during the war, with personal wall carvings of former... 更多