The trip to Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory is somewhat cinematic experience, as its story was adapted first to Thomas Keneally’s book (“Schindler’s Ark”), and then to the award-winning , Steven Spielberg’s film – “Schindler’s List”. Many of the movie’s takes were filmed in Poland. The story tells about a German industrialist, who saved thousands of lives during the II World War. The factory began to work in 1937 and was the first place in Lesser Poland to produce enamelware and metal products.
Its buildings are still in the same place – Krakow’s Zablocie. After the war they were taken over by the State Treasury, but since 2005 they belong to Krakow and currently there are two museums there: The Historical Museum of the City of Krakow (the permanent exhibition: “Krakow under Nazi Occupation 1939-45”), and The Museum of Modern Art in Krakow (MOCAK). They are both definitely worth visiting! The Schindler’s Factory is also a part of the Krakow Technology Trail.
|2 person||3-4 person||5-6 person||7-8 person||Above 9 person|
|35 EUR/person*||25 EUR/person*||19 EUR/person*||15 EUR/person*||Ask for price||Order|
*All the prices include cost per one person and do not include entries nor a tip for the chauffers.
|Time for journey||Time for sightseeing||Ticket price|
|20min||1,5h-2h||10 EUR - adults
8 EUR - reduced
70 EUR - a private guide