Galicia Jewish Museum

  ul. Dajwór 18 ,   Kazimierz          (+48) 12 421 68 42     07 Dec 2018

With the name referring to the ethnically diverse northernmost province of the Austrian Habsburg Empire, which existed from 1772-1918 and extended fr om Kraków to Ternopil, this popular museum keeps the memory of Jewish life in southern Poland and western Ukraine alive via hundreds of photographs documenting former Jewish sites in Galicia today. The images of forgotten cemeteries, derelict synagogues and death camps prove haunting and sober viewing, and deserve to be an essential part of any Kazimierz tour. The converted warehouse also houses small temporary exhibits, a large bookstore selling a range of titles of Jewish interest and a cafe. The adjacent garden features a huge mural, and if you can get way into the back of that courtyard, you’ll find further murals of Irena Sendler (Righteous Among the Nations) and Marek Edelman (leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising).

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Open 10:00 - 18:00.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 16/11zł, family ticket 30zł, children under 7 free. Guided tours available (in English, French and German) for individual and groups if arranged in advance.


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In mu opinion Galicia Jewish Museum is one of the best place to see in Krakow! The Museum is presenting a contemporary look at the Jewish past in Poland. In museums' offer you can find: meeting with Holocaust Survivors and the Righteous among the nations, guided city tours,bookshop, cafe, catering, space hire and much more! Don't miss this!!
Gypsy Davy

This museum is not only tiny but well-translated into English so I can't imagine why you would ever want a guided tour of it. Thanks for the info though.
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