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The Galicia Jewish Museum was launched to pay tribute to all the victims of the Holocaust and celebrate the Jewish culture of Polish Galicia.
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I was really impressed with this museum. It was set up really well with different collections of pictures relating to the Jewish community in Krakow. Spent a good two hours here reading about the images and looking at the pictures. We arrived at opening time (10am) which was good as it was fairly empty which made it easier to reflect on the images and information that you were viewing. I would definitely recommend visiting this museum.
Nice bus, good service. Clear audio recording. The buses aren't allowed in the city centre so you don't see the main sights. Good as a hop on hop off service. Also included was a free 30 minute river gondola cruise which was really lovely and free entry into Galacia Museum. Very interesting photographic exhibition. Go to Bagalmamas for lunch and a drink, just a few doors down from the museum.
We brought a 3 day Krakow card and it made our holiday so easy, particularly when using the trams. It avoided the need to always have the correct change for the automatic ticket machines which reduced our stress levels considerably. It also provides access to so many museums/sites of interest: there is so much to do in Krakow that you are spoilt for choice.
I enjoyed it a lot. The bus is new, the audio was ok and the people who lead you into the path were kind. The hour that the bus goes on each stops was on time. Gondola ship is nice and if you like history the Galacia Museum is a good place to go and understand morr about Galacia with all the pictures and descriptions. To short the long story I do recommend!
After the confusion of the start about children's authors, the exhibition shows lives of the Jewish people before during and after the war, which was interesting to see from a different perspective. This was the last thing we saw before we left krakow, spent an hour here