Admission charges Memory Trail (Pomorska Street, the Eagle Pharmacy, Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory):
adults: 32 PLN
concession: 24 PLN
family: 64 PLN
group admission (standard): 24 PLN
school groups (concession): 22 PLN
The ticket is valid for 7 days as of the purchase date.
Ulica PomorskaA permanent exhibition is the Pomorska Street branch – People of Kraków in Times of Terror 1939-1945-1956 - is a story about the similarities between the two totalitarian systems: the Nazi and the communist. During the war the words: Pomorska Street meant the same as the Gestapo, terror and fear.
In the Śląski House thousand people were interrogated and tortured. The inscriptions on the walls of the cells – which are the main centre of the exhibition – give the testimony of their suffering.
Apteka pod Orłem
Apteka pod OrłemThe exhibition in the Eagle Pharmacy – Tadeusz Pankiewicz's Pharmacy in the Kraków Ghetto – is dedicated to the annihilation of the Kraków Jews. The Eagle Pharmacy, run by Tadeusz Pankiewicz, was the only pharmacy, functioning in the Ghetto during the World War II, and its owner was the only Pole, who had the right for permanent residence within the Ghetto. It became a meeting place for Jewish intellectuals, scholars and artists living in the Ghetto – a place of salvation.