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All reviews jewish faith jewish quarter sixteenth century small admission charge minute visit nice collection worth a visit per adult interesting insight information boards everyday life on display lovely building entrance fee great museum nazi occupation walking tour
Ok, interesting. Taught me a fair bit about Jewish place in Poland. Some beautiful displays. But as we quietly wandered around the poor staff were fighting with all their very being to stay awake. The old eyelids were going a treat. Some masterful techniques in...More
Lots of information boards and artefacts but very little to do with the Jewish history in Poland and lots of open spaces. To see a better example cross the square to Remuh that feels a lot more natural and is not a museum as this.
Had not planned to visit here but it caught my eye and I decided to go in. The museum is located in the old Synagogue. It is not a large exhibit and not particularly interactive so you need some time to read the labels which...More
We visited this synagogue after touring the Jewish quarter in Krakow.
It is extremely old and has many labels to read, but the staff cannot speak English and we could not speak Polish, so I am sure we missed and did not understand much.
Entered this museum interested in the past of Jewish struggles, left feeling unfulfilled and wishing we never entered, a lot of open space, staff here stare at you as if you’re going to steal everything, very unwelcoming, wouldn’t bother going out of your way to...More
Visited the old synagogue today. This is a must see in the Jewish sector of kasmires. It tells the history of the area through photographs,paintings and artefacts and how the Jewish faith is an important part of the area.
There are no strict dress rules but common sense would dictate that respect must be shown. We wore just normal summer clothes although some other synagogues stipulate at their entrances any rules within their places of... More
There are no strict dress rules but common sense would dictate that respect must be shown. We wore just normal summer clothes although some other synagogues stipulate at their entrances any rules within their places of worship I.e. no shorts, flash photography etc. And these requests should always be respected and adhered to. It is a lovely place enjoy!