The permanent exhibition, "Krakow Under Nazi Occupation 1939-1945" is a world famous exhibition located in the former
administrative building of Oskar Schindler’s factory. It was designed as a multimedia museum that provides context of
the persecutions of Pols and Jews in occupied Krakow. There are many artefacts as well as replicas of the Jewish ghetto
and Plaszow camp. In a unique and interactive way, the museum explains the history of WWII in Krakow and the Nazi plan
of exterminating the Jews. It is a great introduction to what happened in Krakow during the war and is recommend to visit
before going to Auschwitz. It is possible to visit the museum on your own, however, we recommend going with the guide
to get the most out of the exhibition. You will listen and read many stories and having a guide will help answer all
the questions you might have.