Dom Slaski, Krakow

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Dom Slaski, Krakow - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: ul. Pomorska 2, Krakow 30-039, Poland

Phone: +48-126331414

Ticket Price: 7 PLN

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm Details

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Built in the 1930s as a residence for students, this building became the headquarters of the Krakow Nazi occupation administration. Most of the building is closed to the public. The actual museum is in the basement. In this room 108 Poles were interrogated and/or killed including Polish General Stanislaw Rostworowski. You’ll find two major exhibitions - Occupied Krakow and Gestapo Cells - that with documents, photographs, audio recordings detail the horrors that took place during the occupation. The look of the basement has been preserved as a memorial of sorts. Note the commemoration plaque outside the entrance. The cells themselves are free to enter. On their walls, you’ll see 600 inscriptions scratched by prisoners.

Dom Slaski Ticket Prices

  • Reduced: 5 PLN
  • Guided tours: from 85 zl +tickets
  • Entrance to the gaol is free.

Dom Slaski Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last entry 30 minutes before closing time.

How To reach Dom Slaski by Public Transport

  • Drive to here or take a taxi.

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  • Interesting little museum just off the old town in Krakow. The building was used as a Gestapo HQ back in WWII. Inside, there is a lot of information about the Germans occupation Krakow and what happened during that period. Worth visiting and entry is very cheap.

  • Small, but nicely done, with a detailed exhibit of the Gestapo's activities in Poland and specifically Krakow. Also contains a well-preserved exhibit of the prison cells the Gestapo used.

  • A very small museum remembering us the atrocities of Nazi's and communist's regime. The museum shows in detail the interrogation methods of guards and stories of victims and guards.

  • Very interesting and informative a must but it is small

  • Interesting museum about the sad chapter of the nazi occupation in Krakow

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