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A small place compared to the big museums but the price is good value and it's an interesting place to go that won't take up much of your day. The guide is extremely knowledgeable about the darker side of history!
Went here with friends this week and it was brilliant. The guy was very knowledgeable about all the items he had and was happy to sit and talk to us about everything. It may look small but there are so many items packed inside to...More
Found this place by accident on my last day in Krakow, killing time before I headed to the airport.
If dark history is your thing, this place is a must. Very small, intimate and close, it's a wonderful mishmash of authentic and partially authentic instruments;...More
I went in there alone since I had nothing planned for the next hour. It's very small and I think it's a must do with the guide (the owner). If you do this alone it will take you a minute of ten to see it...More
If you’re going to visit this executioner museum, you must pay for the tour. Otherwise, you will be in a small room filled with instruments of torture - and nothing but your macabre imagination to understand this city’s grisly medieval past.
We did stump up....More
The museum is very small, only one room in the basement. We first asked if there was some kind of guiding, and were told they didn't have that today. We went downstairs, but then the woman who sold the tickets came and said she could...More
This place is right on the market square (29) close to the town hall tower. We were lucky to have a guided tour with just 5 of us. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and there was so much stuff in a very small place....More
We went as a family of 5 - very cheap ticket cost but we paid extra for the guided tour. The museum itself is very small but contains a lot! There are no signs or explanations whatsoever so paying the small extra fee is definitely...More