We are committed to making the KL Plaszow Museum accessible to everyone, including visitors with special needs. However, the museum site is an historical space, and we are not free to adapt it to all needs.

Below you will find tips that may help you when visiting the KL Plaszow Memorial site. People with special needs can use our tourist guide service free of charge.

If you need additional information, or plan a tour for a large group of people with special needs, please contact us.

Kamil Karski is responsible for implementing the accessibility policy at the KL Plaszow Museum,
Tel.: +48 12 307 02 53


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Where is the Museum?

The KL Plaszow Museum, shortly: the Museum, is in Kraków. The Museum is located between Jerozolimska and Kamieńskiego Streets. The Museum has no buildings that can be visited. Roads and paths are arranged in the Museum. Stay on them.

The office of the Museum is at 3 Lipowa Street.

The office room is on the first floor, and has number 115.

The office is open from Monday to Friday, between 8:00 and 15:00.

What is our work in the Museum?

In the Museum we study history, meaning the past that affected our lives.

We study the history of the Second World War.

The Second World War was an important event in the past.

We arrange an exhibition at the Museum.

The exhibition will show the Second World War.

We collect antiques and old documents.

Some of them are shown on exhibition.

We organize lessons and tours with guides.

We also tell about the history and how the Museum looks today.

How to contact us?

You can write a letter and send it to:

KL Plaszow Museum

ul. Lipowa 3/115

30-702 Kraków

You can visit us at:

KL Plaszow Museum

ul. Lipowa 3/115

30-702 Kraków

You can call us:

+ 48 12 307 02 53.

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