3 October 2019

Visiting the Museum of Poles Saving Jews

The Ulma Family Museum of Poles Saving Jews during World War II in Markowa has enjoyed unflagging interest since its opening.

Located in an idyllic rural landscape, far from urban centers, it still attracts visitors from all over the world, interested in the dramatic stories of the rescue of Jews by Poles during the war and occupation, presented by means of a modern, multimedia and interactive exhibition.

There are no random tourists here – everyone comes here for some reason, with their personal stories, convictions, in search of positive attitudes and universal values. Many of them reach Markowa thanks to you. And for that we are extremely grateful.

To meet your expectations, we have prepared a brochure with the most important information about visiting the Museum. We encourage you to read  it and to get to know us better.

Download: FAQ-Museum-of-Poles-Saving-Jews.pdf

More information: Visit/ For Visitors

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