As this writing, Kraków finally saw the long-awaited and much-anticipated reopening of Oskar Schindler's former enamel factory, reincarnated here as an interactive museum on Kraków's sad history during World War II. Exhibitions explore Schindler himself, the tragedy of Kazimierz and the Podgórze ghetto, as well as broader injustices, such as the Nazi occupation of Wawel Castle and the murder by the Nazis of Polish professors at Jagiellonian University. Much of the presentation is modeled on Warsaw's highly successful Museum to the Warsaw Uprising, meaning you can expect lots of audio and video, as well as an abundance of helpful signs in English.