I love this place - quiet, cosy, with best hummus and cafe. Highly recommended!
I visited the centre during the festival last year. It's an interesting place with a friendly vibe and plenty of talks and activities to participate in. The director even gave an impromptu talk to our tour group, sharing the history and purpose of the centre. I hope to visit again during this year's festival
My wife and I came to Cracow searching for our family history and wandered into the JCC. What a surprise! This incredibly colorful, lively place welcomed us as if we were long lost cousins. From the helpful volunteers -most of whom aren't even Jewish to the brilliant director and staff, this institution is absolutely inspiring. Do not miss a visit to the Krakow JCC if you are in Poland! It is life-changing.
Our family owns a property middle of Cracow- since before the war when we were all sent OUT. Does the JCC have someone who deals with evaluating the property (We have names on the title), and helping us to sell? Please respond to my email below . Thank you
I hate the look of this building it does not belong in the heart of Krakow. The modern look clashes with all the buildings around it and it takes away from the old world feel of the Old City. This building belongs somewhere else.
if they R so good, why when I get teher in friday night , and I didn't have place 2 do my Kidiush and seudat shabbath, and I'm eastern jewish, they send me away, with shamefacedly ??? I never saw a jewish ugly like them in all my traveling in the world, absolute disgrace
Great place and full of interesting events like poetry evenings, artist exhibitions. Always very helpful staff. I am very happy that we have a place like that in Krakow!
The gallery itself is excellent, and all exhibitions seem to be accompanied by quite a lot of surrounding events which is great. The actual quality of the shows themselves varies quite a bit. Loved the Bloomsbury Group show. The Transmigrations less so. But definitely worth visiting if you are visiting the city.
The Bloomsbury Exhibition is magnificent. Probably one of the best I have seen covering the Group, outside of the UK. It ends in January, so don't miss it! The whole atmosphere of Charleston is well captured, and the first edition Hogarth Press books are a particular highlight.