Admission charges

In accordance with Order by the Director of the Terezín Memorial No. 2/2019:

Single ticket:

Small Fortress or Ghetto Museum

  • full: 180,- CZK
  • reduced: 150,- CZK

(The ticket for Ghetto Museum is valid for Magdeburg Barracks as well and vice versa)

Combined entrance:

Small Fortress + Ghetto Museum + Magdeburg Barracks

  • full: 220,- CZK
  • reduced: 170,- CZK
  • family ticket (max. 2 adults + 3 children): 430,- CZK
  • family ticket with the Family passport (max. 2 adults + unlimited number of children): 405,- CZK

Guided tours:

in Czech, English, German, French, Russian, Spanish and Italian – for groups from 10 persons – included in the entrance fee – it is necessary to book it in advance, smaller groups as well - for more information see HERE


The reduced entrance fee pay: children (6 – 18 y.o.), students (after showing the appropriate valid student card –  e.g. ISIC/ITIC) and seniors over 65 y.o.

The following persons need not pay the entrance fee: disabled, children until 5 y.o., teachers and bus drivers which are accompanying students’ or pupils’ groups (at most 1 teacher for 10 pupils), former prisoners of concentration camps and of other persecution establishment from WWII, ICOM-members (after showing the ID), press, holders of employee-cards issued by organizations established by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic


Entrance fee reduction:

each group bigger than 39 persons – CZK 10,- less per person


Senior passport:

Reduction for holders of the “Senior Pas” (issued by Sun Drive Communications s.r.o.) after showing the passport and ID – 10% (on October 1st, the International Day of Older Persons, is the reduction 40%)


Independent or guided, 90 minutes. Only the authorized guides by the Terezin Memorial are allowed to give tours in the area of the Small Fortress – see the Visitor code.


Days of Free Admission

In accordance with Government Resolution No. 96/2014 and the profile tasks set by the Czech Ministry of Culture, the Terezín Memorial will grant its visitors free admissions as follows:

Free entry to selected and permanent exhibitions on:

  • 1st June
  • 28th September
  • 28th October

Applies to objects: Crematorium, Prayer room, Mortuary, Columbarium, Replica of Attics, Ceremonial rooms and the access to e-kiosks.

Free admission to all sites of the Terezín Memorial:

  • the third Sunday in May – on the occasion of the Terezín Commemoration Ceremony - this year (2020) it will be the Sunday 18th October!
  • 27th January – on the occasion of the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust and the Prevention of Crimes against Humanity

Order by the Director of the Terezín Memorial No. 2/2015 of 19th May 2015