Ghetto Museum

The Ghetto museum was opened in the former town school in 1991. Within the WWII the home (heim L417) for Jewish boys (10 - 15 years old) was here.

Permanent exhibition:

  • Memorial hall of children - the exhibition on the ground floor and mezzanine is dedicates to children of the ghetto (children names on the hall walls, their poems and drawings)
  • Terezín in the Final Solution, 1941-1945 - the exhibiton on the first floor describes the begining of the persecution of protectorate Jews, establishment and life in the ghetto, transports to work and extermination camps

Another service for visitors:

  • the electronic 3D model of the ghetto
  • watching of documentary film about history of the Ghetto Terezín in the cinema - it starts at 9:00, next every 30 minutes
  • short contemporary exhibitons in the cinema foyer
  • souvenir and book shop
  • refreshment (drink mashine)
  • study room for rent
  • without barriers
More details to the object you can find in Historical overview
Opening hours - daily 9am - 5pm
Admission - single/combination
Address -  Komenského 148, Terezín, GPS 50.511906, 14.149805
Duration - approx. 60min