Owner of the Terezín Memorial - Czech Republic. The Terezín Memorial is a State-Funded Institution.
Other services and information:
- Tour reservations, souvenir sales, archives, educational seminars
- Showing of documentary films in the cinemas of the Small Fortress and of the Ghetto Museum – the list of the films you can see HERE
- Still and video photography: in exteriors or/and interiors for individual needs only – free of charge. It is forbidden to use selfie sticks and tripods in interiors for safety reasons.
- Video photography for professional needs: possible only on base of a special permission given by the leadership of the Memorial – it is necessary to apply to it in advance in written form – read the terms of permission HERE
- Parking: Small Fortress – 200 m (paid, flat price per hour in entire Terezín: 40 CZK for buses, 10 CZK for cars), Ghetto Museum & Magdeburg Barracks – on the street (cars: free of charge, buses have to park on one of three parking places in Terezín)
- ATM - inside of the Small Fortress and on the main square in Terezín
- Access for disabled:
- Small Fortress – sight-seeing route except for the underground passage, cinema, ground-floor of the museum, most of the exhibition spaces, bathroom
- Ghetto Museum – accessible for disabled
- Magdeburg Barracks – accessible for disabled
- Crematorium – the acces for disabled is planed
- Ceremonial Halls and Central Morgue – accessible for disabled
- Columbarium – by that time inaccessible for disabled
- Prayer room from the time of the Terezín ghetto - accessible for disabled
- Replica of attic - inaccessible for disabled
The archives of the Terezin Memorial in the Small Fortress is open for public on workdays (Mo – Fr) between 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. After these times you can write us your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Persons interested in information about imprisonment can come without previous arrangement. Researchers must send a request for permission to study in the archives or photo archives. After the request is approved by the director of the Terezin Memorial or his deputy they can arrange the term of their visit in the archives (at least two days before the planned visit).
All premises of the Terezín Memorial are under 24 hour live/recorded video surveillance for your protection.