Terezin Memorial: Entry Ticket Combo w. Guided Walking Tour

Terezin Memorial: Entry Ticket Combo w. Guided Walking Tour

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Visit the Small Fortress, the Magdeburg Barracks, and the Ghetto Museum in Terezin and learn about the complicated history which unfolded in 1941.

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Starting times 11:00 AM, 2:00 PM
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  • See the former military complex which was transformed into concentration camp
  • Learn about the history of the Terezin camp from local guide
  • Walk through the permanent exhibition in the Ghetto museum
  • See the former administration offices in Magdeburg Barracks
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Gain entry to 3 of the main historical sites of the Terezin Memorial and learn about the historical events which took place here during WWII and the people who were affected. Visit the Small Fortress, where a guided tour is included, and the Ghetto Museum and the Magdeburg Barracks in the Terezin Ghetto. Start the tour at the Small Fortress outside of the ticket office where you meet your tour guide. From 1940 to 1945 the Small Fortress served as the prison of the Prague Gestapo. Visit the permanent exhibition that is devoted to the history of the political prison; it bears witness to the persecution of the Czech nation under the Nazi regime during the Second World War and records the fates of Czech prisoners transferred to other concentration camps within the Nazi German Reich. Afterward, make your way to the former Terezin Ghetto where the Magdeburg Barracks and Ghetto Museum are located. The Ghetto Museum is located in the former municipal school and you will see there the Permanent exhibition: Terezín in the Final Solution, 1941-1945. In addition to this documentary exhibition, there is also a Memorial Hall of the Terezín Ghetto’s Children, devoted to its youngest victims, plus a selection from the world-famous drawings made by children from the Ghetto. The Magdeburg Barracks was established in Terezín on November 24, 1941. After the Nazi occupation of the Czech lands, the Magdeburg Barracks played a particularly important role in the Ghetto. The Barracks housed the offices of the different departments of the Ghetto’s so-called Jewish self-administration, as well as flats of some of the Ghetto’s leading officeholders. The Magdeburg Barracks were though also known as a venue of major cultural events, divine services, lectures, and meetings. The Crematorium, Terezín Jewish Cemetery, and Columbarium are located approximately 1,5 kilometers by walk from the Terezin Ghetto and no entrance ticket is required.
  • Entry to Small Fortress
  • Entry to Ghetto Museum
  • Entry to Magdeburg Barracks
  • 60-75 Minutes guided walking tour of the Small Fortress
  • Guided walking tour of Ghetto Museum and Magdeburg Barracks
  • Transportation between the Small Fortress and Ghetto Museum
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  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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  • A guided tour is provided only in the Small Fortress.
  • In case you miss the guided tour this ticket can be also used for a self-guided tour through the Small Fortress anytime during the opening hours.
  • The distance between the Small Fortress and Ghetto Museum is approx. 1 km (15 minutes walk).
  • Disabled, children until 5 y.o., former prisoners of concentration camps and of other persecution establishments from WWII and ICOM-members (after showing the ID) do not need to pay the entry fee.
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September 14, 2020

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