This visit is essential to understanding the complicated history that unfolded here in 1941, when the region’s thousand-year-old Jewish communities were deported through Terezin to death camps. Terezin was completely different psychologically and physically from any of the 632 other camps. You will visit the Gestapo prison, the Terezin Museum, the Crematorium, the hidden synagogue (only recently uncovered), and the newly opened exhibition at Magdeburg Barracks. Understand what happened to so many innocent people through actual artifacts, children’s drawings, poetry, and other rare items which survived their owners to speak so eloquently for them.
Daily with advance booking at 10:00 a.m.
|Includes:||All entrance fees|
|Duration:||Approximately 5 Hrs.|
|Start Time:||10:00 am|
|Minimum amount:||2 minimum; groups of 3 or more will have their admissions paid.
Please be aware that If there are less than 3 people on the tour, we may take measures to accommodate you with our partners who run the exact same tour at the same time. Also note, that if there are 3 people on a group tour, you may travel in a private sedan.
|Meeting Place:||MEETING LOCATION:
The Franz Kafka Memorial Statue at the Spanish Synagogue.
You may use the nearby cafe PastaCaffe if you wish to wait in there, or use their bathrooms.
|Optional:||Private tour available upon request|