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Part of the Terezin Memorial. The Ghetto Museum was opened in 1991 in the building of the former Terezin School. The exhibitions have been arranged with the assistance of former prisoners of the Terezin Ghetto.
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This museum has a lot of information in English and some artefacts from the people who were imprisoned in the ghetto. It would take at least 1.5hrs to read everything. The way that it is displayed could be a bit more interesting, however -- it...More
If you like to read everything plan to take 1 1/2 hours to go through this small museum. Each area tells a story of how the Jewish population was destroyed and also shares many individual stories. Powerful stores and reminders of the past.
I visited this place and saw the exhibits that are here. The use of video brings the horrors of Terezin to life, the information is excellently displayed and written and the physical exhibits are well worth a look too.
This was a superb visit to the see the art by the Children by the ghetto. sublime examples which bring home to you the conditions that the children had to endure here.
One bit that I liked was a section covering the the Camp Commanders....More
Overall, I think Terezin is a more moving site than Auschwitz ... it's more human in scale, which makes what happened there easier to envision. Also, with far fewer tourists, you have more space to reflect. That said, the museum, which is where most visitors...More