The Lesser Fortress
From 1940 to 1945 the Lesser Fortress served as the prison of the Prague Gestapo. In 1994 a new permanent exhibition was opened here, 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.
The Lesser Fortress 1940-1945
The Terezín Memorial art exhibition
The Litoměřice Forced Labour Camp 1944-1945
The Internment Camp for Germans - the Lesser Fortress 1945-1948
The Lesser Fortress' exhibition spaces are used for short-term exhibitions, documentary films are shown in the cinema, and a variety of brochures, books, videocassettes and souvenirs are on sale.
Terezín in the "Final Solution", 1941-1945
The Ghetto Museum also presents short-term exhibitions, documentary films are shown in the cinema, and a variety of brochures, books, videocassettes and souvenirs are on sale.
The Ghetto Museum
The Ghetto Museum opened in 1991 in the building of the former Terezín School. The exhibitions have been arranged with the assistance of former prisoners of the Terezín Ghetto.
Replica of a prison dormitory from the Ghetto period
Music in the Terezín Ghetto
Art in the Terezín Ghetto
Literary works in the Terezín Ghetto
Theatre in the Terezín Ghetto
The Magdeburg Barracks
The former Magdeburg Barracks have been reconstructed, and were opened in 1997; the building also houses the Meeting Centre.
Exequies in the Ghetto and the Central Morgue
Columbarium, Ceremonial Halls and Central Morgue
Opened on October 16, 2001.
Death and burial in the Terezín Ghetto
The Crematorium at the Jewish Cemetery