Terezin Concentration Camp Tour from Prague
Visit the notorious Terezín Concentration Camp that held over 150,000 prisoners
Tour the small fortress, which served as the prison for Prague’s Gestapo
See the Ghetto Museum, housed in the former Terezín School
Visit the Terezín Concentration Camp on a 5-hour excursion from Prague. During the Nazi occupation, this camp held over 150,000 prisoners. You’ll see the Memorial of National Martyrdom, the Small Fortress, and the Ghetto Museum at this haunting site.
With an expert guide you’ll visit the Memorial of National Martyrdom, built in memory of the victims of Nazi political and racial persecution during World War II. This is the only such site of its kind in the Czech Republic.
You’ll also visit the small fortress which served as a prison for the Prague Gestapo. As you explore the site you’ll learn about the persecution of the Czech nation by the Nazi regime and the fates of Czech prisoners transferred to other concentration camps within Nazi Germany’s Third Reich.
Lastly you’ll see the Ghetto Museum, which was opened in 1991 in the building that housed the former Terezín School. The Museum’s exhibits were arranged with the assistance of former prisoners of the Terezín Ghetto.
• Pick-up service from central Prague hotels upon request
• Expert guide
• Museum entrance fee
What's Not Included:
• Hotel drop-off service
Good to Know:
The children's price applies to children 10 years old and under. The student's price applies to students 26 years old and under who are in possession of an ISIC Card.
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“The tour was very good. Worth taking the time to go to!”
Reviewed by Lynn from Akron, United States on January 7th, 2014 The tour was good. A HUGE amount of history brought to the present. Time was a good amount.
“chilling yet memorable......hard to put into words how to process”
Reviewed by Judy from San Antonio, United States on January 15th, 2013 The subject matter was grisly and horrifying but our guide did an excellent job of sharing information without being overtly depressing. The trip to and from Terezin was filled with useful and informative dialogue between our guide and the three different language groups on our tour. The tour is one that keeps alive the memory of what can happen when evil goes unchecked.
It is hard for me to get my head around what we saw and know that in that exact spot people were in preparation to be murdered.
It was my first experience with a site like this and I am not sure how to explain my feelings.You have to be in the right frame of mind when going to a site like this.
From a purely tour standpoint it was fine, no complaints.
“Small fortress and the ghetto museum were the best, the bus ride was a miss”
Reviewed by Reto from Bern, Switzerland on October 8th, 2012 The tour of the small fortress was very good, our guide told us things in a very lively and interesting way. Also a visit to the ghetto museum would have sufficed, but they set aside more time for that. Combined with the Magdeburg barracks and the crematorium, the whole thing was very long-winded and tiring for students. We departed about an hour late, which was very irritating. Also we already knew most of what the guide told us. In the future I'd take public transport to Theresienstadt.
Reviewed by Martina from Überlingen, Germany on October 3rd, 2012 A great tour with a ton of information included. We really liked the tour.
“Thing , respect!”
Reviewed by Marco from Oxford, United Kingdom on July 1st, 2012 Its very intresting every one must se to understand how innocent people suffer you se a lot and you thing after , Karel the tour guide very passion in explaining every thing .
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