I went to the museum specially for the Pinkas Synagogue and the children's drawings. The queue to buy tickets was painfully slow because of the confusion about the different categories of tickets, so many tourists didn't know which one to buy. That caused a lot of delay at the cash desk, staffed by only one person (who was quite rude to some confusing visitors). Also, the museum seem quite expensive.
Anyway, I loved the memorial for the Terezin children. It had a display containing drawings in different categories. Some of the drawings showed hope of returning home, others depicted life in a concentration camp. It was really sad to know that most of those children had dreams and hopes, but lived and died in inhumane conditions, without having their wishes granted. The display was quite small and could be filled with more drawings. Also, the space was crowded with visitors and it was hard to read the information displayed. I can't imagine how it is in summer time.
The cemetery is the only place where photos are permitted, with a small fee. Also, I had to pay to use the toilet. Since the entrance fee to the museum is already high, people can be disappointed with the whole experience. If it wasn't for the children's drawings, I would give 2 stars for this museum.
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