The memorial is open for public from August, 21.

The history of the place, the fate and memories of those who were imprisoned in the camp will be presented in detail in the upcoming permanent exhibitions, which are expected to open in 2020.

Temporary exhibitions:

 The Roma and Sinti Genocide during World War II

On the premises of Prisoners´ block

 The exhibition focuses on the theme of Nazi persecution and slaughter of the Roma during World War II, especially on the territory of today’s Czech Republic. The exhibition is accompanied by a video recording of witnesses´ memories.

Selected finds from the archaeological research conducted at the location of the so-called Gypsy camp in Lety u Písku at the time of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia

(in cooperation with the Department of Archeology of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen) on the premises of Prisoners’ block

A collection of selected items from prisoners’ personal belongings and prison barracks and camp fencing, which were excavated during archaeological research at the site of the former Gypsy camp in Lety in 2017. The research was carried out by the Department of Archeology of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen as part of the European project “Accessing Campscapes: Inclusive Strategies for Using European Conflicted Heritage“.

 

The results of the Emílie Machálková and Karel Holomek Contest Commemorating the Holocaust of the Roma

(in cooperation with the public service company Živá paměť). On the premises of Wardens´ block

Competition models of memorial designs with given theme and the winning composition op. 42 “1396” dedicated to Hodonínu Kunštátu. Memorial to the Holocaust of the Roma and Sinti in Moravia in and to the victims of the Roma Holocaust.