Visitors need to have tickets and keep to the House Rules.
Every single visit to the building of the Memorial House is registered.
Only valid tickets will be accepted, so make sure that you have them, if you want to enter the Memorial House, our lectures or programs. There are some exceptions, of course, since we have programs for free, too.
Vehicles are forbidden in the building (e.g. bicycle, scooter, motor, rollerblades, skateboard, etc.).
Food and drinks are not allowed to bring in and consume.
Persons under the influence of alcohol or any other drugs are not allowed to enter the building, even if they have their tickets. Members of security service staff have the right to ask these persons to leave the building. After first warning, they may take out the person or persons who disturb the program, and if needed, they call the police.
Violence, bluster, fight, endangering others are not acceptable behaviour in the Memorial House.
Devices, equipments and the exhibited material should be used according to the rules and instructions. Deconstructing and damaging the exhibition material is strictly forbidden. Please put back the parts of the devices to their place after finishing the game.
Actions of the employees of the Memorial House are obligatory regarding visitors.
If you notice any unusual happening, please inform the employees about it.
By accepting the House Rules, visitors approve the use of their photos and videos made in the Memorial House, even if this was not asked in advance – in accordance with the law about personal rights – and no material requests can be made afterwards.
These are the House Rules. The visitor who violates these rules, after warning can be forbidden to enter the building for a while or permanently, and an official process may be initiated against them. The person, who violates the Rules or - in case of children - the person, who accompanied them is responsible for any harm and damage done by the violation of the House Rules. If the violation of House Rules is an act against the law, too, the person who violated them or the supervisor of the child is responsible according to the law and they will bear possible legal sanctions.
Keep to the House Rules - this is our common interest. We kindly ask our guests to help our work this way.
We are open to suggestions or advices.
You may leave your notes in our Guestbook!