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We happened to walk by this place and decided to check it out. My husband and I love history so we thought it was real interesting. The museum has 3 floors and has alot of torture instruments from history with descriptions and pictures/drawings. It was...More
Whent in to get aut of the rain and was happy I did.
The museum shoul have better markings so you know where to go it has a lot of stairs and off to the side almost hidden rooms. I had to go back and...More
An interesting activity to do if you have some free time. I wouldn't say appropriate for children though! All self guided with a few different sections. Would take you max an hour. Can't confirm the price but from what I remember it was a great...More
This museum is located in the Old Town Square (ignore the map in the Trip Advisor app - I'm not sure where it was trying to send me). It takes you underground into a dungeon-like complex that has a number of scenes of torture. There...More
€6 entry fee and very worth it. Just a random little place to spend 30 mins to witness some of the not so pleasant torture tools used throughout history. Has a dungeon feel to it, and it's a little novel idea if you're into things...More
The Museum of torture instruments is actually quite a treat, and much better than both me and my boyfriend had imagined beforehand. For me, who loves both history and gory horror movies (especially "Hostel", which was shot in Cesky Krumlov), it was close to perfect...More
As this type of exhibit goes, it's pretty good. It is genuinely creepy. The exhibit runs in the underground cellars under the town hall and follows a bunch of narrow corridors, stairs etc rather than being in a series of rooms.
It is basically a...More