The main focus for tourists is the Museum of the Ghetto. Formerly a school, and during the Nazi years a home for boys ages 10-15, this building now houses displays including original works of art from the ghetto. Additionally, it includes a detailed explanation of the way Terezín was used in 1944 to fool the International Red Cross into condoning the Nazi’s treatment of the Jews. Boys who lived here published their own magazine, “Vedem.”