Jewish quarters in Czech cities are a phenomenon of pan-European significance. They are of great historical value, as well as touristic potential. Among all these Jewish quarters, Boskovice can boast one of the most interesting and best preserved Jewish quarters in the country. Its urbanistic and architectural value makes it a magnet for visitors both domestic and foreign. The museum exhibition spanning three rooms on the building’s second floor shows the country’s variegated Jewish communities in their full breadth, as well as the historical causes for their founding and their locations, and their typical urbanistic, architectural, and functional traits. It also describes day-to-day ghetto life, how the quarters developed after losing their original inhabitants, and how this cultural heritage is being looked after. These presentations use panels with historical documents, maps, blueprints, black-and-white historical photos, modern color photos, and explanatory text, as well as display cases containing six models of selected types of Jewish quarters in the Czech Republic. The ground-floor Visitor’s Center connects to a room with models of the rabbi’s quarters and of the matzah bakery that once existed in this same building.