The exhibition is situated in basement areas of Water fort in Jesniky, which were all reconstructed. The Homeland museum of Jesenicko (Vlastivedne museum Jesenicka)presents there a new historical information about inquisitional processes in 17th century found in archive in Wroclaw.
The visitors are guided through by audio guideport in four languages. Historical information are mediated by touch screens. The strong impression from this exhibition is raised by a film story about the first victim of those witch trials directed by Peter Serge Butko. There is also a unique projection into a dry fog called fog screen technique.
The exposition was contributed by its founder The Olomouc county. It is opened all year long and it is not suitable for children under 13. To visit, you need to make an appointment.