Since the cemetery is located at the same place as at the beginning of the Jewish community in the 14th century, it undoubtedly belongs to the oldest Jewish burial grounds in Moravia. You can find it about 200 meters southwest of the Jewish Quarter, under Obruka Park. The cemetery has an irregular, almost triangular shape. On the slope there are about 25 irregular rows of burial places situated in a rather unusual way - perpendicularly to the contours. The oldest surviving tombstones date from the end of the 17th century, the last funeral took place at the beginning of WWII.
The Jewish cemetery is open to the public all year round.