Tour Route II – Utility Buildings

The second tour route presents the utility buildings which often did not survive in historic buildings. These include the kitchen,servant's dining hall, castellan’s apartment, bathroom, mangle room, ironing room, etc. The route goes through both internal courtyards where the chateau building transformations are most apparent.

Basic information

  • duration 30 minutes
  • max. 25 people

Opening hours

Period Days Hours
30. 3.–31. 3. Sat–Sun 9.00–15.00
1. 4.–30. 4. Sat–Sun 9.00–15.00
19. 4. Fri 9.00–15.00
20. 4. Sat 9.00–16.00
22. 4. Mon 9.00–15.00
1. 5.–31. 8. Tue–Sun 9.00–16.00
1. 9.–30. 9. Tue–Sun 9.00–15.00
1. 10.–27. 10. Sat–Sun 9.00–15.00
28. 10.–30. 10. Mon–Wed 9.00–15.00
31. 10.–29. 11. closed
30. 11.–1. 12. Sat–Sun 10.00–16.00
2. 12.–6. 12. Mon–Fri 9.00–10.00
7. 12.–8. 12. Sat–Sun 11.00–15.00
9. 12.–27. 3. closed

Admission

Commentary in Czech

  • Adults 90 CZK
  • Children aged 6-15, students aged 15-26, OAPs over 65, holders of a ZTP (a pass for the disabled) over 18 60 CZK
  • Family admission (maximum 2 adults and three children up to 15) 240 CZK
  • Children under 6, holders of a ZTP/P pass and ZTP/P guides, holders of a ZTP pass up to 18, holders of ICOM, ICOMOS and holders of National Heritage Institute ID cards and journalists after accreditation at the chateau administration are all free

Foreign Language Commentary (German and Polish)

  • Adults 160 CZK
  • Children aged 6-15, students aged 15-26, OAPs over 65, holders of a ZTP (a pass for the disabled) over 18 110 CZK
  • Family admission (maximum 2 adults and three children up to 15) 430 CZK
  • Children under 6, holders of a ZTP/P pass and ZTP/P guides, holders of a ZTP pass up to 18, holders of ICOM, ICOMOS and holders of National Heritage Institute ID cards and journalists after accreditation at the chateau administration are all free

reservation needed for groups only