JINDŘICHŮV HRADEC, THE CITY ON THE 15TH MERIDIAN
Jindřichův Hradec is an exciting town that is a perfect destination for everyone, whether you love culture, history, social events or just crave for doing sports. If you look for more than city landmarks, you will certainly appreciate its surrounding natural beauty.
TOP 6 locations to visit
State Castle and Chateau
Third largest National Heritage complex of the Czech Republic is a dominant landmark of the town. It is a Renaissance gem with three courtyards and an outstanding music pavilion called Rondel.
House of Tapestries
An interactive museum for children and adults with a presentation of hand-weaving, a far-famed and long-standing tradition typical for this town that became famous thanks to Marie Hoppe Teinitzer in the early 20th century.
Museum of Jindřichův Hradec Region
The best-known attraction of the museum is the world’s largest mechanical nativity scene called Krýzovy jesličky (or Krýza’s Nativity Scene), which is, as such, listed in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Museum of Photography and Modern Visual Media
Exhibitions of Czech and international photographers will find their audience among professionals as well as amateurs or pure enthusiasts.
Aqua Show in St Florian Shopping Centre
A truly unique show that combines music, light effects and video is one of its kind in the Czech Republic and second only in Europe.
Old Town Hall
The exhibition house Old Town Hall, found in the newly reconstructed building formerly used as a town hall, offers permanent exhibitions and a city gallery hosting temporary projects.
The newly refurbished rooms of the Chateau Mill offer an exhibition on fish farming and forestry in the Jindřichův Hradec Region.