Once you are inside the museum you will have the chance of going into the hop house in the middle of the village, the post-war school and the village shop from the 1930s.
|1. 4. - 30. 4.||Sat, Sun open on weekends and bank holidays||10:00 – 16:00|
|1. 5. - 30. 6.||Tue - Sun||10:00 – 17:00|
|1. 6. - 31. 8.||Tue - Sun||9:00 – 18:00|
|1. 9. - 30. 9.||Tue - Sun||9:00 – 17:00|
|1. 10. - 31. 10.||Sat, Sun open on weekends and bank holidays||10:00 – 16:00|
|Concessions (students aged 15–26 ; senior citizens over the age of 65)||140 CZK|
|Children aged 6 - 15||80 CZK|
|Children to the age of 6||Free|
|Family admission (max. 2 adults and up to 4 children to the age of 15)||340 CZK|
|Groups of 15 or more people – basic admission||140|
|Groups of 15 or more children – to the age of 6||60|
Koupit vstupenku on-line
Vstupenka do areálu Historical Village
- Admission to selected programmes is stipulated on an individual basis.
- Admission to events for the public is stipulatech on an individual basis.
- Admission outside the main season (January – March, November – December)
- Tours outside opening hours/outside the main season are possible only for a minimum of 10 people following prior agreement by telephone/e-mail and with a 100% surcharge over and above the regular admission.
- Telephone: +420 475 228 267
The museum is part of the village Zubrnice, wedged into the picturesque and dramatic landscape of the Central Bohemian Uplands. The ancient layout of the village green, dominated by the originally Gothic Church of Saint Mary Magdalene, has been preserved. The village is characterised by opulent Late Classicist buildings – the consequence of effective economic exploitation of the local landscape in the form of fruit cultivation and drying and the export of products along the River Elbe to Germany and, perhaps most importantly, a lucrative hop trade. Zubrnice has been a protected conservation area since 1995.
The open air museum was created as a conservation museum largely for the Central Bohemian Uplands area, though it is formed primarily of village buildings standing on their original sites. These unique buildings will captivate you at first glance. Once you are inside the museum you will have the chance of going into the hop house in the middle of the village, the post-war school and the village shop from the 1930s. In Mill Valley, you might be interested in the small functional mill and the authentic landscape that we are gradually reshaping in its original form from the middle of the 19th century.
In addition to holding large events for the public, the museum also prepares a great many educational programmes, special tours and exhibitions of traditional folk culture and art. In the main season, you can take a ride on a historical railcar from Ústí nad Labem operated by the Zubrnická museální železnice, zs. (Zubrnice Museum Railway Society), which also runs a small museum at the Zubrnice – Týniště train station.
The museum is particularly attractive taken as a whole, taking advantage of the local buildings sensitively complemented by relocated buildings and the unique cultural landscape.