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.
|Concessions (students aged 15–26 ; senior citizens over the age of 65)||60 CZK|
|Children aged 6 - 15||50 CZK|
|Family admission (max. 2 adults and up to 4 children to the age of 15)||140 CZK|
Admission to selected programmes is stipulated on an individual basis.
Admission to events for the public:
Easter in the Village, Autumn in the Village, Christmas in Zubrnice is stipulated 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
Tours begin every hour on the hour.
One of the museum’s peculiarities is the separate large area beyond the village that has five surviving watermills, though three of them are now in ruins. A total of twenty-seven mills were built on twelve kilometres of Luční potok (Meadow Stream), something that is entirely unique in Central Europe. We are adapting the entire area known as Mill Valley to return it to its appearance in the mid-19th century as shown on the cadastral map. This work takes in sensitive planting of large fruit trees in the remnants of the old orchards. Today, the route taken by the visitor to get to the mill already runs through a restored landscape in which mature avenues of fruit trees of old varieties provide welcome shade along well-kept paths.
There are also a wayside shrine and a wayside cross to see here. A row of osier willows cut to a spherical crown will delight visitors in the spring.