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Archbishop's chateau
Arcibiskupský zámek

address: Sněmovní náměstí 1, 767 01 Kroměříž
web: https://www.zamek-kromeriz.cz
e-mail: zamek.kromeriz@npu.cz
phone No.: (+420) 573 502 011
GPS: 49°18'1.47"N 17°23'36.73"E
197m above sea level

47 m

excursion bus stop

Kroměříž

Archbishop's chateau source: Town Kroměříž
Archbishop's chateau source: Town Kroměříž
source: Czech Tourists Club - Picture atlas
source: Town Kroměříž
source: Czech Tourists Club - Picture atlas
source: Vít Pechanec
source: Vít Pechanec
source: Vít Pechanec
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Description: Large, originally renaissance castle in place of former residence of Olomouc bishops, had been rebuilt in baroque style and later again adapted. The castle garden in English park style includes several precious trees (some 500 years old). The flower garden is arranged in French style with many romantic buildings (summerhouse, colonnade) and a labyrinth.
Categories: chateau, museum
Certificates and membershipsTourist stamp
Services: barrier-free WC, event planning and hosting, free WiFi, Occasional concerts, reservation of accommodation in region, sale of novelties and souvenirs, sale of specialised literature, small boat rental, snacks, space available for rent, WC, weddings and other celebrations
Languages spoken: Czech, English, German
More information available at Wikipedia:

Tours / exhibitions

source/author: Czech Tourists Club - Picture atlas
Description:Text description available in various languages: Česky
Open to public:
Opening hours:
(GMT +1)
  • May Sa, Su 10:00-16:15 (with guide)
  • June Tu-Fr 10:00-15:00 (with guide)
  • June Sa, Su 10:00-16:00 (with guide)
  • July, August Tu-Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-15:30 (with guide)
  • September Tu-Su 9:00-14:30
  • October Sa, Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-13:30
Before visiting the building we recommend checking the current opening hours on the building's website or by contacting the operator by telephone.
closedClosed right now, as per business hours
Languages:tour guide (Czech, English, German)
Minimum / maximum number of people per guide?/70
source/author: Wikimedia Commons
Description:Text description available in various languages: Česky
Open to public:
Opening hours:
(GMT +1)
  • July, August Tu-Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-15:00 (with guide)
  • September Tu-Su 9:00-14:00 (with guide)
  • October Sa, Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-12:00 (with guide)
Before visiting the building we recommend checking the current opening hours on the building's website or by contacting the operator by telephone.
closedClosed right now, as per business hours
Languages:tour guide (Czech, English, German)
Minimum / maximum number of people per guide?/70
Description:Text description available in various languages: Česky
Open to public:
Opening hours:
(GMT +1)
  • May Sa, Su 10:00-16:15 (with guide)
  • June Tu-Fr 10:00-15:00 (with guide)
  • June Sa, Su 10:00-16:00 (with guide)
  • July, August Tu-Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-15:30 (with guide)
  • September Tu-Su 9:00-14:30
  • October Sa, Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-13:30
Before visiting the building we recommend checking the current opening hours on the building's website or by contacting the operator by telephone.
closedClosed right now, as per business hours
Languages:tour guide (Czech, English, German)
Minimum / maximum number of people per guide?/70
Description:Text description available in various languages: Česky
Open to public:no entry
Languages:tour guide (Czech, English, German)

Sala terrena

Description:Text description available in various languages: Česky
Open to public:
Opening hours:
(GMT +1)
  • July, August Tu-Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-17:30 (with guide)
  • September Tu-Su 9:00-16:30 (with guide)
  • October Sa, Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-15:30 (with guide)
Before visiting the building we recommend checking the current opening hours on the building's website or by contacting the operator by telephone.
closedClosed right now, as per business hours

Chateau tower

Open to public:
Opening hours:
(GMT +1)
  • May Sa, Su 10:00-16:15
  • June Sa, Su 10:00-16:00
  • July, August Tu-Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-17:00
  • September Tu-Su 9:00-16:00
  • October Sa, Su, state and other holidays (non-working days) 9:00-15:00
Before visiting the building we recommend checking the current opening hours on the building's website or by contacting the operator by telephone.
closedClosed right now, as per business hours

VII - cancelled

source/author: Wikimedia Commonssource/author: Wikimedia Commons
Description:Flowering garden. Possibility to ascend to the viewing footbridge on the Colonnade and tours of the tropical greenhouse.
Open to public:cancelled

VIII - cancelled

Description:Episcopal mint
Open to public:cancelled

Archbishop's chateau cellars - cancelled

Description:Placed at an underground depth of 6.5m. It measures 1030 m2 and is divided into the Upper and Lower cellar. The tradition of Měšní wine production has survived 735 years. The largest barrel can hold 19 100 litres and the oldest barrel is from 1805.
Open to public:cancelled
Languages:tour guide (Czech)

Archidiocesan Museum - cancelled

Open to public:cancelled
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47 m

excursion bus stop

Kroměříž

The nearest place for swimming
Kroměříž
1 km

Kroměříž

covered swimming pool for the public

Kroměříž

Nearest restaurant

76 m

restaurant

Kroměříž

Nearest information centre
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