Living in the chateau during the Czechoslovak Republic

The route maps the period when the chateau became the property of an independent state after the end of the Habsburg monarchy. It was opened after a complete reconstruction on October 28 2018 just to the anniversary of the founding of the Czechoslovak Republic and the 100th anniversary of the chateau owned by the state. The tour represents the apartment from the time of the First Republic of the forest council Ing. Josef Mati family, who worked at the chateau as a forest manager in the years 1932-1935.

The new exhibition also presents the final phase of the existence of the Habsburg monarchy and events at the chateau under the last owner Austrian Emperor and Czech King Charles I. During World War I, there was a military hospital in the farmyard building.

Basic information

  • duration 40 minutes
  • max. 15 people

Opening hours

Period Days Hours
29. 6.–31. 8. Tue–Sun 11.15–13.15
1. 9.–27. 9. Tue–Sun 9.00–9.00
28. 9.–30. 9. Mon–Wed 9.00–9.00
1. 10.–1. 11. Tue–Sun 10.00–10.00

Admission

Czech guide tour

  • Full 120 CZK
  • Youth 6-18 years 80 CZK
  • Seniors 65+ 80 CZK
  • Family (2 full + 1-3 kids up to 15 years) 310 CZK
  • Children 0-6 years free
  • ISIC or EYCA Cards 80 CZK
  • Adults with ZOO Liberec ticket 80 CZK
  • Pedagogical accompaniment of school group free
  • Travel agency guides with group with reservation free
  • ZTP/P Guide free
  • Journalist with press accreditation free

reservation needed for groups only