Intended for : Family, Group, Small Children with Adult, Senior, Tourist, School Group, foreign Tourist
As: by foot, by bike, by car, by bus, by train
GPS: 50°32'1.812"N, 14°7'58.860"E
Distance from the center: 0.11 km
Opening times: Tuesday - Sunday 10 AM to 5 PM
Museum is situated in historic building, so it has no barrier-free access.
The old Town Hall (now the museum) is the oldest Renaissance building in the town. At the northern corner of the house is a copy of the statue of Roland (the original is in the museum). At the bottom of the column is bricked up the Czech elbow - old length measure (approximately 59 cm). In the arcade of Dlouhá street you can find the rest of the pillory. In 1916 part of the western front collapsed and the town hall had to be reconstructed. The building now serves as a regional museum. Inside we find a stone staircase and Renaissance hall with original coffered ceiling and wood paneling.
In addition to the permanent exhibition, the museum regularly organizes exhibitions from its own collection and loans from other museums.
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