Program of free entry to monuments around the world!
Do you want to get free admission to monuments around the world? Become our supporter and join the CNT Friends Club. Your support will enable us to continue our work to save Czech monuments and cultural heritage for future generations. On the other hand, you can enter more than 1,100 of INTO Places’s chateaux, castles and gardens free of charge.
Just fill out the form and support our goals with a donation of over CZK 2,000 and you can set off immediately.
We will inform you about all other benefits and newly opened places in occasional newsletters.
For permanent residents of the Czech Republic only.*
Where can I go?
All accessible places can be found on INTO Places. Below are places in the Czech Republic.
We will keep you informed about the opening of new and additional places.
Monument to Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach
A remarkable 19.century classicist tomb with a beautiful chapel is located in the village of Zdislavice near Kroměříž. The place is unique due to its technical and architectural solutions, unique atmosphere and sensitive integration into the terrain with the far reaching views of the landscape. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach is considered one of the most significant European literary figures of the 19th century. Twice nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature, in 1910 and 1911, the first woman to receive a doctorate from the University of Vienna, a poet and philanthropist.
Entry arrangements by arrangement
Open: April – October, every odd Saturday
Dates in 2022: 14.5., 28.5., 11.6., 25.6., 9.7., 23.7., 6.8., 20.8., 3.9., 17.9., 1.10., 15.10., 29.10.
Coal Mill and Boiler Room Libčice nad Vltavou
Originally constructed at the turn of the 19. and 20. century, the Coal Mill and Boiler Room have been converted into a multifunctional space for cultural, corporate and social events. Its ambition is to become the heart of the future artistic & cultural district in symbiosis with traditional craftsmanship and technological innovation. The building uniquely regenerates the once large industrial complex and returns it back to the local community. The project received many awards, including the National Price for Architecture in 2013.
Rožmitál Castle is situated eighty kilometers southwest of Prague in the Brdy mountain. It was founded as a mud castle in 13th century. It was a the birthplace of the prominent Czech queen Johana of Rožmitál, wife of Hussite king George of Poděbrady. The Castle was rebuilt as a renaissance chateau in the 16th century. It is managed by a group of volunteers from the charitable society Rožmitálský zámek, z.s. which also organizes many cultural activities there. The castle is open during the tourist season on Saturdays from 10:00 am till 5:00 pm.
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