Museum Vysočina Třebíč

The most notable landmark of Třebíč is a former Benedictine monastery with St Procopius‘ Basilica, which was founded in 1101 and rebuilt into a castle after the devastating wars of the 16th century.


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Period: summer

The castle houses the Vysočina Museum in Třebíč. The castle tour shows visitors how the last owners from the Waldstein family once lived. Attractive historic premises provide a setting for modern exhibitions that focus on the monastery’s history and both living and non-living nature, and present significant personalities from throughout the region.

Typical nativity scenes from Třebíč and moldavites are also on display. An interactive exhibition in the lower castle will certainly appeal to those who prefer live demonstrations of history over descriptions. The chateau grounds with St Procopius‘ Basilica, together with the Jewish quarter and cemetery, are inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List.


Foto: Vladimír Kunc, Muzeum Vysočiny Třebíč - Tomáš Bartůšek

Opening hours:

September – June: Tuesday – Sunday: 9:00 – 12:00, 13:00 – 17:00

July – August:  daily: 9:00 – 12:00, 13:00 – 17:00