The extensive and unique collection of precious paintings was founded by Olomouc Bishop Karel II of Liechtenstein-Castelcorn in the second half of the 17th century. The part of the collection kept in Kroměříž consists of almost five hundred paintings exhibited in historical halls and a gallery; the second part is on exhibition in the Archdiocesan Museum in Olomouc. The collection has an extraordinary artistic value and is one of the most significant in the entire Europe. In the chateau gallery itself you can see over 85 originals of works by important European painters from the Gothic to the Rococo period: Tizian, van Dyck or L. Cranach.
Chateau Gallery - due to reconstruction closed in season 2021
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* The chateau is closed to the public (except for announced events and accompanying programs).
- Groups over 15 persons are required to book the tour.
- Tour groups consist of at least 6 paying persons.
Admission without a Guide
Reduced admission fee:
- children and youth aged 6–15
- students aged 15–26 with valid student card
- elderly people aged 65+
- elderly people with Senior Passport
- disabled people (with relevant document) and their accompaniment
Family admission fee:
- 2 adult and children under 15
- holders of the Family Passport
- children under 6
- journalists (upon previous accreditation)
- holders of the Olomouc Region Card
- The chateau gallery is accessible individually, commentary of a guide is available upon request.
- The duration of an individual tour (descriptions of paintings or a printed syllabus) is about 60 minutes.