Via Artis (Chateau Gallery + Episcopal Mint + Orlovna Gallery + Water House + Flower Garden)

Visit the unique collection of old masters’ paintings at the chateau gallery and at the exhibition of coin minting at the Episcopal Mint. Set your own pace to view the current contemporary art collections at Orlovna Gallery and visit the Archbishop’s Water House – an exceptional technical heritage from early 20th century.

Please note that the basic information regarding the opening hours relates only to the gallery of the Archbishop’s Chateau.

The opening hours of the Episcopal Mint, the Archbishop’s Water House and Orlovna Gallery cover every day except all Mondays, from 10.00 AM until 5.00 PM.

The Via Artis ticket is valid for three consequent days so you can use it to visit different art exhibitions in the town, including the old masters’ gallery, contemporary art at Orlovna Gallery, the exhibition of archiepiscopal coins and medals, as well as the technically unique historical Water House. You can finish your art quest at the Flower Garden that also offers numerous visual pleasures embodied in the plants, trees, and in seasonal exhibitions.

VIA ARTIS program 2019 AJ.pdf

Basic admission:

- adults

 

Family admission

- 2 adults and maximum 3 children up to 15 years

 

Free admission:

- children under 6

- holders of ZTP disabled badge under 18

- holders of ZTP/P badge and companions to ZTP/P badge holders

- holders of the following cards: ICOM, ICOMOS, NPU employee passes (1 + 3 family members maximum) and NPU free tickets

- journalists after previous accreditation

Basic information

  • duration 150 minutes
  • unlimited

Opening hours

Period Days Hours
1. 4.–14. 4. Sat–Sun 9.00–15.30
19. 4.–22. 4. Mon, Fri, Sat, Sun 9.00–15.30
23. 4.–30. 4. Sat–Sun 9.00–15.30
1. 5.–30. 6. Tue–Sun 9.00–16.30
1. 7.–31. 8. Tue–Sun 9.00–17.30
1. 9.–30. 9. Tue–Sun 9.00–16.30
1. 10.–31. 10. Sat–Sun 9.00–15.30
28. 10. Mon 9.00–15.30

Admission

Route without a guide

  • Basic 140 Kč
  • Family 380 Kč
  • Yearlong 490 Kč

reservation not necessary