Museums in South Moravian Region

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Museums in South Moravian Region

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  • Sergej G
    Riga, Latvia3 contributions
    Easy, stylish, proportionate. This architecture will be relevant for a long time. A style that was ahead of its time. Bravo!
    Written 31 December 2022
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  • Siemi_1
    Ens, The Netherlands31 contributions
    One of the reasons to come back to Brno was that we missed this museum last time.

    We looked this museum a lot. There are many different exhibitions. Of course we liked the cars. Both the Lada's were a trip down memory lane for me. My best friends dad used to have a Lada shop.

    Since I work in IT, the old computer stuff was great to see. The old game Room was a trip down memory lane as well.

    The bottom floor, with the open turbines and aircraft engines was interesting to see as well.

    The staff was very friendly and helpful, however, they are only able to speak Czech. That's something which applies to the whole museum. It's focus is strictly czech. As a result of which there is a huge exhibition about the Czech history and the falling off the iron curtain.

    I rated it the maximum of 5 stars, even when there are some drawbacks for foreigners. What didn't catch my interest is surely interesting for others. The game Room could have been a bit more hands on. It would be so nice of there were a few arcades from the past. The experimental centre at the top floor really needs English information. Luckily I paid attention at school and could explain some to my son.

    We spent around 3,5 hours in here on a hot day. It is advisable to go on a less hot day, since it is a pity to spent such day inside and the airco inside can't deal with such heat.

    All in all, very nice experience.
    Written 3 August 2020
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  • chimayred
    Durham, NH2,300 contributions
    a gorgeous citadel on a hill with great views, nice but not massive gardens. We didn't go in. Right off the main square in this delightful surprise of a Moravian gem.
    Written 5 September 2021
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  • UGM_BRNO
    Brno, Czech Republic3,290 contributions
    Summer time is the best time to become star observer at least being located in Europe. In Brno you could observe the SUN model decorating the place nearby the Observatory and Planetarium. Mr Dusek, the manager, lifted up his light sword and enjoyed the gathering of owners of light swords in Brno including kids and seniors too. You should have been with us!
    Written 14 July 2022
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  • Polo M
    Paris, France486 contributions
    This place is the exact spot where Gregor Mendel, the father of genetics, performed his peaplant experiments.
    The museum sits next to the garden, observatory, and church where Mendel studied. There is a small cafe inside with some gift items. The admission ticket was about €2-3, with free coat and backpack check.
    Inside you're guided by a timeline of Mendel's life, his parents, his study, his notes, and any new advances in genetics. There's interactive peas where you can count the results of a punnet square.
    The museum is quite small. It took me about 20-30 minutes to get through it. Friendly staff, and great history.
    Written 16 November 2021
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  • Marachi72
    Prague, Czech Republic17 contributions
    A 10 minute walk from central Brno, next to a gallery and near lots of murals is The Museum of Romani Culture. This museum shares the diverse and important history of Romani - with emphasis on Romani in Bohemia, Moravia, Slovakia and the wider central Europe area. It is a big subject to get into 6 beautifully done rooms. We get culture, belief, migration, work and a lot of systematic oppression including the Holocaust. I found out about how Slovakian Romani fought against Fascism with the partisans. It is a museum of living culture and that is shown especially in rooms 5 and 6. There are lots of fascinating artefacts and music everywhere.

    It makes me feel sick to read other reviews complaining about 'the area' the museum is in. They mean Roma live in the area and that it is not an area for their fellow bigots. The area is great. Go there. You can use your Brno Card as well.
    Written 20 December 2022
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  • UGM_BRNO
    Brno, Czech Republic3,290 contributions
    Art is able to transform our lives. I have offered to some friends a guided tour at the Moravian Gallery to share my love for the very special collection full of beauty inside the Governor´s Palace. I have warned the small group of visitors that they would only taste the exhibition named BRNO suburb of Vienna. Why? – I want all of them to feel the need to return and come repeatedly. We have agreed that I could make a picture if they feel like building a memory documenting the instant relation between the artefact and its admirer. Maybe you will join us next time for the permanent exhibitions of the Moravian Gallery are free of charge. So save the money and invest into your HAPPINESS.
    Written 14 July 2022
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  • diver8264
    Prague, Czech Republic231 contributions
    Most of the time there was just us two in the museum (just missed a large group of schoolkids) so no problem looking at the exhibits undisturbed.
    Good displays, and the full size mammoth is impressive, but most information is only in Czech.
    The replica cave paintings I enjoyed especially, good photos are possible.
    There is a small cafe inside the building, and souvenir shop.
    There are gardens around the building with some statues etc, but nothing special at that time of year.
    Written 12 October 2020
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  • BorisJr
    76 contributions
    Great cellars and nice place for small degustation of good wine and also big labirint. We tried more offers of wine like tasting menu. The better choice were white wines. Personal is nice and the serve small snack (homemade pate). Where you stayed in Valcice, you need to try it
    Written 22 November 2017
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  • UGM_BRNO
    Brno, Czech Republic3,290 contributions
    I was lucky being invited to visit this Brno villa designed by Ernst Wiesner while rooms were full of flowers arranged by contemporary floral designers. One more thing attracted my attention - the fashion parade - hommage to Elsa Schiaparelli. My friend and me had our hats on as well and we applauded to beautiful ladies and their creations. We had enjoyed the inspiring moments and wish you to have the fall of grace too.
    Written 17 November 2019
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  • Thomastattoos Z
    Montelimar, France114 contributions
    I knew it´s a rather small museum, this is why i was absolutely blown away by the amount of fantastic vehicles, cars, motorcycles, accessories, everything... What a cool place, and on top of that the tickets were only 4 euro per person. The only problem i had that this beautiful collection would deserve a bigger place, sometimes difficukt to take proper photos as the vehicles are too close to each other. But yes, it´s truly a MUST to see. Wooow.
    Written 8 September 2019
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  • Lenka D
    Prague, Czech Republic26 contributions
    Moc pěkné a velmi zajímavé historické místo na Jižní Moravě.Very nice and interesting historical place in South Morava.
    Written 18 July 2021
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  • qtsam17
    Sandhurst, UK113 contributions
    With the knowledge here this could be expanded much more.
    Its all in one hall but wasnt expensive to get in so I feel it was worth the visit
    Most artifacts are copies but this is only because the originals were bombed in the war and luckily they took photos of the originals.
    Very interesting about the Mammoths but need a little something extra to bring more people.
    All the staff I spoke to here could speak good English and they had leaflets in English
    I would recommend visiting
    Written 7 August 2019
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  • Janka K
    Brno, Czech Republic5,902 contributions
    Great bike/kick scooter destination for a short trip in Brno. The girl at cash desk was very nice and allowed us to leave my and my friend's kick scooter at the gift shop where also the cash desk was. Thumb up for that!
    Entrance 50 crows in more than fair, considering the fun you will have taking all those pictures in tractors. In general, I was pleasantly surprised by the place as I was little afraid that it will be kind of boring (I'm not 6-years old boy).
    The museum was full of children, mostly boys. I understand that this must be heaven for them, especially the new tractor models. Children can do also other activities, such as coloring some pictures and hang them later on the wall.
    The place has a small refreshment corner with coffee machine and places to sit. You might take a break from picture taking, or watching your kids climbing up and down from tractors.
    Written 29 October 2019
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  • UGM_BRNO
    Brno, Czech Republic3,290 contributions
    Are you interested in history of the Czech Republic, mainly in history of the Moravian region? - If your answer is yes, then hurry up to the main building of the Moravian museum,i.e. the Dietrichstein Palace, and enjoy the exposition celebrating the century of the Czech Republic. If you are a fan of mineralogy and geology, then go to the exposition focusing on the stones and rocks including precious stones and meteorites too. If you prefer to listen to the stories of great man, then go and be inspired exploring the cabinet of Karel Absolon, the grandson of Jindrich Wankel, the father of Moravian archeology. Another great story to be listened inside the Mendelianum - part of the Bishop´s courtyard - next to the main building of the museum. Music of Leos Janacek to be celebrated inside the Janacek Memorial - one of my favourite places where to go during the Museum night in Brno. Of course do not miss the Anthropos - the unique exhibition allowing you to study the oldest history of "Moravian Hunters and Gatherers". Have a good time exploring the second largest and second oldest museum of the Czech Republic. During the official state days (bank holidays) in the Czech Republic the admission is free of charge. Do not miss the Museum night in May, there is only a symbolic fee to enter, have fun!
    Written 26 May 2019
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