January, February, March, November, December:
booking in advance only
Monday – Friday: min 10 people
Saturday, Sunday, public holiday: min 20 people
Monday – Friday: booking in advance only
Saturday, Sunday: 10:00 – 16:00
May, June, September:
open daily except Mondays: 9:00 – 16:00
daily: 9:00 – 17:00
Full admission: CZK 130
Seniors past 63: CZK 90
Discounted admission: CZK 80 (elementary pupils, secondary school and university students in full-time study until 26, Disability Card holders)
Pre-school children: CZK 20
Groups of school children: CZK 50 (min 10 pupils)
Groups of pre-school children: CZK 10 (min 10 pupils)
Family admission: CZK 350 (2 adults + 2-3 children under the age of 15)
Free admission: Accompanying person of Disability Card holder, licenced CZ guides, licenced journalists
Photo permit: CZK 100
Small animal fee: CZK 100 (only in a small special travel luggage or carrier)
50 - 70 minutes (as per size of the group)
- Extra fee 100 % of the price for a tour in off-hours (18:00 – 08:00).
- We only offer guided tours, visitors are obliged to follow the instructions of the guide.
- Minimum number of visitors per group is 5, maximum 30 (for organized tours max 45 people)
- From November to March: min 10 people in a weekday, min 20 people on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
- Foreign visitors pay regular admission fee, returnable texts in foreign languages are available for free at the ticket office
We recommend advance booking for groups of more than 10 people on our telephone number: +420 491 470 523 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We require non-refundable deposit 50% of the total price on group tours in off-season. Deposit is due for payment 48 hours prior to the tour date.
To ensure smooth check-in, we kindly ask one group representative to buy the tickets on behalf of their group.
Come and meet the history of the castle and the life story of its current owners – Barton-Dobenin Family through a tour of unique castle interiors.
The interiors were renovated during 1909-1912 by well-known Slovak architect Dusan Jurkovic. He strived for keeping the most of its historical features and combined them with new and modern things including the technical conveniences of the time (central heating system, water piping, electricity, telephones) The bathrooms were added and two lifts installed – home and dumbwaiter lifts. In the 20′s and the 30′s of the 20th century, architect Pavel Janak and other top Czech artists of the time (Kysela, Teinitzerova, Johnova) followed the work of Jurkovic.. Thanks to these adaptations, the castle of Nove Mesto became a unique representative residence for a permanent and comfortable living.
Tour and look through the Baroque and Renaissance styled interiors which are furnished and modernised in Art-Nouveau, Cubism, Art Deco and Functionalism styles.
In 2010, a postage stamp of Nove Mesto castle was issued.