The project of building the Celtic Opidum is part of the Resort Český ráj, in the heart of the Bohemian Paradise and about 2.5 km from the national cultural monument Trosky Castle. These two places are also connected visually. The construction of the Celtic opidum has a historical context, as the castle Trosky itself and the fortified settlement of Semín were a locality that was actually inhabited by the Celts in the past. The main topic will be exhibitions and cultural events.
The building in its final form will offer multifunctional use with a shooting range of 25 m and 100 m, accommodation, fast food, restaurant, conference hall for 500 people and an indoor area for cultural events.
Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 - 11:30 and 13:00 - 16:30
* Closing time (even at lunch time) means the time of the last entry option. The exhibitions close no later than 5.30 pm.
|Reduced *||300 CZK|
|Family 2+2||900 CZK|
* children up to 15 years, students up to 26 years, seniors 65+
Keep a valid voucher and you will be issued a paid couvert in the form of drinks upon departure.
By paying the cover, you get the opportunity to tour all four exhibitions. Tours are not commented. If you are interested in a professional guided tour, this must be agreed in advance and for a fee. We reserve the right to change visiting hours. Prohibition of audio and video recordings. Must be arranged in advance at the reception.
Tours for groups of 15 people and more, it is necessary to book the tour time in advance on tel. +420 724 140 000. The price is 170 CZK/person (without the right to drinks).
Salvador Dali was a Catalan painter who became famous for his surrealist works. Well-known elements of his works are, for example, the "melted" clock, elephants with extremely long and thin legs and eggs.
Salvador Dali's emblem was a half-shaved mustache. About 40 of his works can be temporarily seen at our exhibition."The only difference between me and a madman is that I'm not a madman!"
The exhibition "Secrets of the Bohemian Paradise" will delight anyone who does not leave the cold of the secrets of minerals and semi-precious stones hidden in the interior of the earth. The agates of the Bohemian Paradise are extraordinary, of which the set of agates from ŽELEZNICE near Jičín is the MOST COMPLETE collection you can see. Many beautiful exhibits hide private collections, but they are not open to the public. In Semín, you have the opportunity to see examples of agates from all the most famous Czech sites, such as Levín, Kozákov, Doubravice, Frýdštejn, Morcínov, Rovně, Rašovka and many others. These are not just any agates - there are also TRUE UNIQUES to be seen, but everyone has to judge for themselves. In addition to the Bohemian Paradise, there are also exhibits of agates and minerals from the Ore Mountains or Moravian deposits.
Well, to make matters worse, in the neighboring even larger hall you can see again a collection of mainly agates from the most famous sites around the world, such as Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Poland, Germany, Botswana and others. Without exaggeration, THE LARGEST EXHIBITED COLLECTION IN THE WORLD at present, however, is a collection of agates from new deposits in MOROCCO. They are also among the most beautiful that can be seen, so there is really something to look at. A great look is also guaranteed by the high-quality design of the display cases, which are completely covered with black velvet, so that the precisely lit stones literally shine with the most vivid colors.
In total, MORE THAN 2600 STONES are exhibited.
From the time of our great-grandmothers
Exhibition of dishes, glass and folk ceramics of our ancestors
Stop in today's hectic times and indulge in the time of our great-grandmothers, when time passed much more calmly.
In the territory of today's northern Bohemia, the production of glass ceramics, porcelain and glass products needed for the kitchen was a frequent source of livelihood, but sufficient time was also needed for the production of glass gift items.
For example, people could buy mineral water in hand-made ceramic bottles, and from romantic trips to the most beautiful places in nature, tourists brought hand-painted cups made of colored glass as a reminder. Even before, pewter utensils were used in wealthier households, and the production of green forest glass flourished in the Middle Ages.
The exhibition From the Time of Our Great-Grandmothers will allow you to transfer in spirit to ancient and recent times and imagine what it was like when there was still enough time and taste for handicrafts and not all robots were made.
Bohemian Paradise - a natural gem in photographs
The name Bohemian Paradise - it's not just a pun - it's an apt name for a breathtaking landscape, which is one of the most beautiful in the world.
The exhibition Bohemian Paradise - a Natural Jewel in Zdeněk Patzelt's photographs is an inspiration for visiting the rocky viewpoints at sunsets, as well as at sunrises over a landscape bathed in morning mist. Photographs are specially printed on large format canvases up to 4 m wide.