The opening up of the new exhibitions of the Vysočina Museum Třebíč crowns the efforts of the museum and its founder, the Vysočina Region, to offer an entirely renovated historical monument to its visitors. The project entitled Třebíč Castle - the renovation of the castle and the opening up of new exhibitions was carried out from 2010 to 2013 and was largely funded by the European Union.
For the first time ever, the entire building was reconstructed thus creating space for four thematically independent exhibitions, which focus in different ways on topics linked with the town of Třebíč and the wider region. These include the mineralogical exhibition entitled The World of Inanimate Nature, the monastery exhibition The World of Portals and Gates, the castle tour The Waldstein Family at Třebíč and finally, the museum exhibition entitled People. Places. Destinies.
In addition to tours that offer a deeper understanding of the region and the museum’s collections, you can also visit short-term exhibitions in the former castle stables as well as concerts and lectures in the Stone Hall.
Educational programmes are prepared for schools on a regular basis involving modern technologies both in the exhibitions as well as in a multi-function hall and study.
The reconstruction also made the premises fully accessible to the disabled visitors.
Visitors can sit back and relax at the Museum Cafe and rest areas in the paradise garden and in the outer courtyard of the castle.