The chateau stable, dog´s kitchen and casemates

The Schwarzenbergs had a close relationship with hunting, gamekeeping and horse and dog breeding. The stables hold men’s, women’s and children’s saddles, riding clothes, stirrups, bits and other equestrian and hunting gear from the period between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. The dog handler prepared food for the dogs in the dog kitchen, and actually lived at the site with the animals. Located beneath the building is one entrance to Třeboň’s underground defence system – the casemates.

             This tour is open only in July and August

Basic information

  • duration 45 minutes
  • max. 30 people

Opening hours

Period Days Hours
14. 9.–31. 5. closed
1. 6.–30. 6. Sat–Sun 9.00–16.30
1. 7.–31. 8. Tue–Sun 9.00–16.30

Admission

Tour only in Czech language

  • Adults 25-65 years 100 CZK
  • Seniors 65+ 80 CZK
  • Youth 18-25 years 80 CZK
  • Persons with disabilities with valid identification card/certificate 80 CZK
  • Children 6-18 years 50 CZK
  • Children under 6 years free
  • Person accompanying a disabled person free
  • Person accompanying a school group of 15 pupils/students free
  • Tour guide accompanying a group of at least 15 persons free
  • Free single NPÚ tickets free
  • Free family NPÚ tickets free
  • NPÚ-card free
  • „Náš člověk“-card* free
  • National Museum-card* not provided
  • ICOMOS-card* not provided
  • Journalist with press accreditation* free
  • * Offer available for cardholder only

reservation needed for groups only