Open April–September:
Tuesday–Sunday 10 AM–5 PM

Off season:
October–March
the tour must be ordered at: 326 389 127 or 724 412 279 (valid only for this period)

NOTICE:
The last tour starts at 4.30 PM.

Opening hours

Monday closed
Tuesday 10:00  -  17:00
Wednesday 10:00  -  17:00
Thursday 10:00  -  17:00
Friday 10:00  -  17:00
Saturday 10:00  -  17:00
Sunday 10:00  -  17:00

Adjusting the opening hours

28. 9. 2020 10:00  -  17:00
29. 9. 2020 closed

Entrance fees

You can buy a ticket only at the ticket office

Whole building

Adult 50 CZK
Reduced Reduced:
- senior citizens over the age of 65
- juveniles 15–18 years old
- holders of ISIC or ITIC cards
- high school and university students upon presentation of a student identity card
30 CZK
School excursions School excursions:
- capacity 28 persons / 30 minutes
- 3 members of the teaching staff free of charge
20 CZK/Person

Free admission: children up to 15 years; children from children’s homes or SOS children’s villages; holders of physical disability cards (ZTP, ZTP/P and people accompanying them); holders of cards: ICOM, Slovak National Museum, the National Museum Society, Benefit card of the European GNSS Agency – the Ministry of Transport, Prague Card, employee of a contributory organization of the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic (+ 3 pers.)

Additional information about tickets


Groups: 10% discount from the standard admission fee – for an organised group of 30 or more people with collective paymen (except for school groups).

Filming, taking photos (no flash) for noncommercial use – free with valid ticket.

The ticket must be kept for the duration of the visit.

An online ticket is valid for 30 days after its purchase. 

Exhibitions in the building

Jabkenice Lodge, near a large game park in beautiful natural surroundings, was originally the seat of the forestry office of the Counts Thurn-Taxis. From 1875, Betřich Smetana’s son-in-law, Josef Schwarz, husband of his daughter Žofie lived there. The deaf Smetana spent the last years of his life here (1875–1884), when he composed some of his most significant works.

No disabled access

The building is located on a place that is difficult to get to for visitors with special needs. There are also stairs in the building. The building has toilets for visitors with mobility difficulties.

Shop

It is located at the ticket office on the ground floor and it offers postcards, souvenirs, professional literature, etc.