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Regional Museum in Mikulov

The Regional Museum in Mikulov is seated in a baroque chateau surrounded by a garden. The visitors can see permanent expositions that are divided into four groups as well as attractive seasonal expositions. Historical Tour presents the history of chateau and the Dietrichstein family. In addition there are a lot of art pieces of European artists exhibited. The modern - style archaeological exposition the Romans and the Germans in the land below Palava has been awarded by the Ministry of Culture for its uniqueness. Extraordinary exhibition of traditional wine making presents a lot of unique artefacts from the collections of the Museum, including a giant wine barrel. The museum has been devoted to a research of the history of the Jews and their culture for long time. There is an exposition devoted to the Jewish culture that is situated in the synagogue.


Regionální muzeum v Mikulově (Regional Museum in Mikulov)
Zámek 1/4
692 01 Mikulov

Phone Number.: +420 519 309 019, +420 777 061 230

Reservation of the tours web:

Attraction in the trip destination

  • The baroque Chateau Library
  • The biggest Wine barrel in the Middle Europe
  • Unique artefacts from the Roman period
  • Renovated burial clothes


  • Sale of Souvenirs and publications
  • Special programs for schools

Special offers and events

  • Evening tours
  • Weddings
  • Conference Halls
  • International guitar festival
  • Mikulov Art Symposium – “Dílna”


Kind of a tour:

Tours with a guide 

  • History
  • Chateau Library
  • Viticulture and winemaking
Tours without a guide
  • Romans and Germans in the Land below the Palava Hills
  • Wine through centuries
  • Chapel
  • Seasonal expositions
Freely accessible
  • Garden
  • Tower

Tips for trips in the surrounding area

  • Pálava
  • Lednicko – Valtický area
  • Archaeological expositions in Dolní Věstonice
  • Brothers Mrštík Memorial
  • Educational Path across Jewish Quarter
  • Aqualand Moravia
  • Archeopark Pavlov

Barrier - free Access

Barrier - free access is in Gallery of Dietrichsteins and in the Viticulture and winemaking exposition.