Reasons to Recommend: There are many simulated scenes in the Torture Museum, equipped with 10 realistic wax figures and two three-dimensional surround sound effects. It feels that the torture process is going on in front of you, and it is full of horror and excitement! The museum is located in the cellar next to the city hall, underground in the central square, and the lights are dim, making people feel like a gloomy wind. The exhibitions of the museum mainly list some ancient torture tools and photos. If you are brave enough, it is worth visiting here!
Reasons to Recommend: The Krumlov Regional Museum is similar to the National Museum and mainly introduces the development history of Krumlov from the fossil age to the World War II period. There is a viewing platform next to the museum, which is one of the locations for shooting the castle. The regional museum is not large, but it has a rich collection and many novel things worth seeing. The museum is divided into three floors and describes the history of the town in chronological order. Archaeology proves that Krumlov existed even in the Stone Age.
Reasons to Recommend: The location of the Puppet Museum is very easy to find, just in front of the Jost Cathedral. There are many ancient and contemporary marionettes on display, which are very characteristic. There is also a complete puppet theater in the museum, and the stage design and curtains have retained the original Baroque style. The marionettes on display in the museum have their own characteristics, some are weird, some are cute, some are even scary. If you are interested in a variety of Czech puppets, this is an eye-opener. The museum is more gorgeous because of its open vaulted roof. In addition to the puppet theater, there are also two art galleries, one displays decorative puppets made by Czechs, and the other mainly displays ancient and historical puppets. Sensual puppets.
Reasons to Recommend: Krumlov's Meteorite Museum contains a variety of odd-shaped meteorites, some of which are more than 1,500 years old. The museum also has an attached commemorative store, where you can buy your favorite green glass meteorite pendants while watching the exhibition, which is unique and commemorative. Futuristic interactive exhibits are one of the features of the Meteorite Museum, and the interactive app provides a more interesting way to learn about meteorite materials and their effects. Even those who know a little about meteorites can discover more new things in Krumlov's Meteorite Museum, the origin of meteorites, the value of meteorites, and the uniqueness of meteorites in southern Bohemia, etc. The questions are eye-opening for you! In addition to exhibitions, the museum houses a library and a souvenir shop. In the library, you can find a variety of meteorite-related books; the souvenir shop guarantees that you can bring a lovely green glass meteorite pendant home for collection after you are full of meteorites.
Reasons to Recommend: Egon Schiele was an important expressionist painter of the early 20th century, whose works were highly expressive, depicting distorted figures and limbs. The Art Center collects some of Egon Schiller's watercolors and oil paintings, where you can learn about the master's life and artistic creations. Historical background In 1911, Schiller met 17-year-old Valerie Wally Neuzil (Valerie Wally Neuzil, also known as Wally). Villani lived with Schiele in Vienna and modeled many of his famous paintings. Dissatisfied with Vienna's small urban environment, Schiller and Verany moved to the small city of Cesky Krumlov, the hometown of Schiller's mother. He immediately set up a studio here. Later, the locals converted a beer brewery into the Egon Schiller Art Center. In addition to Egon Schiller, the center also collects famous paintings from the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, and Hungary. Every year the center organizes various international music festivals in Krumlov. (For the specific time, please refer to the official website http://www.czechtourism.com/cn/e/international-music-festival-cesky-krumlov/)
Reasons to Recommend: Fotoatelier Seidel Museum mainly exhibits the photographic works of photographer Josef Seifel, of course, including his working notes, glass plate negatives, photographic equipment and darkroom, etc., to understand how traditional photographic photos were taken in the 19th century. The museum is located in the pedestrina district of the town, not far along the Linecká street, you can see the museum on the left hand side of the road. In addition to the works, the museum building itself is also very charming, as well as retro furniture from the 19th century.
Reasons to Recommend: The Wax Museum is located underground in the central square of the city, so it is easy to find it. The museum is more of a combination of local features and medieval styles. The most famous is the wax figure of Charles IV. There are also many medieval handicrafts, which pay great attention to the sophistication of handwork. There are also many wax figures of politicians in Czech history and wax figures of medieval-style figures in the museum. You must not miss this great opportunity to take photos!