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Mariánské Lázně Museum


Category: Museums Region: Mariánské Lázně and its surroundings Town: Mariánské Lázně


The museum is located in the oldest house of the historical part of the town. It is a significant construction monument from the early 19th century and the last preserved example of the town’s appearance at the time of its foundation. The house was built in 1818 as a pension for spa guests, the “Golden Grape”. Johann Wolfgang Goethe stayed there in 1823, and his visit is commemorated by a bronze plaque (above the arched entrance) and a newly opened, reworked and amended exhibition on the 1st floor of the building. The museum, established already in 1887, has been residing in this building since 1953. The museum regional collections of the region of Mariánské Lázně were located here. In 1975 - 1979 the building was reconstructed and a new one-storey additional building, featuring a projection room, and auditorium and rooms for new exhibitions, was built on the courtyard. The museum collections are further supplemented by the outdoor display of the “Geological Park,” laid out on an area of over 10 ha in the immediate vicinity of the museum building.


Opening hours

Period Days Opening Hours
1 Mar – 31 Dec Tue – Sun 9:30 am - 5:30 pm

Admission fee

Admission Fee Price
Basic 60 CZK
Discounted 30 CZK

Contact data

Address: Goethovo náměstí 11, Mariánské Lázně

ZIP: 35301

Phone: +420 354 622 740




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