The exhibition focuses especially on the illustrious tradition of pond founding in Bohemia. Items exhibited here include traditional implements used in pond harvesting and other instruments related to pond management. Quite unique is a set of instruments traditionally used by villagers for fishing in rivers and streams. Very rare are plaster casts of salmon made by Antonín Frič for the Jubilee Land Exhibition in Prague in 1891. Part of the exhibition entitled ‘Life on Water’ presents various water fowl, including recordings of their voices, and other animals closely linked to the aquatic environment. The exhibition includes five fish tanks with both native and introduced species of fish.

Opening hours

1. 5. – 30. 6. Út–Ne 10:00–17:00
1. 7. – 31. 8. Po–Ne 9:00–18:00
1. 9. – 30. 9. Út–Ne 10:00–17:00
1. 10. – 27. 10. So, Ne 10:00–16:00
28. 10. Po 10:00–16:00

View the entire opening hours of the facility

Entrance fees

dospělí 120 Kč
děti a mládež do 18 let, středoškoláci nad 18 let v rámci školních skupin Vstup pro děti a mládež zdarma platí do všech expozic a výstav muzea. Neplatí na akce pořádané NZM. zdarma
studenti 18–26 let 60 Kč
senioři od 65 let 60 Kč
roční permanentka vždy pro jednu osobu – nepřenosná, platnost 365 dní od zakoupení 300 Kč
zájmové skupiny nad 10 osob starších 18 let (cena za osobu) cena za osobu 100 Kč

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