Villa Tugendhat, Show all 10 places in Brno » Brno10
- Černopolní 45, 613 00 Brno, Czechia
Prices from 20 CZK to 802 CZk.
- * - opening and closing times as well as entrance prices, are subject to alterations without notice. Visitors are advised to check before visiting.
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In 1930, the great architect Mies Van der Rohe built a villa for the wealthy Tugendhat family of an utterly unusual model for that time. Villa Tugendhat is the first residential building in the world to be made with steel support structures. It is recognized as the benchmark for functional design and included in the list of sites protected by UNESCO.
The villa, considered a masterpiece of modernism, is located among chic but traditional mansions and looks relatively modest against their background. All its splendour is in the interior layout and arrangement. The large-scale room of 237 m² does not have a clear division into zones, and even though a photo of this attraction in Brno (Czech Republic), a special spirit of free planning conveyed. For interior decoration, we used rare wood, marble and other natural stones. Imposing is the 3-meter-high onyx wall, which seems to come to life and begins to "play" in the rays of the setting sun.
The interest in this attraction is so huge that you need to take care of booking an excursion tour very in advance (3-4 months in advance).
From March to the end of December, Villa Tugendhat is open all days of the week, except Mondays, from 10:00 to 18:00. In January and February from 9:00 to 17:00, Wednesday is Sunday, and Monday and Tuesday are days off.
There are different types of tours for visitors:
BASIC - main living area, kitchen, garden (duration 1 hour).
Extended tour - living area, large reception room, kitchen, technical rooms, garden (lasts 90 minutes).
ZAHRADA - a tour of the garden without a guide is possible only in good weather.
Can be purchased tickets at the box office, but it is best to advance via the official website. Ticket prices in CZK.
Insite(without flash and tripod) can only photograph with a 300 CZK photo ticket purchased at the box office.