Kundratice u Křižanova can be found in the beautiful countryside of Vysočina. The area offers a great variety of sports, tourist, adrenaline and artistic activities.
Western town Šiklův Mlýn (Šikl´s Mill) in Zvole nad Pernšejnem www.western.cz, 18 km from Kundratice – the biggest western town complex in the Czech Republic, performing shows twice a day.
The château is situated on the site of a water fortress from 13th century, adapted in the 1670s. You can visit there the zoological depository with the oldest collection of birds, mammals, fish and amphibians from the collection fund of the Moravian Museum. It´s worth seeing also the game trophies from the hunting expeditions to Africa, Asia and Canada, and other exhibits presenting the fauna of the Danube delta.
Museum in Bystřice nad Pernštejnem
One of the exhibition hall exhibits work of an academic painter Alois Lukášek. The stationary exhibition presents the natural collection, the history ot the town, ethnography, agriculture, crafts, archaeological exhibition, ceramics, etc.
The Eva Gallery in Bystřice nad Pernštejnem
Presents the work of painters, sculptors and other artists.
Nuclear power plant Dukovany
Superior audiovisual technology enables the visitor to learn about power engineering, the energy use and the nuclear power plant itself.
Museum of Vysočina in Jihlava
The stationary exhibition: silver mining and minting, geology and mineralogy of the Moravian Highlands, the middle age and Renaissance of Jihlava, furniture of Plandry château, Jewish synagogue.
Observation tower of St. Jakub Church in Jihlava
The building of the tower (63 m) served as a watchtower and was finished at the beginning of 14th century. The last tower guard lived here with his family till 1924. The gallery is at the height 40 m / 556 m n.m/ and offers a great view on surrounding areas.
Observation Madonna´s Gate in Jihlava
The only gate that preserved out of five town´s gates of the mediaeval fortifications. It is a characteristic symbol of the town. The gate´s crown is accessible and offers a great view on the whole town from the battlements at 24 m height.
Jihlava Underground is the second largest system preserved beneath the historical development in the Czech Republic. The corridors were created by the interconnection of cellars that were carved into the rock beginning in the late 14th century, often in three storeys beneath one another, and served for storing beer and craft products. At its deepest point, the route leads 13 metres beneath the surface, and has a unique phosphorescent tunnel.
Located in the picturesque Jihlávka River Valley approximately 10 minutes walk from the city centre. The zoo was founded in 1958, and is known for its rare animal breeding programmes. Children can take advantage in the unique play area that features a petting zoo. One of the zoo's biggest attractions is the South American pavilion, equipped with cutting-edge technologies, a fog system, tropical rain, and jungle sound effects. The zoo features almost 200 species of exotic animals, including numerous species that are in danger of extinction in the wild.
Miners Trail in Jihlava
Educational trail built in the town periphery, showing the mining history. Ten informative tables educates visitors in silver mining history and local nature. The trail is 6 km long.
Château Náměšť nad Oslavou
The château was rebuilt in renaissance style, later in baroque style from a previous medieval castle. In 1946 the château was converted to a summer residence for president Beneš. There is a library that contains 16 thousand books, the most precious is the Kralice Bible. The château is surrounded by a park, including a deer-park.
Highland Museum in Nové Město na Moravě
The stationary exhibition presenting the folk culture, glassmaking, ironmongery, history of ski production and skiing in Nové Město, is enriched with various exhibitions throughout the year. From May to September visitors can see a mineralogical exposition “The stone memory” and a mill with a collection of wooden figures driven by a water wheel.
Is one of best preserved gothic castles situated above the junction of rivers Svratka and Nedvědička. The historical interiors are equipped with oak furniture. The castle interiors have interesting connections of its corridors and spiral staircases.
Highlands Museum in Polná
The stationary exhibition: historical clock and development of clock craft. The old school of Polná: a complete equipment of the classroom in 1866, a biological cabinet and a teacher´s flat.
Regional Jewish Museum
It is open in the premises of a synagogue, its renovation finished in September 2000. The exhibited photographs and documents present the history of local Jewish community, one of the exposition shows the persecution of the Jews.
Museum in Třebíč
The expositions present the nature amenity of the town´s surrounding, the historical settlement and craft development, pipe and Bethlehem craft, etc.
Monastery Basilica of St. Prokop in Třebíč
Late Romanesque basilica of St. Prokop, built to the Benedictine monastery around 1250, is one the most significant architectonic monuments of its kind in middle Europe.
Observation Tower of St. Martin in Třebíč
A mighty tower 72m high comes from the middle of 13th century and it is the town´s dominance. The diameter of the clock face is 550 cm and the size of its numbers is 60 cm.
Museum of Roads and Highways in Velké Meziříčí
Since 1948 the museum is situated in a renaissance château, which was originally a gothic castle. Since the 80´s the museum specialises in roads, highways, bridges and its building, presents models, photographs and drawings.
Tower of the Church of St. Nicholas in Velké Meziříčí
The church is a dominating feature of the square, the tower is 64m high. The tower clock is the biggest illuminated clock in the Czech Republic.
Merry Hill – Veselý kopec
A settlement of farmsteads in original landscape environment. There are exhibitions of folk architecture, housing, the work and life of small farmers and the poorest inhabitants from the middle of 19th century till middle of 20th century, various technical exhibits, working tools, etc.
Zvole nad Pernštejnem
The biggest western amusement area in the Czech Republic, situated in a picturesque valley of Bobruvka brook. There are saloons, a forge, casino, sheriff´s office, railway station and all that well imitate America of 19th century. Visitors can see big western shows, stunts, plays, lasso throwing, etc. twice a day. During the holidays there are extra rodeo shows, night fireworks, Mexican days, concerts of front Czech folk and country musicians.
The Church of St. Jan Nepomucký on Green mountain, in Žďár nad Sázavou
It is a part of a historical area of former Cistercian cloister which was founded in 1252 and abolished in 1613. It was renovated in a baroque gothic style in 18th century. Nowadays it belongs to the Kinsky family. The church was built in 1719-1722 and was inscribed in the list of world cultural heritage.
The Book Museum in Žďár nad Sázavou
The exposition presents development of the European book culture and book printing.