The Lednice Château

Discover the architectural gem of South Moravia – Chateau Lednice.

History of the château

Originally a moated Gothic stronghold, Lednice chateau was rebuilt as a Renaissance château in 16th century and then modified to a Baroque style in the 17th century by Jan Fischer von Erlach. The only section surviving from that era is the riding hall wing built between 1666 – 1699.

After several smaller modifications an extensive reconstruction of the chateau  was undertaken between 1846 and 1858 in the Neo-Gothic style by Lichtenstein architect Jiri Wingelmuller.

The Lednice château, which is one of the most visited sites in the Czech Republic, is the most significant expression of English Neo-Gothic style in the country.

Opening hours

From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. On certain days in certain months, entry is restricted.

Admission Fee

From Kc 150 depending on the selected tour.

What is there to look forward to

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