Burgravery Palace

The tour includes not only exhibits of the castle but also exhibits of the former Regional History Museum. The tour starts in the Riding hall, it continues through a part of walk-walk which leads to the Burgravery palace. In the tour, there are 73 stairs.

Riding-hall
A unique collection of coaches and sleighs.

Ambulatory Corridor
An offensive corridor connecting the palace with the other parts of the castle.

1st Floor – kitchen, bedroom
A period rustic interior – the living style of the servants.

2nd Floor – three rooms
A demonstration of the townsman’s living style in nobility-service.

Basic information

  • duration 60 minutes
  • max. 10 people

Opening hours

Period Days Hours
1. 1.–29. 3. closed
30. 3.–18. 4. Sat–Sun 10.00–16.00
19. 4.–21. 4. Fri–Sun 10.00–16.00
22. 4. Mon 10.00–16.00
23. 4.–30. 4. Sat–Sun 10.00–16.00
1. 5.–31. 5. Tue–Sun 10.00–16.00
1. 6.–30. 6. Tue–Sun 9.00–17.00
1. 7.–31. 8. Mon–Sun 9.00–17.00
1. 9.–30. 9. Tue–Sun 10.00–16.00
1. 10.–27. 10. Sat–Sun 10.00–16.00
28. 10. Mon 10.00–16.00
29. 10.–25. 12. closed
26. 12.–29. 12. Thu–Sun 10.00–15.00
30. 12.–31. 12. Mon–Tue 10.00–15.00

Admission

Toru in Czech during opening hours

  • Adults 100 CZK
  • Children up to 6 years Free
  • Children 6–18 years 70 CZK
  • Students under 26 years 70 CZK
  • Senior over 65 years 70 CZK
  • Family admission (max. 2 adults and 3 children up to 18) 260 CZK
  • ISIC, ITIC, EYCA, EUROBEDS card holders 70 CZK
  • ZTP card holders 70 CZK
  • ZTP card holders up to 18 years, ZTP/P card holders and ZTP/P guides Free
  • ICOM, ICOMOS members, AMG members, NPÚ mand National museum employees, accredited journalists Free
  • Groups of ZTP/P, ZTP up to18 years and preschool children 20 CZK

Tour in Czech outside the opening hours

  • basic 200 CZK
  • reduced 140 CZK
  • Free entry for all common categories is not provided

reservation needed for groups only