Discounts and free entry
Show the BRNOPAS tourist card at the entrance and get in for free or get an interesting discount.
- -20 % 90 Kč 72 Kč
Have you been to the Špilberk Castle yet? Then come walk through its scary casemate, formed by passages and corridors built in baroque which later became a notorious, dreaded jail. You can also visit current exhibitions on various interesting topics as well as permanent exhibitions on the history of Brno or you can climb up the lookout tower which offers one of the most beautiful views of the city.
- -50 % 70 Kč 35 Kč
There are lots of legends about the Old Town Hall, the most famous are the one about the dragon of Brno and the one about the Brno wheel. And you’ll find these unique symbols of Brno right in the passage of the Old Town Hall. You can also climb its 63-metre tower with a Renaissance helmet-shaped top and a lookout platform. The Old Town Hall is the oldest and most interesting preserved secular building in Brno.
- -100 % 110 Kč free of charge
First start a tornado and try to remain on your feet during an earthquake, then see what it’s like to present a weather forecast program or train like a fighter jet pilot, build a magnetic statue, and then freeze your own shadow. You can experience all this in a single day in VIDA! Science Centre in Brno. 4,600 square metres. Over 170 exhibits. Come have fun as you explore and learn about the world around us.
- -100 % 60 Kč free of charge
The Diocesan Museum on Petrov hill, housed in a former capitular house built on foundations from the Middle Ages, introduces the works of sacred art from the Brno diocese. You can visit its permanent exhibition Vita Christi – The Life of Christ with exhibits, among which is the famous Gothic painting Madonna from Veveří, telling the story of the life of Jesus Christ. And with BRNOPAS your admission to the permanent exhibition is FREE.
- 100 % 50 Kč free of charge
The only UNESCO site in Brno and one of the most famous villas in the world is an absolute must-see! This unique functionalist building by architect Ludwig Miese van der Rohe will impress you with its simplicity and natural beauty. And with BRNOPAS you can visit the villa garden for free. However, the garden is only open to the public in favourable weather.
- -30 %
Jurkovič House from 1906 was designed by Slovak architect Dušan Samuel Jurkovič and forms the backbone of his preserved work in the Czech Republic. Besides permanent exhibitions on Jurkovič’s work, it houses short-term exhibitions, most frequently focusing on design and architecture. This historic building is as significant for Art Nouveau Brno as Villa Tugendhat for functionalist Brno.
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In the baroque building called Governor’s Palace, which dates back to the 14th century, you can get familiar with art from the Gothic era to the 19th century through a permanent exhibition there. Short-term exhibition projects usually focusing on old arts are held here, and you can also visit local ArtMap bookshop to get new books for your personal library and then relax in the open courtyard or in the local Morgal café.
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ART IS HERE! From the 20th century to contemporary art, two permanent expositions connected by a slide, along with artistic interventions. Short-term exhibitions, a statue park and PRAHA café in the courtyard, a children’s playroom, an open statue depository, a gallery library with a study and a bookshop. All these in the Pražák Palace of the Moravian Gallery in Brno. A place to meet and discover art. A place full of life.
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In this gallery, you can see presentations of applied arts and design dating from the Middle Ages up to the present day. Short-term exhibitions are held on the ground and first floors, and the Camera section offers photo exhibitions. You can also stop by the Designshop or the museum terrace with its architectural installation and a summer bar.
- -15 % 190 Kč 162 Kč
This luxurious villa was designed by architect Ernst Wiesner from Brno for Alfred Stiassni, a local textile factory owner, and his family. Ernst Wiesner built it in 1927–1929 in an 8-hectare garden which also contains a tennis court and a swimming pool.
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This summer villa was built by Antonín Arnošt Mitrovský in the 1780s and was designed for relaxation and Freemason meetings. Its exceptional fresco depicting exotic motifs surely drew the attention of emperor Napoleon or Francis I, who both visited the villa. Currently, it is a historical building in which interesting exhibitions and wedding ceremonies are held.
- -100 % 80 Kč free of charge
In the Museum of Romani Culture you can get familiar with the history and culture of the Romani. Its six-hall, permanent interactive exhibition The Life of the Romani introduces the history of the Romani from its very beginnings to present days. This exhibition is suitable for children as well as adults and offers commentary in English. You can also relax in the library, reading room, and the BENG! museum café.
- -20 % 140 Kč 112 Kč
In the ossuary located under the Church of St. James you can see a unique area discovered during an exploration in 2001. The anthropologists report that it contains remnants of people who died in the Middle Ages or in the Thirty Years’ War. The exhibition shows how people used to be buried at one of the biggest town cemeteries in Brno.
- -20 % 160 Kč 128 Kč
Deep down in the Labyrinth under the Vegetable Market, visitors can explore mysterious passages and cellars built in the Middle Ages. The tour is designed for brave explorers of hidden underground worlds and contains a lot of surprises, including a real historical pillory. At the prison at the end of the tour, visitors find out what the punishment used to be for dishonest tradesmen.<br /> Guided tours for 5 to 25 people start every 60 minutes. The entrance to the labyrinth is located at Zelný trh No. 21.<br /> Audioguides in 5 languages (English, German, Russian, Italian, and French) are available for foreign visitors.<br />
- -100 % 80 Kč free of charge
This historical cellar was discovered during an exploration of the Brno underground in 1999. In 2007, the cellar, which was presumably dug under the house belonging to mintmaster Bruno and later on to Mikuláš od Věže, was opened to the public and later the reconstructed cellars of the New Town Hall were connected to it. The exhibition introduces the almost forgotten craft of minting in Brno and Moravia.
- -10 % 120 Kč 108 Kč
Brno Zoo and a hobby centre covering an area of 38 hectares offer a unique opportunity to see animals from all over the world. It is also an ideal place to relax and learn in the middle of the beautiful Mniší hora (Monks’ Hill) forest park. Currently, there are 1,700 animals in the zoo, which also runs a wild animal rescue centre in the nearby village of Jinačovice.
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The Czech adrenalin factory – that’s the best-fitting description of the atmosphere at the Masaryk Racing Circuit, located in the middle of the woods at the edge of Brno close to Žebětín. Every year, the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic, a part of the MotoGP world championship, as well as other motorbike and automobile races take place here.
- -20 %
BONGO BRNO is a unique fun park for families. A place where children as well as adults can enjoy lots of fun physical activities and various games together in any weather. The 2,800 square-metre hall contains a lot of attractions that offer unforgettable experiences and each of them represents a specific country or continent. Where else can you take an adventurous trip around the entire world together in a day?
- -25 % 130 Kč 98 Kč
10-Z is the code name of a shelter which was supposed to serve for the representatives of the city and entire region during the Communist era and whose existence was kept top secret. Originally, it was built during the Nazi occupation as a shelter for Luftschutz air raid defence against American and Soviet air raids on Brno. The Marcel Ihnačák Milk Bar located in the shelter is open to the public with free entry and offers retro refreshments as well as a usual selection of products. The handicapped are employed in both the museum and bar.
- 20 % 150 Kč 120 Kč
The origins of this exceptional building located in Cejl street date back to the end of the 18th century, and it used to serve as a county penitentiary. Originally built right outside the city walls, it is now located close to the city centre and only a few people know that political prisoners during the Nazi and Communist regimes were executed here in the 20th century.
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TIC BRNO has prepared a new attraction for playful visitors. The Brno underground now offers a popular type of interactive escape room. In the Labyrinth under the Vegetable Market, get ready for a huge dose of adrenalin! You have 90 minutes to solve puzzles, find a treasure and escape. Come enjoy this adventure!
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The Rašínova Spa and Relax Centre located downtown offers a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, wellness zone, and solarium. You can also exercise in the gym with an exercise hall and a café located on the first floor.
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The waterpark in the municipality of Kohoutovice is the only facility of its kind in Brno. This water paradise located in Chalabalova street features a swimming pool with a wild river, Jacuzzi, sauna, a big pool with six lanes, a long slide and a pool on the rooftop. Kohoutovice Waterpark is best suited for families with children. Relax and enjoy various activities in the gym with a café and a children’s nook on the first floor.
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A changing area with lockers, bathrooms, refreshments, and a relax zone – all just one step from the ice with your skates still on your feet. You can rent skates or sharpen your own skates here.
- -20 %
Bolek Polívka’s Theatre, established in 1993, offers a wide range of artistic activities, from original dramas by Bolek Polívka and other Czech authors to guest performances by ensembles from Prague and Slovakia, concerts, and displays of paintings in the lobby. Its ensemble regularly performs at theatre festivals and has been invited to a number of places in the Czech Republic as well as in Slovakia.
- -30 % 100 Kč 70 Kč
TIC BRNO regularly organizes themed tours with professional guides that always take place on a fixed date throughout the year (usually on weekends). Time: 2 hours.
- -25 % 250 Kč 188 Kč
Visitors of Brno from both the Czech Republic and abroad can enjoy sightseeing rides on a minibus with a guide to discover more attractive places of the capital of South Moravia located further from the historical city centre. Currently, the most popular tour, Brno Villas, is available. Time: 2 hours.
- -100 % 70 Kč free of charge
Solve riddles and logical tasks to learn interesting historical facts. “The Secret of the Old Town Hall” is a game for fans of history as well as cipher and puzzle enthusiasts. All the players need is a smartphone which will take them through seven stations located not only in the Old Town Hall but also in its tower so they can enjoy the view of Brno from the top.
- -30 % 200 Kč 140 Kč
A creative team game packed with adventure. The Dark Blue Adventure will take its players to the busy streets as well as quiet parks in Brno. Designed with the blind and visually impaired in mind, it breaks barriers among people and promotes the Dark Blue Festival in an unconventional way.
- -20 % 1200 Kč 960 Kč
A brain trail packed with puzzles? An interesting tour? Adventure? A little bit of each, actually! Our Cryptomania Brain Trail game will take your team of 2 to 5 players through remarkable places and stories of Brno and on your way you’ll solve puzzles and logical tasks and discover mysterious objects. Don’t expect any easy riddles for kids, though; our games will make you rack you brains hard!
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ARTISSIMO invites children as well as adults who like to create things and share ideas with other fans of arts. Use our equipment to work with ceramics, glass, porcelain, and enamel. Our Artshop also sells various gifts and souvenirs. We can also arrange special courses for individuals as well as groups.
- -100 %
These open gardens in the very centre of Brno form an ideal place to relax, learn new things, and have fun. Come take a walk in the gardens or play with your kids at interactive stations. Our small city farm is surrounded by a magical herb garden. We also keep sheep, rabbits, chickens, and bees.
- -100 % free of charge
Come see the first interactive university playroom in the Czech Republic. In a fun and entertaining way you can learn a lot about electricity, electrical engineering, and other similar disciplines to get an idea how these things work and why these disciplines are so important for everybody. Get ready for a lot of interactive exhibits. Welcome to our playroom and enjoy learning new things!
- -100 % free of charge
The second largest public library in the Czech Republic. It offers a wide selection of literature, newspapers and magazines, sheet music, and access to the Internet and electronic databases. It lends e-readers, various aids for handicapped children, board games, and educational thematic sets. The library has 35 branches all over Brno and it’s a place where people meet for author’s readings, exhibitions, and concerts. It also administers the Mahen’s Memorial in Brno’s Masaryk neighbourhood with an exhibition on the life and work of Jiří Mahen.
Besides the discounts, your BRNOPAS purchase also includes useful materials.
What you’ll get:
1. Official city guide
2. Gourmet Brno brochure presenting the best of Brno’s cuisine
3. Tips for trips around Brno
4. A Brno postcard you can choose yourself.
5. These materials are available at any of our points of sale.
Would you like to know more? Download the brochure HERE
Places to buy your BRNOPAS
Tourist Information – Radnická StreetIn the centre of Brno, under the bent spire on the facade of Stará radnice (the Old Town Hall) and near a crocodile hanging from the passage ceiling, is an information centre offering a wide range of services.
Tourist Information – Panenská StreetThis information centre is located on the ground floor of the Domini Park parking structure on Panenská Street and offers a range of services in an interesting and functional interior.
Tourist Information – Main Railway StationIf you come to Brno by train, just remember: you can’t judge a book by its cover. The main train station is being prepared for a major remodel and some trains are being diverted to smaller stations nearby in the meantime, with shuttles to transport passengers to the main station. And before venturing into the city, it’s a good idea to stop by the information booth in front of the main station.
Tourist Information – AirportThe airport in Tuřany is one of the gateways to Brno and the rest of South Moravia, and this architectural marvel even has its own information centre.
Tourist Information – Špilberk CastleOnce you manage to climb the hill and all the way up the steps into Špilberk Castle, you’ll need a second to catch your breath (the view is great!). Afterwards, just continue on further into this landmark of Brno until you see a small information centre.