This room was decarated with natural leather in 18th centery...After the end of World War II the castle was confiscated pursuant to Decree No. 12/1945 the Collection of Laws and became state property. At first it served as a collection point for confiscated property, and since May 1st 1950 it has been open to the public to a small extent. During...more
The end of the 1920s and the beginning of the 1930s brought to the castle functional adaptations which not only partially changed the castle exterior ( various decorative neo-Gothic oriels and attics were removed, as was the plaster from the formerly plastered towers, which was replaced by rubble masonry…) but also its interior. In many rooms,...more
The main residence of the family was Sychrov, however, as a small, dilapidated Baroque castle, it did not satisfy the demands placed on the residence of Dukes and Princes. During the period under Duke Karel Alain Gabriel Rohan, a grand redevelopment in the Empire Style was performed (completed in 1834). Nevertheless, the construction development of...more
The history of the area, where the castle is situated, dates back to the 15th century. From this time there are records of a fort, which was the property of the Czech royal chamber. In its place a stone mansion house was built in the 16th century, and in the years 1690 – 1693 a smaller Baroque castle was constructed by the knighted Lamotts family...more
The network of motorways can not as yet compare with the level in other European countries. The speed limit is 130 km/h on motorways, 90 km/h on the main roads and 50 km/h in towns. You must have a road tax disc in order to drive on the motorways. The cost is 800 Kronen. Seat belts are obligatory in the front of the vehicle. Warning: the alcohol limit is 0.0 pro mille!
There are some interesting things here.... For example - bells - the same as used in the Castle ...
What to buy: some bronse .... some ceramic.....
What to pay: the bell (at the picture) - US $97.00
the attractive sight of birds of prey flying freely, accompanied by an expert explanation by a professional falconer on the history and presence of falconry in this country, and in the world. You will learn more about making use of birds of prey (biological protection,...)their protection, training, breeding and rearing in captivity, and returning...more
The English-style Park with a rich collection of domestic and foreign wood species, with an area of 26 ha adjoins the castle. A permanent exposition of birds of prey is situated in the southern section (in good weather, demonstrations of their training will take place – see Falconry). The park is open to the public during the opening hours of the...more
The national monument, the State Castle of Sychrov is inherently connected with holding wedding ceremonies. Since 1966, when the first weddings took place at Sychrov, till the end of the year 2000, 15,043 couples entered into marriage here. It is possible to arrange both civil and church weddings. The antechamber of the Castle chapel and the...more
The history of the area, where the castle is situated, dates back to the 15th century. From this time there are records of a fort, which was the property of the Czech royal chamber. In its place a stone mansion house was built in the 16th century, and in the years 1690 – 1693 a smaller Baroque castle was constructed by the knighted Lamotts family of Frintropp.
Fondest memory: OPENING HOURS AND ENTRY FEES:
I. - III. 10.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.
IV. 9.00 a.m. - 3.30 p.m.
V. - VIII. 9.00 a.m. - 4.30 p.m.
IX. - X. 9.00 a.m. - 3.30 p.m.
XI. - XII. 10.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.
Basic Sightseeing Route
Adults 80,00 CZK
Children, Students 40,00 CZK
Adults – Foreign Language Explanation 150,00 CZK
Children, Students- Foreign Language Explanation 80,00 CZK
Extended Sightseeing Route
Adults 100,00 CZK
Children, Student 50,00 CZK
Adults – Foreign Language Explanation 200,00 CZK
Children, Students- Foreign Language Explanation 100,00 CZK
Park (standard entry fee) 10,00 CZK
For visitors of the basic and extended sightseeing routes the entry to the park is free.
Reservation charge 10% of the overall entry fee
All year round there is the possibility of night sightseeing tours of the castle after a prior arrangement. A standard fee of 200.00 CZK per person. Minimum of 10 visitors (in the case of a smaller number, it is necessary to pay as for 10 people).