this museum has several changing exhibitions as well as a permanent collection, both of which are well worth a visit. for my recent visit there was a rare el Greco to see as well as a whole related display. the permanent exhibits are well worth seeing in themselves and cover a wide range in quite a small area. the staff... 更多
The collection is, of course, very heavy on religious art, but there are many other items of interest. The layout and design of the archaeological exhibits is particularly well done (and stroller/ wheel chair friendly). The works by Dürer are particularly noteworthy.
Very well done in a modern style and easy to follow with English translation of all the art. This is not a huge collection so you can easily do the museum in about an hour. This is a sleeper than many people are overlooking. I highly recommended it. Incidentally we went on Sunday and it was free.
The Archdiocesan Museum is housed in the renovated buildings. The tour includes the Romanesque Bishop's Palace and the Chapel of St. Barbara. The architecture is beautiful. The museum sits on the wall of the city and has a nice garden behind.
This is museum full of arts like painting, sculptures, historical objects. Building is one of the oldest in the city. Museum is very sensitive repaired and it was significat royal castle hundreds years ago. You must see during visiting Olomouc city!
I really like this museum, it has a free entrance I think every Sunday and maybe even Wednesdays...It is nice with kids as well.
A thousand years of spiritual culture in Moravia. Check their website. It's a Museum of religious artefacts over 3 floors. From an excavated crypt (bit like a bunker entrance) to first floor. Statutes, paintings, silks and the treasure room of gold chalices and monstrances. A good visit and educational.