The 2nd floor of the castle represents the life of the Colloredo-Mannsfeld family at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. The tour includes a visit to the private rooms of the siblings of Prince Joseph II. C-M - sisters Johanna, Maria Theresa, Ernestina Carolina, Ida Margaret. You will see the maid's room and move through the arcades to the rooms of Prince Joseph's four nephews, whom, as a childless man, he adopted. This tour includes a visit to the family museum, including, among other things, a collection of objects imported by Joseph II. C-M from North America between 1904 and 1906, as well as the Knights' and Hunters' Hall.
New sightseeing circuit opened in 2022!
In this part of the exhibition you will see: historical interiors - Ernestine Caroline's room, the Trauttmansdorf suite (bathroom, dressing room, bedroom), the Mantua room, the Schönburg-Hartenstein suite, the maid's rooms, the governess's room, the maid's room, the rooms of the Prince's nephews, the classroom, the family museum, the knight and hunting hall
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Seeing the castle is not possible without our guide.
Interpretation in Czech only, foreign language printed texts are available at the entrance to the castle on request.
Knights' and Hunters' Hall - as a separate tour you can see only:
1) on pre-announced dates of the so-called "Extended Armoury Tours", with extended interpretation by the depository manager and double the duration of the tour. The capacity of the tour is 10 persons. Interpretation only in Czech language. Tickets can be purchased online or in advance at the castle box office (cannot be reserved)!
Circuit can be found in our CULTURAL CALENDAR.
2) as part of an exclusive tour "Morning in the Opočno Armoury", guided by the custodian of the depository. Duration of the tour: approx. 2.5 hours.