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The permanent exposition of the Valtice branch of the National Museum of Agriculture is dedicated to historic wine presses and implements used in wine-making.
© Dominika Švédová

Museum of viniculture, horticulture and landscape – Valtice

When visiting the Valtice castle, you can visit a local branch of the National Agricultural Museum, which focuses mainly on the landscape architecture and viticulture of the Lednice–Valtice region.

Current Exhibitions

Historic wine-making presses and tools
A permanent exhibition of the wine-making presses and tools exhibits the historical development of grape processing technologies.

The museum houses a unique collection of wine presses, the oldest of which is a monumental spindle press from 1719, which stands 280 cm (9 feet) tall. – © Dominika Švédová
The museum houses a unique collection of wine presses, the oldest of which is a monumental spindle press from 1719, which stands 280 cm (9 feet) tall. – © Dominika Švédová

Landscape of the Lednice-Valtice Area
The natural landscape, ecosystems, and wildlife of the Valtice region.

Historical development of fruit-growing, vegetable-growing and wine-growing
Historic gardening tools used by our ancestors when working the fields and in the gardens, and when processing cultivated crops.

Visit

Museum of viniculture, horticulture and landscape – Valtice

Hours

January - March: closed
April: Tuesday - Sunday 9:00 – 16:00
May – September: daily, 9:00 – 17:00
October: Tuesday - Sunday 9:00 – 16:00
November, December: closed
Check the website for up to date information.

Pricing

60 CZK (€ 2.5), reduced 30 CZK (€ 1.3), up to 18 yr free entry
Check the website for up to date information.
The entrance tickets to Valtice Castle (basic guided tour) also cover entrance to the museum.
Souvenir shop, toilets at the museum.
Parking for cars and buses is close by, 200 m distance.