Vysočina Museum in Havlíčkův Brod - Havlíček House

Havlíčkovo nám. 19
Havlíčkův Brod, 580 01

The monument is accessible for free

Monument will be open: 17.9.2022 from 9:00 to 16:00 hours

Originally it was a late Gothic house with a preserved vaulted ceiling and Gothic cellars. In the 16th century it was rebuilt in the Renaissance style, which is evidenced, among other things, by vaults on the ground floor and a wooden painted ceiling on the first floor from the beginning of the 17th century. The last major reconstruction was a neo-Gothic one in 1871 (by F. Schmoranz), carried out in connection with the national celebration of the unveiling of a memorial plaque on the house dedicated to K. Havlíček. The Havlíček family owned the house from 1832 until 1880, when the widowed mother of K. Havlíček sold it to the Městská spořitelna. Nowadays, the building is owned by the town and houses a museum with an exhibition "In the footsteps of Karel Havlíček in Německý Brod" with personal mementos of the writer and his family. The museum exhibition in Karel Havlicek's apartment is normally open to the public.

Responsible person
Name: Dana
Family name: Myšičková
Phone: 569497109
The house, originally known as Rolandovský, is notable for a corner bay window with a turret. Now seat of the Vysočina Museum and Karel Havlíček Borovský Memorial.

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