- Physical difficulty: Easy
- Length: up to 30 min
- Wheelchair accessibility: No
Behind the miller craft into the unique Jaroš mill
At Rosice Chateau you can admire not only Renaissance arcades, but you can also visit the 1965 anti-theatrical cover.
The dominating town of Rosice is a castle on a hill, over the confluence of Bobrava with the Říčanský stream. The castle was built by the reconstruction of a Gothic castle at the turn of the 16th - 17th century. The most important owner was Charles the Elder of Žerotín, who gave him a Renaissance look.
Later owners made Classicist building modifications, but the Renaissance remained a dominant feature of the Rosice Chateau.
For visitors, there is a 21-room castle circuit featuring rich stucco ceilings, wall decorative paintings, Renaissance-painted ceilings, period furniture, paintings, hunting trophies, dishes, and everyday items.
Visitors can also visit the Permanent Exhibition of Toys or the Anti-Theatom cover.
For more information, please visit the Rosice Castle website.