Tugendhat VillaCurrently Closed
- Address: Crnopolní 45, 613 00 Brno, Czech Republic
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +420-515511015
- Ticket Price: 350 CZK
- Tags: Family And Kids, Architecture , Heritage Building, Unesco Site
The Villa has a bit of a dramatic history. It was commissioned by Fritz Tugendhat for him and his wife to live in on land that had been gifted to him by his in-laws as a wedding present. When completed, the building was a masterpiece of revolutionary new modernist architecture – one of the first of it’s kind in Europe. Unfortunately, Tudhenhat enjoyed his place for only 8 years before the Munich Agreement dissolved Czechoslovakia in 1938, causing the family to flee the country. They never returned. The Nazis used it during the war… and the Soviets after – a time when it underwent quite a lot of damage and theft. It further came into prominence in when the documents to divide the land into Slovakia and the Czech Republic were signed here. In 1994, the house was opened as a museum and in 2001, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s also played a prominent role in the movies as the villains’ lair in Hannibal Rising.
- Tickets will have to be booked online.
- You may pay less if you want to see less. Excluding technical facilities will cost CZK 300
- Tickets often sell out quickly, it’s advisable to book a month in advance if you plan to visit.
- High heeled shoes not allowed.
- Buses on Lesnicka and Drobneho.
- Restaurante Na Chate
- Ceska Pic S.r.o
- The Cat Cafe
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95% of people who visit Brno include Tugendhat Villa in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
66.77% of people start their Tugendhat Villa visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Tugendhat Villa
94.38% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tugendhat Villa
If you would like to visit this place, you should think about this at least 3 month before you had this intention. Reservation for getting inside is needed! For those who are not that lucky, there is an option to go see the garden for a small fee and take a look from the outside.
Impressive restored villa. Excellent multilingual and knowledgeable tour guide.
A landmark that isn't cared for appropriately, but still a landmark. It takes your breath away. One tip - if you're not going for a private tour and aren't a pro photographer, it's not really worth buying the photo pass, because the time you spend in each of the rooms is limited, and they're not so big as to ensure there won't be people in your shots. Three stars because of the attitude of the caretakers, and because of all the bs you experience before you even enter the house.
Entry to the gardens is only 50 czk since the entry to the actual villa is mostly fully book it definitely pays off
Good place to visit with very much timeless architecture. It's hidden between other houses around and could be tricky to find without signs pointing in the direction. Villa itself is equipped with original almost 100 years all furniture and still looks very modern. Great for design enthusiasts.