Krumlov MillCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
Built in the 14th century, this is one of ceskykrumlov oldest buildings. Large Gothic and Renaissance makeovers in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. When you visit, ask the people there to tell you the legend of the pearl oyster boy - t's a very charming tale. Today the mill is a hodgepodge of different kinds of attractions.
- A restaurant serving traditional dishes (with a capacity for 100 people)
- A gallery for local artists (Wilhelm Fischer and BohuslavCoufal)
- A vintage car and motorcycle museum (which also has assorted antiques such as clocks and steam engines)
- A bar that looks like the inside of an engine room,
- rooms for rent,
- An antique shop with an incredible collection ( jewelry, coins, pocket watches, pipes, glass and porcelain, as well as wall clocks, paintings, musical instruments and furniture),
- A vehicle rental for scooters and cars,
- The historical water turbine room….
Entrance Ticket Details For Krumlov Mill
- Museum - 50 CZK
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14.6% of people who visit Cesky Krumlov include Krumlov Mill in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
38.3% of people start their Krumlov Mill visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Krumlov Mill
69.57% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Krumlov Mill
Krumlov Mill Reviews & Ratings
Nice little restaurant with great views of town square. Food was OK, prices reasonable. The guys restroom was interesting!
The food is ok. Noting special. Nice ambient. Upmarket price. Service is so so.
Big restaurant, soup is oily a bit. Main dish is normal. Dessert is look great but nothing.
Extremely beautiful and worth going for a short trip
Ideal place if you need a boost of self-loathing. We saw the poor reviews but really wanted to eat at the riverside after having seen how picturesque it looked from the castle heights. We made a mistake. Their prime location allows them to ignore good service and food. Staff are indifferent at best, and maybe that's because they're embarrassed by what they're carrying to the tables. The food isn't disgusting, but mediocre would be a compliment. When you see what you have to pay for such low quality, it may ruin your day in the quaint charm of the old town. You'd be better served by any other restaurant here. Or that half a granola bar that's been rolling around mom's purse for the better part of the week.