Best Things To Do in Kutna Hora, Czech Republic

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The things to do and places to visit in Kutna Hora are few but they are a must see on your Czech vacation nonetheless. The most famous tourist attraction is the ‘Chapel of Bones’ Sedlec Ossuary which is located in the Sedlec region. The chapel boasts of interiors made up of over 40,000 human skeletons! Other popular tourist attractions in Kutna Hora are the beautiful St. Barbara’s Church, the UNESCO Heritage site of the historic centre of Kutna Hora, the fascinating Czech Museum of Silver and the mesmerizing Italian Court (Vlassky Dvur). While visiting the town, do check out the intricate Gothic Stone Fountain as well.

Below we have a list of things to do in Kutna Hora and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.

This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Kutna Hora getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.

Make the most of your trip to Kutna Hora with confidence.

Tourist Attractions in Kutna Hora

Here is the list of things to do in Kutna Hora and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Sedlec Ossuary

    4.6 (213 Votes)
    Sedlec Ossuary

    Church, Religious Site

    The most famous tourist attraction in Kutna Hora, Sedlec Ossuary is one of a kind. Also known as the Church of Bones, the Sedlec Ossuary is a small chapel having its interiors decorated with over 40,000 human skeletons! Artistically decorated, the chapel even has a huge chandelier entirely made of skulls and bones. Wondering how this trend started? In the year 1278, when the King of Bohemia sen...Read more
  2. St. Barbara's Church

    Church, Religious Site

    A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the St. Barbara’s Church is a marvellous sight to behold. Architecturally stunning, the church is a Roman Catholic one and its construction was completed in the year 1905. Having a combination of Gothic style and Baroque style architecture, the interiors of the church are beautiful as well, specifically the stained glass. During the evenings, the exterior of ...Read more
  3. Historic Centre Of Kutna Hora


    Surrounded by tourist attractions and architecturally marvellous buildings, it is hard to skip the Historic Centre of Kutna Hora on your visit. You might not even realize that you are at the town centre until someone points it out to you! If you are a photography buff or admire architecture, this place will feel like a personal piece of heaven to you. A UNESCO Heritage Site, the centre is also ...Read more
  4. Ceske Muzeum Stribra - Hradek


    Explored via guided tours, the Czech Museum of Silver is made up of three prominent buildings- the Hradek Museum and Mine, the Stone House (Kamenny Dum) and the Tyl House. While the Hradek Museum and Mine focuses on the production of silver, the Stone House has on display models and artefacts that depict life as it was for miners back in the 17th century. The Tyl House used to belong to Josef K...Read more
  5. Italian Court

    4.5 (167 Votes)
    Italian Court


    A cultural monument, the Italian Court, Czech name Vlassky Dvur, is a lovely palace in Kutna Hora. Having an interesting history, this is from where the silver coins used to be produced in the Middle Ages. Back in the 15th century, King Wenceslas IV made the Italian Court his residence for a while. Now-a-days, the building doubles up as the City Hall and also houses a museum portraying the hist...Read more
  6. Gothic Stone Fountain

    4.4 (203 Votes)
    Gothic Stone Fountain


    An engineering relic, the beautiful Stone Fountain at Rejsek Square is a good example of late Gothic architecture. Built by Master Brikcí in the year 1493, the twelve-sided fountain used to be the source of water supply for the entire town back when it was facing serious water cut offs. Striking during the day, this gothic stone fountain looks sublime after dark as it is lit up...Read more
  7. Church Of The Assumption Of Our Lady And Saint John The Baptist

    Church, Religious Site

    The Church of the Assumption of Our Lady and Saint John the Baptist is a prominent landmark in Kutra Hora. A Gothic and Baroque Gothic church, this place of worship dates back to the 12th century and was listed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1995. While on your tour of Kutra Hora, do pay this beautiful historical church a visit.
  8. Kostel Sv. Jakuba

    4.7 (77 Votes)
    Kostel Sv. Jakuba

    Church, Religious Site

    A landmark and a prominent feature on Kutna Hora’s skyline, the Church of Saint James is a lovely gothic church which was constructed between 1330 and 1420. Having an 86 metre tall tower, this is one of the oldest churches in the town. Within the church you will find intriguing and interesting gothic, baroque and renaissance artefacts. Trivia: due to the tall tower, the church is sometime...Read more
  9. Muzeum Alchymie V Kutne Hore Image


    Opened in the year 2002 by alchemist Michal Pober, the Alchemy Museum is a unique and offbeat attraction to visit in Kutna Hora. The world's first museum dedicated to alchemy, this one will take you on a journey through the enchanting world of alchemy and where you will learn to distinguish between the facts and fictions of this surreal world. Located in the basement of the Sankturinovsky House...Read more
  10. Morovy Sloup

    4.4 (181 Votes)
    Morovy Sloup


    Built between 1713 and 1715, the Plague Column of the Virgin Mary Immaculate is a protected historical landmark in Kutna Hora. A Marian column, these columns are generally built as a thanksgiving for ending a plague. Such columns usually feature the Virgin Mary on the top. This over 16 metre tall column was built after the last plague hit the town in the year 1713. Trivia: The chronogram at the...Read more
  11. Kacina

    4.5 (86 Votes)
    Located around 4 kilometres from Kutna Hora, the Zamek Kacina is a lavish castle. The Chotek family used to own it, now however, the castle houses a museum that showcases the typical life of a Bohemian and Moravian countryside. There is also another exhibition within the castle premises which showcases the life of the Chotek family as it was back then. Around the Zamek Kacina castle is a l...Read more
  12. Gask

    4.6 (124 Votes)

    Art Gallery

    The Galerie Stredoceskeho kraje, popularly known as GASK, is an art gallery in Kutna Hora. If you love art or are an admirer of all things fine, you should visit GASK. The gallery hosts temporary exhibits all year long. Please check the official website and see if any artist/ exhibition interests you and plan your visit accordingly. Most of the times, the art work is on sale, so you can pick up...Read more
  13. Morske Akvarium Pepinuv Utes


    Morske Akvarium Pepinuv Utes is one of the most famous places to opt for if you are looking to buy a small aquarium. You will get a detailed idea with a practical demonstration about the exact breeding process of various aquatic animals. You will be stunned with the collections of an aquarium and marine species at Morske Akvarium Pepinuv Utes. There are various types of chemicals and additives ...Read more
  14. Kank


    Unesco Site

    Situated in the Central Bohemian Region of Bohemia, Kank, Kutna Hora is a historic town which entices the visitors with its charming locales. Classified as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, this town boasts of a superb architecture that wows every tourist visiting this place. Numerous churches spread across this town attract globetrotters of all ages while the astounding sceneries make this town ...Read more
  15. Kutna Hora Mesto

    3.7 (139 Votes)
    Nádražní, 284 01 Kutná Hora, Czech Republic