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Cheb Museum


Category: Museums region: Up to 10km from Františkovy Lázně  | Město: Cheb


The Cheb Museum is situated in the town square in one of the oldest burgher houses known as as Pachelbel's House where Duke Albrecht von Wallenstein (Czech: Albrecht z Valdštejna) was murdered and where almost 100,000 exhibits and a voluminous study library may be found today. The historical and artistic exposition will familiarize you with the rich history of the town and the district. In addition, you will also find a display dedicated to Albrecht von Wallenstein, a lapidary, an exhibition of Cheb pottery, etc.

The museum regularly organizes various thematic exhibitions in the small exhibition hall.


Opening hours

Period Days Opening Hours
1 Mar – 31 Apr; 1 Oct – 31 Dec  Wed – Sun 09:00 am - 12:00 pm; 12:30 pm – 05:00 pm
1 May – 30 Sep Wed – Sun 09:00 am - 12:00 pm; 12:30 pm – 05:00 pm 

Admission fee

Admission Fee Permanent exhibition Permanent exhibition Exhibition hall
Basic admission fee CZK 70 (EUR 3.50) CZK 40(EUR 2) CZK 40(EUR 2)
Children from 6 to 15 years, students, disabled CZK 35 (EUR 1.50 CZK 20(EUR 1) CZK 20(EUR 1)
Family ticket CZK 170(EUR 8.50)            X          X
Seniors (over 65 years) CZK 50(EUR 2.50)            X          X  

Contact data

Address: nám. Krále Jiřího z Poděbrad 493/4 , Cheb

ZIP: 35011

Phone: +420 354 422 29




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