Dear visitors, from March 10th 2020 until further notice the Kunštát Castle is closed. Oficial tourist season opening is suspended too. The cultural and social events with the attendance above 100 persons are forbidden by the decree of the Ministry of Health. There are forbidden all guided tours, cultural and social events to the second half of April 2020. For any question you can contact the management of the Kunštát Castle. Opening to the public or some news will be announced on our website or on the website of the National Heritage Institute www.npu.cz. Thank you for your understanding.
Castle Kunštát - cradle of united Europe
One of the oldest Moravian castle, which was rebuilt to renaissance and baroque chateau. Interiors of the chateau show visitors culture of living of last holders counts Coudenhove-Honrichs and even the oldest chambers of the former gothic castle. The complex of chateau buildings is surrounded by the park from the 17th century and modified and expanded in the 18th century. One part of the chateau park is the unique dog cemetery, found in the late 19th century.
Until 1520 Kunstat was the main residence of lords of Kunstat, where in his youth lived Czech king George of Kunstat and Podebrady, who in 1464 introduced to European rulers a draft treaty of The message of peace, project made in 1462 - 1463.