Tyl House - Birthplace of Josef Kajetán Tyl
Tylova 507, 284 01 Kutná Hora
Tel.: 327 511 504
April - October
Tuesday - Saturday
10.00 – 16.00
Admission to single exposition:
|Children and students||5,– CZK|
Tyl's birthplace was originally called "The Golden Comb House" and used to stand in former Čáslavská, today's Tylova street. It was built on Gothic foundations in 1823, after a great fire of the town that destroyed large part of the quarter. On the front wall there is a relief of J.K.Tyl installed commemorating that Tyl, writer, dramatist and author of words of the Czech national anthem, was born here on February 4, 1808. Inside the house two permanent expositions are placed:
Josef Kajetán Tyl
Exposition dedicated to this outstanding figure of the National Revival.
The Underground of Kutná Hora and Its Surveillance
Since 2009, a new exposition The Underground of Kutná Hora and Its Surveillance is open. It focuses on the most important and interesting findings of the speleological surveillance in the area of Kutná Hora in the last two decades.
The expositions are supplemented with seasonal exhibitions.