The most valuable and admired work is undoubtedly the unique mechanical nativity scene by folk carvers Josef Probošt, Josef Kapucián and mechanic Josef Friml. The entire nativity scene including the mechanism was made of wood more than a century ago. On an area of seven times three metres are located more than 2,000 carved figures, of which 400 are mobile. The museum also houses dozens of other nativity scenes from the Czech and Slovak Republics.
Embark on a visit to the Třebechovice Museum of Nativity Scenes, where you can feel the holiday spirit all year round. During an individual tour you will see the Probošt mechanical nativity scene, including its unique wooden mechanism, an exhibition of nativity scenes from various materials and areas of the Czech Republic, as well as a store where you can buy different types of nativity scenes as a souvenir.
The Probošt nativity scene in Třebechovice was declared a national monument in 1999 – the only one of its kind in the Czech Republic.
In 2013, the museum opened a new building with modern facilities.
|all months||Tu - Su||9:00 - 16:00|
|Full entrance fee:||60,00 CZK|
|Family entrance fee:||130,00 CZK Max. 2 adults and 2 children|
|Children:||20,00 CZK children up to the age of 15 years|
|Senior citizens:||40,00 CZK|
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Masarykovo náměstí 1426
Třebechovice pod Orebem, 503 46
Altitude above sea level: 245 m
|Phone:||+420 495 592 053|
|GSM:||+420 602 795 823|