Podkrušnohorské Technical Museum

A different kind of museum

The Podkrušnohorské Technical Museum is situated in the area of the former Julius III deep mine. It is more an open-air mining museum (skanzen) with many technical relics than a real museum. The museum tries to show the history of mining and coal processing in the central area of the Northern-Bohemian Brown-Coal Basin in the most attractive way. Visitors can also learn more about other production branches typical for the region.

Panoramatic photo – Podkrušnohorské Technical Museum


By car, by public transport system – a tram line from Most to Litvínov (Most, Záluží, Důl Julius IV)

The tourist season

from March 1 to October 31
Tuesday – Sunday: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Monday’s and state holidays: CLOSED

The tours begin every hour on the hour and last for 2 – 2.5 hours depending on the chosen route.
The minimum number of people for a tour is 2 individuals.

Most-Kopisty, former Julius III mine
telephone: +420 724 314 904

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