Around 912, a water fortress grew on a small rock in the middle of the swamps under the supervision of Princess Miroslava. It is a chateau today and it is called Miroslav.
The cellar vault in the former courtroom and on the lower floor of the chateau is the most precious site which has been preserved in the chateau. Long ago, aristocratic feudal justice passed judgements there. You can also visit the jailer’s apartment furnished in the period style and the adjacent prison and admire a unique collection of old stamped bricks.
However, kids as well as adults who like to play are drawn here by completely different art: the Slav Epic as a large-format puzzle consisting of more than 163,000 pieces. Visitors will be looking at something unique in the world, which is inscribed in the Czech Book of Records as the most numerous collection of puzzle images. In addition to that, you can watch tricks with Lego bricks created by Daniel Sterzik and see permanent exhibitions of architectural models by Professor Zdeněk Fránek and paintings by academic sculptor Pavel Krbálek. If your kids have been misbehaving, take them to the scary hell for children.