Euroregion Elbe/Labe

Jílové Renaissance Castle

Renaissance castle with exhibitions on the noble family of Bünau and on mining in the region

The castle owes its outward appearance primarily to two aristocratic families: beginning in 1527 the Knights of Bünau, and from 1629 to 1945 the Thun-Hohenstein family, which in 1928-30 had the original Renaissance castle converted to serve as its chief residence. The castle was opened to the public in 2005. A tour of the complex provides access to Renaissance-period rooms and cellar vaults as well as the private chambers of the one-time owners. The following exhibitions are also on view "Fluorite on Sněžník (Schneeberg)" on mining in the region, "The Knights of Bünau" on a family that owned the castle for more than a hundred years, and a municipal history exhibition entitled "Commemorative Stones in Jílové".


Mírové náměstí 39
40701 Jílové


Tel: +420 412 557 738



Opening hours

July and August: Friday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm June and September: Saturdays, Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm


Adults 40 Kč, reduced (children, students) 25 Kč Groups od children 15 Kč per person (minimum group size: 10)


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The entrance is on the east side of the castle area.

The nearest bus stop "Jílové, nám." directions_railway directions_bus is only 150 m away.

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