"Estate Forest Office"
"The Silver Chamber"
the Old Refectory and to the Hare Hall. Its name comes from several
chests with silverware that was stored here. The silver was laid on
the table, cleaned and looked after by the so-called "Silver man",
who also slept in this room.
"The Hare Room"
decorated with themes from "the reversed world", unique within
Europe. The scenes show the world of hares, who take command of the
world after humans: Attack of Hare Cavalry Against Human Infantry, Battle
of Hares and Dogs, Celebration of Hare Victory, Hunting Humans and Banquet
of the Hare Royal Couple.
"The Venus Hall"
"The Emperor's Room"
the most luxurious of all the rooms of Bučovice chateau. Its name comes
from the busts of four roman emperors. The vault lunettes are fully
decorated with plastic stucco, which is ascribed to Hans Mont, court
sculptor of the Rudolphine period. The themes of all the ceiling paintings
come from Homer's Odyssey.
"The Entrance Room"
very modestly furnished and decorated to emphasize the entrance to the
luxurious Emperor's Room.
"The Bird Hall",
also called "The Black Hall", induces the atmosphere of a
light pergola and the birds painted in the vault panels gave the hall
its name. The sculptures of Zeus Flying on an Eagle and Zeus with Leda
are also ascribed to Hans Mont. The mannerist paintings take their themes
from ancient mythology again - the Muses and Mercury the god.
"The Hall of the Senses"
called after the vault paintings of five human senses personified by
woman figures and animals. The paintings were inspired by Raffael Saddler's
The Baroque chapel
von Liechtenstein, born von Boskovice, initiated the building of the
baroque chapel. The chapel was finished in 1637 and is sacred to The
Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Bernardo Bianki is the author of the
lavish stucco decorations.
The plan of rooms
Some chateau areas (rooms, the garden, etc.) is available for a rent (feasts, contracts, presentations, garden parties, weddings,etc). Please contact us for more informations.