Architectural purity, interconnection of interior and exterior, timeless technical equipment, noble and exotic materials and, above all, a high level of preservation – these are the main attributes that led to Villa Tugendhat being inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2001.

Villa Tugendhat was built in 1929–1930 for Greta and Fritz Tugendhat to a design by the German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Its history is at least as fascinating as its cultural significance. Discover the story of this iconic house!



Open daily except Monday 10 AM–6 PM. The entrance to the interior is possible only with a previously purchased ticket.



Find the ticket that suits you the most. You can find all the information about tickets in the Tours and tickets section.



Černopolní 45
613 00 Brno
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Extended tour

A 90-minute guided tour of Villa Tugendhat, which will introduce the entire building to you including the technical facilities. There is, of course, information about the context of the villa’s creation and its history up to the present day. The ticket also includes access to the garden and exhibition rooms.

Basic tour

A 60-minute guided tour that takes you to the 3rd floor of the villa and the famous main living room. You will also learn about the context of the villa and its history up to the present day. Your ticket also includes access to the garden and exhibition rooms.

The Villa from the Outside

See the interior of the villa from the garden! A 40-minute guided tour that takes you to the terraces of Villa Tugendhat. The tour presents the circumstances of the establishment of the villa colony above the Lužánky park, the history of Villa Tugendhat and its connection with the garden and the surrounding area. Price: 200 CZK/person.

Garden and exposition

During the opening hours, you can visit for free the garden and exhibitions on the technical floor of the villa. The visit is without a guide.
The garden is closed in case of adverse weather conditions (snow, ice, wind).

Virtual Tour

The new virtual tour was created in 2023 and records the current state of Villa Tugendhat after the building restoration process in 2010–2012.You can walk through all three floors of the building, including the garden, and in some parts you can also look into usually inaccessible rooms.

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