As well as having plenty of midweek experiences to enjoy, Traverse 22 attendees also get free entry to some of the sights of Brno! How good is that?

All you have to do is to make sure you have your Traverse 22 wristband to get free entry (also mention you're attending Traverse 22 whilst showing your wristband).

*See details of where to register and collect your Traverse 22 wristband.

Below are the details of the sights you can enjoy with your Traverse wristband.


Old Town Hall Tower

A significant historical building in the centre of Brno.

The Old Town Hall is used mostly for culture purposes these days with a gallery, information and an exhibition about its history. 

You may also stumble across one of Brno's legends, a crocodile (also known as the Brno dragon).

Location: Old Town Hall Tower, Radnická 8, 602 00 Brno-střed (View on Map) 

Read more about the Old Town Hall Tower

Ossuary at St James Church

Mysterious. Calm. Spiritual. Memento mori. Come and experience the 2nd largest ossuary in Europe.

Location: Ossuary at the Church of St James (next to the entrance to Church of St James) (View on Map)

Read more about the Ossuary at St James Church

10-Z bunker - Self Guided

Originally an air-raid shelter built during World War II, from 1946 the 10-Z bunker was known as Löwy & Šmíd, a wholesale wine store until it was shut down by the Communist government.

The shelter was completed in 1959 and was intended to protect up to 500 people important for controlling the city and region for three days. Join the tour and learn the full history of the bunker and all its secrets hidden in its labyrinth’s narrow underground corridors.

Location: Bunker 10-Z (View on Map)

VIDA! Science Centre

Try the coolest experiments at VIDA science centre. Play with lightening, flames, levitating super magnet.

Try to freeze your own shadow, ride bike on a rope or become a fighter pilot too. There’s plenty to keep you entertained at the Vida centre.

Location: Vida centre (View on Map)

Read more about VIDA Science Centre


Also there are four galleries which attendees can visit free of charge:

3 buildings of Moravian Gallery

Moravian Gallery in Brno (Moravská galerie v Brně) offers their permanent exhibitions free of charge for all the visitors, so you are more than welcome to explore them on your own.

You can choose from three different buildings and exhibitions or visit them all.


The Governors Palace (Místodržitelský palác) – Brno suburbs of Vienna

This exhibition explains the art relationship of Brno and capital of Austria. You can get lost in mirror labyrinth, see real painting by Peter Paul Rubens or play interactive game suitable for kids and adults.

Location: Moravské náměstí 1 (View on Map)
TIP: The courtyard has a great café called Morgal

The Museum of Applied Arts (Uměleckoprůmyslové museum) – ART DESIGN FASHION

The biggest showcase of Czech designers under one roof. If you are fan of art, design and fashion do not miss this exhibition!

Location: Husova 536 (View on Map)
TIP: Inside you can find café Robot where your coffee will be prepared by robot and you can ask him for selfieccino

The Pražák Palace (Pražákův palác) – ART IS HERE: Modern art

Showcase of art from a year 1945 until today.

Location: Husova 535 (View on Map)
Galerie TIC

Galerie TIC

Galerie TIC is a mixture of three galleries: GALERIE MLADÝCH, GALERIE U DOBRÉHO PASTÝŘE and GALERIE KONTEXT.

You can all find them on Radnická 4 (View on Map).

For information about their current exhibitions please visit their website:


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