Tour guide services are offered throughout the year. Groups are led by highly qualified tour guides who are members of the Association of Tour Guides of the Czech Republic.
April 2011 marked the grand opening of a large maze of underground tunnels, corridors and rooms, known as the “Labyrinth underneath Zelný trh”. Visitors can look forward to mysterious nooks and crannies of medieval cellars.
In 2012 the ossuary underneath the Church of St. James was opened to public, more than 10 years after this unique place was discovered during the survey of the Brno underground in 2001.
The Mint Master’s Cellar (in Czech: Mincmistrovský sklep or Sklepení domu mincmistrů) refers to historical basements discovered during the survey of the Brno underground in 1999.
There are numerous old myths and legends associated with the Old City Hall. One of them tells the story of the author of the Gothic portal, sculptor and architect Anton Pilgram. The legends of the Brno dragon and wheel are most notorious.
Having arrived in Brno, you should first head to the tourist and information centre at Radnická street for all the information you may need about the City of Brno.
TIC Brno provides and offers activities related to tourism in the City of Brno. It operates several information centers; it offers professional tour guide services. It also takes care of landmarks, the Old City Hall and its tower, the Mint Master’s Cellar, the labyrinth underneath the Vegetable Market and the ossuary in the St. James Church. It also organizes one of the most important city-wide events, the Brno Christmas.