In connection to the decision by the National Security Council regarding the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the underground will be closed until further notice.
Refunds for purchased tickets can be arranged by contacting – Zuzana Schmidtova firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your understanding.
Not many cities in the Czech Republic can pride themselves for offering their tourists a phenomenon that is a network of underground tunnels, corridors, shafts, crypts and cellars. The City of Brno’s project consisting in making its underground accessible to the general public was divided into several stages. Having ended on 26 November 2010, the first stage consisted in the opening of the Mint Master’s Cellar at Dominikánské náměstí (square). As the second stage, the labyrinth of corridors underneath Zelný trh (Vegetable Market) was opened to public. Regarded as an accomplishment of Central European significance, the third stage in June 2012 was represented by one of the most interesting finds in recent years – the discovery of skeletal remains of 50,000 people in an ossuary underneath St James Church.