Visit line A leads through the first floor of Adam's building. It presents especially the representative lifestyle of Czech kingdom's supreme officials - Lords of Hradec, who had very high expectations on the look of their main residence. The second half of the tour shows chambers with younger - baroque and classicistic furnishings, which remember the epoch when the mansion was the residence of two other noble families - earls Slavata and Černín. The tour ends in the music pavilion Rondell.

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  • this tour is available today 9.00–16.30
  • (full admission)
  • duration 50 minutes
  • max. 40 people
  • reservation needed for groups only

The visit line B was newly furnished with many interesting exhibits, archeological finds and equipped with the new lighting lately. The tour represents, in an attractive way, the life style of the supreme chancellors, burgraves and judges of the Bohemian Kingdom, Lords of Hradec. The interiors of the Gothic Palace offer an overview of the architecture of three centuries, during which the palace gradually gained its measurements and look. The valuable and interesting parts of the tour are representative King's Hall, living rooms of Lords of Hradec, extraordinary well preserved Knight Hall with murals from 1338 presenting The Legend of Saint George or panel painting Madonna from Jindřichův Hradec from 1460s. The tour ends in the very well preserved late-gothic black kitchen.

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  • this tour is available today 9.00–16.15
  • (full admission)
  • duration 70 minutes
  • max. 25 people
  • reservation needed for groups only

The visit line C presents interiors furnished in styles classicism, empire and historicism. Bigger part of visit line is furnished with authentic furniture and paintings from hunting castle of the family Černín called Jemčina. The walls of a few chambers are decorated with unusual pictures - portraits of members of pack of hunting dogs painted by Petr Václav Berger in 1730s. The tour ends in the music pavilion Rondell - original manneristic building constructed during the reign of Lords of Hradec and intensively used by earls Slavata and Černín.

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  • this tour is available today 10.00–16.15
  • (full admission)
  • duration 50 minutes
  • max. 35 people
  • reservation needed for groups only

The Black Tower can be visited without guide. Jindřichův Hradec castle is a complex of large and expressive buildings and it isn't possible to say that the Black Tower is its dominant point, but it is certain that the tower contributes to castle's imposing look. Comparing to other observation towers the local Black Tower offers panoramic and beautiful view of the whole town and its wide surroundings. Newly, the visitors of the Black Tower may visit also the Black Kitchen.

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  • this tour is available today 10.00–16.00
  • (full admission)
  • max. 40 people
  • reservation not necessary