• Zámek Slatiňany, autor: Jaroslav Bušta, nepodléhá Creative Commons

  • Jižní parter zahrady Slatiňany, autor: Jaroslav Bušta

  • Růžový salon, autor: Josef Vostárek, nepodléhá Creative Commons

  • Pohled na jezírko z přístaviště, autor: Jaroslav Bušta, nepodléhá Creative Commons

  • Pracovna knížete, autor: Josef Vostárek, nepodléhá Creative Commons

  • Pohled z balkonu do zahrady, autor: Jaroslav Bušta, nepodléhá Creative Commons

  • Jižní průčelí se sochou koně Thesea, autor: Roman Šulc, nepodléhá Creative Commons

  • Zámecká zahrada Slatiňany, autor: Jaroslav Bušta, licence Creative Commons


Welcome to the official website

Formerly a simple manor of local gentry, it became a favourite summer seat of the powerful Princes of Auersperg for almost 200 years. Come and hear the stories of a family, passionately loyal to the monarchy and the Kaiser, admiring everything English and making their home in the heart of Bohemia.



A wedding can change not only lives of people, it can also change a destiny of a place.

In 1878 Franz Joseph Prince of Auersperg married countess Wilhelmine Kinsky. They chose to reside in the chateau of Slatinany and made the place what it is today. The house became the favourite family home, inhabited from late spring till Christmas. Their children were born and raised here, the family friends visited and during the hunting season many a guest were entertained here. The house became a beloved home and you are invited to feel the atmosphere for yourself.


The chateau and the garden are open in june from tuesday to sunday

from 9am to 4pm

the park is open - please follow the rules

dogs aren't allowed


Instructions for visitors - emergency measures against the COVID-19 pandemic


Recommended trips

  • Cat castle was built by Vilemina princess of Auersperg in the year 1900. The miniature castle, which stands on quartzite rock was intended for playing in for the chateau...

  • The observation tower is a unique building with an atypical triangular truncated pyramidal structure and interesting history.

  • Chrudim has one of the highest quality and largest Town Monument Zones in Eastern Bohemia.