The best museums in Brno in 2022

These are the top 10 best museums in Brno, Czechia, ranked by their rating and popularity in 2022. Click a museum for more information about the museum, including visitor information, exhibitions and reviews.

For a complete overview of museums in Brno, their exhibitions and discount cards & passes, see our overview page with all museums in Brno.

These are the best museums in Brno:

  1. Zoo Brno1

    Zoo Brno

    Brno
    Zoo Brno (The Brno Zoo) is a zoological garden in Brno in the Czech Republic that was founded in 1950. The zoo breeds endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger, giant Hispaniolan Galliwasp, Przewalski's horse, but also local species such as the Czech owl (little owl), the barn owl, the European
  2. Brno Technical Museum2

    Brno Technical Museum

    Brno
    The Brno Technical Museum is a museum on technology in Brno. The museum consists of sixteen permanent displays and a Technical Playroom. The rooms consists of room on: Metal Casting, Technical Playroom, Aircraft Engines, Water Engines, Steam Engines, Iron Metallurgy, A Lane of Crafts, Mechanical Mus
  3. Brno Observatory and Planetarium3

    Brno Observatory and Planetarium

    Brno
    The Brno Observatory and Planetarium focuses on astronomy, as well as geology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and geography. In the Brno Observatory and Planetarium visitors can fly into space, look into the micro world, discover the secret of life, immerse themselves into the realm of fantasy, par
  4. Mendel Museum4

    Mendel Museum

    Brno
    The Mendel Museum of Masaryk University is dedicated to the promotion of Gregor Mendel's legacy, a scientist, Augustinian friar and abbot of St. Thomas' Abbey in Brno. The museum is housed within the precincts of the Augustinian abbey in Old Brno where Mendel lived and worked. Mendel is primarily kn
  5. Museum of Romani Culture5

    Museum of Romani Culture

    Brno
    The Museum of Romani Culture is a museum in Brno that is dedicated to the history and culture of the Romani people, also called Gypsies. The permanent exhibition of the museum covers six rooms, illustrating life, culture, and major events of the Romanis during their migration from India until the pr
  6. Pražák Palace - Moravian Gallery6

    Pražák Palace - Moravian Gallery

    Brno
    The Moravian Gallery in Brno is the second largest art museum in the Czech Republic. The museum comprises five buildings in total of which four are in Brno. This is the Pražák Palace - Moravian Gallery, that was built for the Brno politician Alois Pražák, designed by Theophil von Hansen. The museum
  7. Anthropos Pavilon7

    Anthropos Pavilon

    Brno
    The Anthropos Pavilion is a museum Brno and is part of the Moravské zemské muzeum (Moravian Museum) that is devoted to the oldest history of Europe and mankind. The museum consists of a permanent, three-part exhibition that illustrates the oldest history of human settlement in Moravia and Europe th
  8. Zetor Gallery8

    Zetor Gallery

    Brno
    In the Zetor Gallery in Brno, visitors can learn about the history of Zetor tractors, but also get to know the modern machines produced by the company, from the Zetor 25 to the Crystal or Super model series to the current product line. The museum has around 15 Zetor tractors on display that illustra
  9. Leos Janacek Memorial9

    Leos Janacek Memorial

    Brno
    The Leos Janacek Memorial is located in the garden house next to the Organ School, where the world famous Czech composer, musical theorist, folklorist, publicist and teacher lived in 1910-1928. Visitors can see the original study of Leoš Janáček along with his piano.
  10. Villa Low-Beer10

    Villa Low-Beer

    Brno
    Villa Löw-Beer in Brno was owned by Alfred Löw-Beer, a Jewish industrialist and trader in textiles, from 1913 to 1939. He gave his daughter Greta part of the plot at the end of the 1920s, where she had a house built between 1929 and 1930 with her husband: Villa Tugendhat. The restored Löw-Beer Villa

All museums in Brno