Vsetín Castle, the city landmark, was built in the 17th century as a Renaissance chateau. Later it was modified in the Neoclassical style. It is located on the top of a hill and from its 60-meter-high  tower, you can enjoy a fantastic view of the city.  
All year round, there are exhibitions about history, fine arts, ethnography, biology and other scientific perspectives of Wallachia, but the main attraction is our large permanent exhibition called "Living Memory of the Region." It shows visitors local history and traditions in an interesting and fun way, using the help of modern technologies.
Our Templar cellar with a special "room for the knights" and the natural science exposition in the tower are very popular among the museum visitors. In the castle tower, you can explore the Bečva river via our Aquarium with live fish or see the famous stuffed bear Míša from Brodská (for more detail, click HERE). The Wallachian Regional Museum also holds a number of traditional events at the Vsetín Castle. The largest event of the year is called the Templar Festival (Templářské slavnosti) and will take place on Saturday, August 14, 2021.
The museum also looks after extensive ethnographic, historical and artistic collections (including applied arts and crafts). The castle also houses a library with scientific literature and regional media, which is open to the public.
The Vsetín Castle premises are also available for rent; you can hold your wedding or another social, musical or corporate event here (for more detail, click HERE).