The Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady is closed to the visitors on Saturday, August 7th, from 10:30 to 12:00 due to the wedding ceremony. Thank you for your understanding!

Cathedral - Sedlec

Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady and Saint John the Baptist


The oldest cathedral of Central Europe (1320),
rebuilt by Jan Blažej Santini in Baroque Gothic style (1709)

Opening hours

Monday - Saturday:
9 AM - 6 PM
Sunday:
11 AM - 6 PM

* The cathedral is closed on Christmas Day, Good Friday and White Saturday.

Price list

Cathedral Adult Child
Student
Senior
Disabled
Individual Admission fee 50 CZK 30 CZK
Parents with children
Group of 8+ persons
40 CZK 25 CZK
Cathedral + Ossuary Adult Child
Student
Senior
Disabled
Individual Admission fee 120 CZK 80 CZK
Parents with children
Group of 8+ persons
115 CZK 75 CZK
3TOP Ossuary, Cathedral
St. Barbara’s Cathedral
Adult Student
Senior
Child
Disabled
Individual Admission fee 220 CZK 155 CZK 130 CZK
Buy tickets online

The tickets in Sedlec are not for sale in the monuments. You can purchase the tickets online or at the Ticket office near by information centre in Zámecká 279. The Ticket office is closing 15 minutes before monuments closing hours!

From 1st January 2020 the photography/filming is not allowed in the monument! More info

Cathedral

Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady and St. John the Baptist

The oldest Cistercian cathedral in Bohemia dates back to the middle of the 12th century, the time of the largest expansion of the Cistercian Order. The first community of monks came from the Waldsassen monastery in Bavaria. In contrast to the then tradition of linking the establishment of the monastery with the colonization of the adjacent territory, the Sedlec monastery was established in a heavily populated area. The founder’s settlement was established in the centre with several smaller churches around whose brickwork is still preserved as part of the baroque convent to the present day.

Experience programs