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Ossuary Kutná Hora - Sedlec

The Cemetery Church of All Saints with the Ossuary


This gothic charnel-house was built in the late 14th century. This highly
regarded and important monument is an example of the High Gothic
style of architecture, and includes an upper chapel and an underground Ossuary.

Opening hours

April - September:
10 AM - 6 PM

October - March:
10 AM - 4 PM

* Ossuary is open daily except December 24.

Price list

Ossuary Adult Child
Student
Senior
Disabled
Individual Admission fee 90 CZK 60 CZK
Parents with children
Group of 8+ persons
75 CZK 50 CZK
Ossuary + Cathedral 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

The sight is accesible individually during opening hours WITHOUT BOOKING. In case you prefer paid guide service, you can

book the guide

Ossuary

The Cemetery Church of All Saints with the Ossuary

Today thanks to the media, the world renowned kostnice (ossuary) in Sedlec near Kutná Hora with more than 300,000 visitors is now the most visited sight in Central Bohemia Region. The kostnice (ossuary) is an underground chapel of All Saints Cemetery and originally was a part of the Cistercian abbey in Sedlec, which was founded in 1142 by Miroslav of Markvartic. The church was built in the 14th century as a carnery. It consists of two chapels being built one on top of the other and according to the most recent surveys, this was built alongside other outside buildings that made up the entire abbey, as they tried to draw closer to its Jerusalem inspired design.

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