The extensive Mikulov Jewish cemetery is one of the most important monuments of this kind in our country. The first burials here after the establishment of the local Jewish community took place sometime around the middle of the 15th century.

The cemetery was created gradually in three stages, now there are around 4,000 tombstones. The most valuable and at the same time the most visited part is the rabbinical hill with the tombstones of Mikulov and Moravian regional rabbis. The oldest preserved tombstone dates from 1605.

Venue

Jewish cemetery

Cemetery Square
692 01 Mikulov

Operator

Association of friends of Jewish culture in Mikulov

Chateau 1
692 15 Mikulov

  • Tel.:+420 519 512 368
  • E-mail:info@zidovskyhrbi…
  • E-mail:info@merlin.cz
  • www.zidovskyhrbit…
  • GPS:48.807145 16.638295Region:South-Moravian region
    Region:Pálava and the Lednice-Valtice area
    City:Mikulov

Opening hours

April
1.4. – 30.4.
Tuesday – Sunday 11:00 – 16:00
May
1.5. – 31.5.
Monday – Sunday 10:00 – 17:00
June – September
1.6. – 30.9.
Monday – Sunday 10:00 – 18:00
October
1.10. – 31.10.
Tuesday – Sunday 11:00 – 16:00
Note: Opening hours of the ceremony hall and the cemetery (last tour half an hour before closing time). Guided tours can be ordered by phone at 519 512 368 or by e-mail: info@merlin.cz.

Admission

Enterence Price:  CZK 30
Reduced price:  20 CZK

Duration

1 hour approx.

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