The Museum showcases the brand’s story in a project designed to invite visitors on an exciting interactive multimedia journey though Škoda Auto’s history, using a 1,800 m² exhibition area in historical production halls to feature vehicles, films, photographs and documents. The presentation is a multimedia interactive mix of cars and stories, offering a variety of options, from cars and other exhibits on display to viewing photos, watching films, reading documents, and much more – flexibility is one of the key features of the new Škoda Museum.
Mladá Boleslav Castle, originally built in the first half of the 14th century, has gone through many development stages. Despite the Renaissance castle and the period of devastation after the Thirty Years War, the army took over the building for 200 years and converted it into a barracks. Between 1940 and 1943, Jews from the wider Boleslav area were interned here.
Today it is the seat of the Museum of Mladá Boleslav and Archive.
The rare flora of Radouč on the outskirts of Mladá Boleslav has been known since the 2nd half of the 19th century. Among the local endangered plants and animals are the endemic Fumana procumbens and the ground squirell. The area has been declared a national nature monument.
Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, is a captivating destination known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture. If you’re in Mladá Boleslav and considering a visit to Prague.