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Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague
The Museum presents in the Kamenice nad Lipou Castle the first part of the permanent display called Wrought Ironworks from the Collections of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague.

The collection of the Museum includes a series of grilles, railings, various types of applied metal fittings, keys dating back from the Roman period to the 19th century, a series of locks, doorknockers and wrought iron chests. This particular collection has been acquired through the donations of various individuals (such as Knight Vojtěch Lanna, Knight Jan Neuberg, Knight Eduard Daubek and Bohumil Bondy). Part of the collection was purchased at various auctions in cities throughout Europe (Paris and Vienna, in particular). However, most of the objects were purchased from private collectors.

The permanent display is placed in the Renaissance hall of the castle.

Kamenice nad Lipou chateau
náměstí Československé armády 1
Kamenice nad Lipou, 394 70 

The town of Kamenice nad Lipou lies in the northwestern region of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, some 20 kilometers north of Jindřichův Hradec, in Pelhřimov District.

Contact)
T)+F) +420 565 432 667
E) zamek.kamenice@upm.cz)

Opening hours)
May – September: daily except Mondays 10 am–5 pm
April and October: Tuesday through Friday 10 am–3 pm,
Saturday, Sunday 10 am–5 pm
November – March: Tuesday through Friday 10 am–3 pm

Permanent exhibitions)
- Matchbox Models
- Flatlets for Dolls
- A collection of 19th and 20th century furniture — it is temporarily closed
- Grilles, Locks, Keys
- Alena Matějková: A Journey
- Museum of the Senses

History)
In 1580–1583, the original 13th-century castle was converted into a Renaissance mansion graced by a courtyard with arcades and a garden. The Baroque entrance tower was built in 1744. The chateau acquired its present Late Neo-classical appearance in the early 19th century. It is surrounded by an English landscape garden featuring a linden tree estimated to be 700–800 years old. The Geymüller family was the Kamenice chateau’s last pre-World War II owner. In 1998, this historical landmark came under the management of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague (UPM). Following extensive restoration work carried out between 1999 and 2004, a collection of furniture was installed in its interiors, which is open to the broad public. UPM also holds long-term exhibitions (toys, wrought ironwork, etc.) in other spaces of the chateau, intended both for children and adults. During the summer months, a café with a terrace offers refreshments and a pleasant ambiance. There is a visitors’ information centre in the chateau and exhibition installations administered by the town’s Municipal Museum in its south wing.
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